Oh, and it doesn't work well with Explorer. Ironically, it show up well in Firefox.
Since it's set up to not be able to link, I can't source anthing to specific pages, other than to try and tell you what pages they're on.
So, to the About Orrin Page:
His Campaign [in 1976] was based on the guiding principles of limited government, tax restraint, and integrity in public service.
As opposed to Election 2006, when he has shown his guiding principles are more intrusive government, taxing the unborn, and not knowing the meaning of integrity.
As Utah's Senator, Orrin Hatch has continually fought an expanding federal bureaucracy and has been at the forefront of the battle against burdensome and costly federal regulations.
Yay! More streamlined screwing of the American People!
He has been recognized by the National Taxpayers' Union for his fiscal responsibility...
Orrin Hatch and fiscal responsibility go together like Karl Rove and Howard Dean.
As the most senior Republican member of the Senate Judiciary Committee, Senator Hatch is a leader in the fight for tougher anti-crime laws,
Unless you're a fellow recording artist.
civil justice reform to unclog the courts,
Because gross negligence is a good thing.
and legislation to protect private property rights.
By giving private companies blow up your private property at will.