Values voters see common cause, if not agenda, with tea party

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WASHINGTON (RNS) With its emphasis on lower taxes and smaller government, the “tea party” movement hasn’t spent a lot of time on the social issues that animate social conservatives — abortion, gay marriage or stem cell research. But that doesn’t worry Leigh-Ann Bellew, the New Jersey leader of a conservative mother’s group, who sees “faith-based” […]

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