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Unknown to liberals and completely secret from the national news media, DOZENS of Congressmen and ladies from far away places -- distant from the U.S. Capitol-- make speeches from a lone microphone broadcast on a tiny small circulation cable show called "C span".

This cabal of conservative members of Congress say what they mean and mean what they say and totally and completely confuse the daily life of liberals and society elites in Washington-- some of whom have publicly called for killing them all "for the sake of our nation".

The liberal, and completely crazed National Journal, reports:

(quote)The Senate Republicans whose arguments helped drag Obamacare into the funding debate are well-known. Sens. Ted Cruz of Texas and Mike Lee of Utah have gained much attention.

But what about their counterparts in the House?

A small group of conservative House members has had broad influence over the fiscal debate, helping to steer the actions of Speaker John Boehner and the Republican conference. And yet few of them have stepped into the national spotlight.

"They meet secretly, they plot and they plan," said Rep. Devin Nunes, R-Calif.

One of the most visible is Rep. Tom Graves of Georgia, who got dozens of fellow Republicans to support his effort to defund Obamacare and who, along with Cruz and Lee, has been instrumental in the push to use the funding fight to weaken the Affordable Care Act.

Others include regular mavericks like Reps. Justin Amash of Michigan, Louie Gohmert of Texas, Tim Huelskamp of Kansas, and Steve King of Iowa. There are also Reps. Paul Broun of Georgia, Thomas Massie of Kentucky, Steve Stockman of Texas, and Ted Yoho of Florida. (unquote).

Wait is that Steve Stockman who has been on DRUDGE REPORT seven times this year along?

National Journal probably does not read that website either.

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