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Washington could not look more inept, incompetent and outdated than it has over the past year.

Americans have seen many government failures firsthand: the disastrous Obamacare rollout, the president underestimating the ISIS threat, unforgiveable failures at the Department of Veterans Affairs, and even the Secret Services's recent security lapses at the White House.

There's even more bad news: this incompetent government is more than $17,000,000,000,000 in debt.

This top-down government — controlled by Washington — is failing miserably. Republicans believe in a more organic approach, a bottom-up style of government. This approach begins with the people and solves problems.

The Obama administration has proven incapable of delivering any of the "change" that it promised. Harry Reid is far more interested in clinging to power than actually solving problems. The Democratic machine controlling Washington is out of control and asleep at the wheel. Take a look at a few examples:

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Tim Cameron | October 01, 2014 |


In 2008, Al Franken told Minnesotans what he'd do in the Senate.

In 2014, it's clear that he's let them down in at least five different ways:

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Tim Cameron | October 01, 2014 |


A new ccAdvertising poll has good news for Terri Lynn land.

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Tim Cameron | September 30, 2014 |


From the first of September through Election Day, Democratic Senate candidates and their allies are poised to outspend Republicans in battleground races across the map.

This spending advantage includes Michigan ($5+ million), Colorado ($4 million), North Carolina ($4.5 million), Virginia ($3.5 million), Minnesota ($2 million), New Hampshire ($1.7 million), and Iowa ($1.6 million). Despite that spending disparity, and the barrage of some of the nastiest negative ads in recent memory, our candidates continue to fight back. They are in a position to win each of these races — especially if the spending gap shrinks.

Meanwhile, NRSC released new ads in three key battleground races today. Check 'em out:

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Tim Cameron | September 30, 2014 |
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