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08/11/2011

Photo: If grass could vote, the 'Values Bus' might be accomplishing something

by Jeremy Hooper

The Globe Gazette puts the crowd figure for the so-called Values Bus' Mason City, IA, appearance at "a handful." Judging by the one crowd shot I've seen, it'd seem that even that tally might be generous:

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[SOURCE: KIMT]

Forget preaching to the choir: This particular tour of social conservatives seems to be sermonizing to the empty pews!

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