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Tim Pawlenty: Leaders Must "Tell the Truth"

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Former Minnesota Governor Tim Pawlenty announced his candidacy for president on May 23, 2011. Watch excerpts from Pawlenty's June 3, 2011 speech to the Faith and Freedom Coalition in Washington, DC, where he outlines conservative policy positions he says are based on his determination to "tell the truth."

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