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GOP: Remember what we said about the special election in New York's 20th Congressional District being a referendum on President Obama?
Lance Mannion on Saturday, April 25, 2009 in Smoke-filled rooms | Permalink
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All you have to do these days is listen to what GOP leaders and spokespeople are saying, and you can rest assured that the party is going the way of the Whigs.
Michael Steele's comment in that NY Times link:
"We must become competetive in districts like Mr. Tedisco's if we are to regain our Congressional majority."
This is the equivalent of a press release from the new CEO of General Motors claiming, "We have a new line of cars coming out this year. American car buyers will fall in love with them as soon as they see them. They will begin snatching them up in droves and GM will soon be reestablished as the world's number one automaker."
Sunny Jim |
Sunday, April 26, 2009 at 07:29 AM
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