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1st meeting of Senate Tea Caucus can’t shake eccentricity. Tea? Try: over-caffeinated Utah Sen. joins the “Costume” Party.
(Photo: Win McNamee. Caption: U.S. Sen. Mike Lee (R-UT) (R) greets a supporter during the first meeting of the U.S. Senate Tea Party Caucus January 27, 2011 on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC. The senators in the caucus gathered with supporters to discuss spending proposals, options for balancing the budget, bringing an end to the U.S. budget deficit, and limiting the size and scope of the federal government.)