While there's a very long time left between now and November and while on the local and congressional level, Republicans may survive, or even take the Senate while retaining the.
Over at the Prospect I wade into the debate about the use of caucuses in the presidential selection process. I think the current system works tolerably well, although I don't.
What should be his concession speech but wasn't because he's Newt does situate him right at the heart of the Republican universe in one respect: the man is 100% pure.
This, from Silver's Super Tuesday preview, is what I mean when I say that (implausible as it seems in the abstract) that Mittens has been inevitable since Perry imploded: In.
Rick Santorum was a victim of liberal persecution, receiving lower grades than he surely deserved because of his political views. Who can doubt it? Why, his American history professor probably.
Obviously, I'm not changing my mind about the direction of the race after a Romney sweep. Michigan does make me understand why some people are stubborn about seeing a race.
"The problem with the auto bailout is that evil workers actually benefited. Had all the money gone to obscenely wealthy parasites like Mitt Romney, they might have been fine." ...shorter.
Since I've been baited, I suppose I should point out that Santorum is almost certainly not going to win the Republican nomination, for reasons that should be obvious: Here are.