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Friday, June 11, 2010

 7:00 PM 

Tate: You ain't seen nothin' yet

Party Chairman Mike Tate promised to keep up the pressure on Republicans heading into this fall's election.

Tate said the party under him has had an “aggressive communications strategy” and told those who've criticized his frequent strong critiques of GOP candidates and politicians “you ain't seen nothin yet.”

He punctuated that statement with a stinging critique of U.S. Rep. Paul Ryan, whom he said called Democrats un-American in a recent speech.

Tate pointed to Ryan's wealthy upbringing and accused Ryan of wanting to pull up the ladder of success to keep success for the “privileged few.”

He said the policies Ryan supports would lead to teachers, firefighters and crossing guards being laid off and said there's “nothing American” about that.

Ryan called it frustrating that Democrats are called un-American for supporting health care for all, backing the president's efforts to save the country from “another Great Depression.”

And while Tate said the Dem party may not defeat Ryan this election cycle, he pledged that that would happen by the time his tenure is up.

-- By David Wise

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