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Bozeman lawyer Art Wittich named majority leader over Kalispell's Bruce Tutvedt
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By TallTree on 11-14-12 @ 11:22 pm
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With all the Republican legislators from the Valley and we don’t have any in leadership
positions?  And Tutvedt, the one we had in the last session, got the boot?  What’s up with that?
By inthemiddle on 11-15-12 @ 11:22 am
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It shows how far to the right the republican party has gone when Bruce Tutvedt is removed for
being too moderate. They passed looneyville and are almost to #$@&%$ nuts.
By Yodah on 11-17-12 @ 8:45 am
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The bats are coming home to roost…don’t stand under them…...
By reggie on 11-17-12 @ 10:59 am
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Montana is often behind the curve on political trends. This republican move further to the
extreme right is just another example of our state laging behind the majority of the nation in
understanding how to fix our economy.
By Web Master on 11-19-12 @ 10:36 am
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By peephole on 11-20-12 @ 5:15 pm
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I just don’t get it, the voter clearly indicated they saw a moderate message across the
country and the bat-crap crazy right tries to pull this.
By carbuncle on 11-21-12 @ 12:05 pm
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I personally know a gentleman that was in leadership and I can tell you I have been a
strong republican woman and I believe the party is going away from me. Where does
this leave a voter like myself.
By Mark W. on 11-21-12 @ 5:50 pm
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It leaves a voter like yourself in the same place conservative voters have been for the last 40 years: 
wallowing in angst.

You’ve been reverse Borked.  There may yet be hope.
By peephole on 11-21-12 @ 6:12 pm
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inthemiddle
you are correct, where do they come from
 
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