Where Does Nathan Vaughn Stand?
Asking where former State Rep. Nathan Vaughn stands on the President's policies is a fair question
Notice that Bredesen isn't even mentioning the name of the Democratic Party's nominal national leader, Barack Hussein Obama, and I suspect Vaughn-who is on record as supporting the idea that no restrictions on anchor babies (the children of illegal aliens) should be added to the federal Constitution-wants no public part of the Obama disaster either. This isn't because Vaughn doesn't support B. Hussein Obama, we can be sure that he does, but because Obama's very name is becoming political poison for Democrats, so much so that those who come out and say "I do not stand with the President" are being rewarded politically.
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