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Best take on Political party leadership elections
Posted by: McQ on Friday, November 17, 2006

It comes from Ben at RedState:
The Democrats have their best political cycle in 12 years, and conclude that the way to start off is electing a Speaker and Majority Leader who don't just hate each other, they won't even return phone calls.

The Republicans have their worst political cycle in 12 years, and conclude that everything's fine, there's no problem, and they should just stay the course.
Heh ... I can't add a thing to that.
 
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This is the good outcome that Jon was hoping for. The Dems can’t get themselves together to put forward a big government agenda and the republicans can’t bring themselves to kick out their old incompetent and corrupt leadership so no one will vote for them again.

Divided government may work!
 
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James Taranto said it best today: Some argued that the GOP would have been better off dumping the Boehner-Blunt "old guard" in favor of the "reformists" Pence and Shadegg. But hey, who better to lead the GOP minority than the men who helped create it?

 
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I agree with whoever it was the other day that said the leadership elections on both sides in both Houses of Congress was evidence that we’re in for a "two-year dumboff."
 
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Don’t forget about the minority whipper, er, Trent Lott. Macaca indeed!
 
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Given historical trends, I’m not sure one can argue that this last election was a demand for change, even assuming we can agree on what constitutes change in context.

 
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