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So this isn’t as big of a deal as the Scott Brown miracle, but how gratifying to hear Haley’s speech (h/t The Corner):

Nikki Haley gave a quick victory speech tonight. She called her primary win “a story of determination,” and, notably, “about a movement,” about the “idea of government being open and accountable to the people.” Some “barriers were broken,” she said, and there is “some truth to that,” but her campaign, she concluded, wasn’t about breaking barriers, but about “clear, conservative ideas.” She thanked Mitt Romney first, the “first national figure to come into this state,” and then Sarah Palin, who “showed the entire country what it means to use the power of your voice… who gave us that boost when we needed it.”


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