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Here’s another example of how two different journals this week reported on the same political story:
 
“Goodbye to the GOP wave?” The New York Times.
 
“Odds of a GOP Wave Are Increasing” The National Journal.

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2 comments on “What Do You Read?

  1. Anonymous says:

    What really has the potential to disrupt the GOP wave that has been building are the absolutely despicable tactics that the GOP establishment used in Mississippi to steal the Senate nomination. That has left conservative voters feeling stabbed in the back and no longer obligated to support establishment nominees for US Senate. In one primary, they have destroyed the party unity we need for November, and this is resonating around the country. Unless the RNC and others do some damage control quickly, I fear that they may end up snatching defeat out of the jaws of victory. Unfortunately, I do not think those inside the Washington beltway comprehend how deeply conservative voters feel and how essential that damage control is.

  2. Anonymous says:

    The GOP will not be successful and it has nothing to do with the Democrats or the American People. It’s just that the Republicans gave up being Republicans some time ago and decided to become ” Cheap Democrats” They can do Socialism on the cheap. Their stupidity will be their downfall.

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