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Amerigo Vespucci Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Wed Apr-01-09 03:14 PM
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Angie "Law & Order" Harmon: Republicans "Don't Point Fingers" And "Have Class"
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Angie Harmon: Republicans "Don't Point Fingers" And "Have Class"



http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2009/04/01/angie-harmon-r...

Angie Harmon gave a lengthy interview to Foxnews.com, and today part two is online, including Harmon's thoughts on the Republican party.

The interview started with Harmon defending Bristol Palin, and became the larger reasons Harmon loves the Republican Party:

"I think one of the greatest things about the Republican Party is the understanding, we don't point fingers and we have class...

Not all of us are supposed to believe the same things and think the same way," she added. "I think the difference between the parties is, with the Democrats you can sit down with them and have a 15 minute conversation and if you're not believing everything they say and buying into what they're selling you, it is like you're some dumb hick who doesn't deserve to live here anymore. But with the Republicans, it is like okay I want to know what you know, you want to know what I know, okay great lets go have a beer after work, we're still friends.
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