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Quote of the Week: Richard Viguerie, “Conservatives Betrayed”

Richard A ViguerieIf conservative organizations emulate the Left in seeking and receiving taxpayers’ money, they will become like the Left in other ways too. They will orient themselves towards serving the interests and values of the politicians and bureaucrats, not the values and interests of conservatives.

▪ Richard A. Viguerie, Conservatives Betrayed – How George W. Bush and Other Big Government Republicans Hijacked the Conservative Cause (Bonus Books, 2006) extract from page 159.

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