Republican overreach is in the air. You can see it, smell it, taste it everywhere, as you have in years past. And the only surprise is that is that it happened so quickly this time around.
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The governor of Wisconsin apparently forgot that the Reagan Revolution wouldn't have happened without Reagan Democrats -- voters who defected from the Democrats and nearly split the union vote against Carter.
When your organization's tax pledge is THE litmus test for Republicans running for office on the national level, you wield more power in your party than anyone in Congress.
Detroit firefighters have been up against a rash of fires in abandoned houses, continuing budget cuts, and now a Fox-addled public that's chomping at the bit to gut their pensions and health care.
Prolonged and systematic attacks on any group in an effort to take away their rights, voice, and respect in society are a hallmark of the bullying style in American politics.
Instead of screaming about the advances public employees have made to preserve health care, job security and economic justice, angry voters should be asking who has been keeping them from obtaining the same.
Wisconsin's teacher union has gotten a hard slap upside the head, and it has responded. Other teacher groups ought to take notice. The days of trade union dealing are over; teachers have to bargain for more than pay and privileges.
Republican congresspeople are keeping their taxpayer subsidized health insurance while voting to deny it to other Americans. Because, you know, government health care is great for Republican politicians, but too lavish for the Rest of Us.
Whatever gains the GOP makes in year-by-year elections, it still seems as if they're losing the long game as far as demographics are concerned.
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The bigger concern to those of you who fear a Palin presidency should be who would actually end up serving out most of her term, and the fact that the copilot she selects could do more to position her than anything else.
Now that an entire week or so has passed, it becomes clear that this election was all about jobs and the triumph of shortsighted thinking over facing up to the long-range problems that threaten our future.
Rasmussen 9/27/10; 500 likely voters, 4.5% margin of error Mode: Automated phone (Rasmussen release) Ohio 2010 Governor 50% Kasich (R), 42% Strickla...
On Tuesday, former President Clinton brought his substance and style to about 2,000 enthusiastic Ted Strickland supporters in Columbus. His appearance...