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Senate candidate Christine O'Donnell who -- an endorsement from pail onto an upset.
Win in Tuesday's primary today made her face first big pitch to an audience of nationwide conservatives.
Correspondent James Rosen shows us how she was received.
Republican Christine O'Donnell was -- -- ball at this year's values voters summit in Washington.
We're that Delaware senate candidate in Tea Party favorite soaked up.
-- -- The establishment fervor that has vaulted her to the national stage.
They're trying to say restatement trying to take over this party here that campaign.
They don't get it we're not trying to take back our country we -- are our country.
Some of our establishment friends are not real happy with me or -- so I think we're in.
-- -- -- -- -- Senator Jim dement -- -- his party leaders are promoting Tea Party candidates over some GOP stalwarts.
It was just one of numerous politicians on hand widely believed to be going higher offices -- behind us.
They come to hawking books rally the faithful and do some testing of both the political waters and their latest punch line.
Yes we have serious enemies and going threats around the world unfortunately we have an administration whose idea of a rogue state.
Is Arizona Rama Manuel should have sent a dead fish.
-- she is secretary Salazar that might have prevented a whole bunch of dead fish in the Gulf Coast they have.
When Harry met Sharon playing in Nevada.
Would you like to Alter your Conrad.
We do lights up PodZinger the president seeing.
And exhibit hall here is similar to what you might see the trade show the 2000 people in attendance paid for differently priced packages to gain admission.
Organizers say the receipts -- about enough to help them break even but they also say that money is never the prime motivating factor at a summit that brings together.
They're coming here with like minded people from nearly every state in the nation saying yes these issues -- -- we've got to get -- -- we're getting abuses of whole life and marriage and family and then spending and national defense all those things have to be.
In the proper alignment for the country -- work.
Perkins -- the Tea Party movement as a quote natural -- even if its members don't march in lockstep with his the Tea Party years he says or evidence of the civic awakening.
That he hopes will spark a moral won't.
In Washington James Rosen --
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