Good press for Tom Price

Well done, Brendan.

When the Democrats abruptly adjourned the U.S. House of Representatives for the month of August, Rep. Tom Price of Roswell made a split-second decision that has been reverberating around the country ever since.

Although he holds no senior leadership post, Price had helped organize more than 100 fellow Republicans for five-minute speeches at the end of the last legislative day July 29. But at 11:23 a.m., the gavel came down, the lights dimmed, the C-SPAN cameras shut down and the mics went off.

By the way, we should also point out that Lynn Westmoreland played a role too. It’s good to see Georgians in the lead.

4 comments

  1. drjay says:

    was he part of the group w/ gingrey and blackburn that were using c-span, a couple of years back, the way gingrich did back in the 80’s, making speeches in the evening ??

  2. AtlConservative says:

    FYI – The Buckhead Young Republicans are hosting Congressman Tom Price tomorrow, August 12 for their monthly meeting. The meeting will be at Brio in Buckhead. Hope to see everyone out!

  3. Three Jack says:

    the georgia delegation is setting an honorable example on many issues by going against the excessive spending/regulation status quo.

    when will they join with their fellow renegades to become a gang which seems to be the popular course of action these days in dc?

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