The AP doesn’t mention Rep. Mike Pence, chairman of the Republican Study Committee, in its House elections tea-leaf-reading. But if House Republicans really want fresh, bold, principled leadership — which Blunt and Boehner are not — they should look no further than Pence. Though some members are sore that Pence was vocal about spending this year (the “grandstanding” charge just doesn’t wash for this humble man from what his staff says privately), he stands for conservatism in all the important fights.
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