Word has been building about Mike Pence for some time now, and for good reason. While keeping himself in the background during the post-DeLay power jockeying, Pence has quietly been raising his national profile. On Wednesday he delivered an address to the Leadership Institute just outside Washington, and after several days of reflection it seems safe to say that the politicking conservative will find Pence's prescription for changing the tide in Congress at once bracingly potent and refreshingly delicious.
At the center of his speech was a quote from Dick Armey -- "We do what we ought not to do, in order to get elected to do what we ought to do but never get around to doing." Pence wants a reckoning, and isn't afraid to lay out his reasoning. I consider more of his zingers here.
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