Here are two paragraphs extracted from from a New York Times article on possible Republic Presidential nominee Michelle Bachmann.
Sketching her prescriptions for the economy, Mrs. Bachmann often tells voters that she was one of only a few House Republicans to oppose the debt ceiling agreement this summer. And she draws applause by promising to close the “job-killing” Environmental Protection Agency.
But on Saturday she ventured into less familiar territory, pointing to the example of Ireland: “There are over 600 American companies that have gone to Ireland because of the tax rate,” she said. “Over 100,000 jobs. I want those 100,000 jobs back in the United States.”
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