Rep. Catchy McMorris Rodgers (R-Wash.) gave a brief speech at the Republican National Convention on Tuesday evening, announcing that she would serve as master of ceremonies for the night's events.
McMorris Rodgers gave a short preview, saying that she would be tasked with introducing a number of speakers who would be focusing on "three simple words: 'We built it.'" The popular refrain triggered a chant from the convention-goers, some of whom held up signs bearing the same message.
The congresswoman then continued, recalling her work at the Peachcrest Fruit Basket Orchard and Fruit Stand, a small, family-owned business. She said her experience there taught her that "less taxes and regulation" were key to promoting economic success in the United States.
"Unlike President Obama, I know that small businesses are the true engine of our economy, not the government," McMorris Rodgers said.
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