Now that the 2012 election is behind us, the first big question is whether or not the Republicans, having lost the White House and the Senate, will follow tradition.
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Who do you need in a time of crisis? Definitely John McCain.
As the community grieves and seeks to blame whomever we felt did not support us enough, data interpretations may make it all too easy to generalize and stereotype on the road to blame.
There are worse things than being serious. Being robbed of a country that that we can be proud of is one. We are voting for Obama to restore hope and national pride, without which laughter makes no sense.
The editors of the New Yorker should really get to know the "other" a bit better and hang out less with people like themselves -- and more with the unwashed mob they scorn.
If Obama becomes President both Jackson and Dobson (and many like them) will be out of luck -- post-racial and post-culture wars, America will have little patience with the professional dividers.
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