They came via a party. But this crowd doesn't care for the Washington dance.
Their majority in the House of Representatives secured, Republican leaders are now turning to the tricky task of corralling a class of brash Washington newcomers for whom Capitol Hill's traditions and niceties mean little.
Of a House Republican freshman class that will boast at least 84 members, roughly half consider themselves tea partiers. Tea party Senate candidates fared less well, but new senators from states...Full Story