The Republican party came into politics in 2010 with the philosophy of ALEC (the American Legislative Exchange Council), a corporate funded machine that preached that state governments can be used to consolidate conservative power. All Republican governors relied on money from national conservatives and corporate interests. They still do in 2014.
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