PoliBlog: A Rough Draft of my Thoughts

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    1. 1. I agree that The Base doesn’t need to be further excited, but every time the pundits point out some awful thing Those Liberals are doing, a few of the base are motivated to write another check.

      2. Re: Noonan’s “There‚Äôs a new and fresh opportunity here for Republicans in the Senate to be serious, and, in their seriousness, to be seen and understood in a new light.” I’m not sure how many arch Republicans want to be seen as “serious”. To be measured and thoughtful is a liberal trait to them; therefore, Rush Limbaugh, Sarah Palin, etc. The humming you hear is William F. Buckley spinning in his grave.

      Comment by Pierre — Friday, May 29, 2024 @ 2:44 pm

    2. The Democrats won control the last few years by 1) the Republicans overreaching on spending and internal corruption and 2) exciting the base with a lot of heated rhetoric (much of which on the war, Obama is now running away from due to practical considerations). The Republicans need to moderate for now, and excite the base when the Democrats start to overreach. If they excite the base for the sake of cash flow, they will alienate the moderates.

      Comment by Mark L — Saturday, May 30, 2024 @ 9:40 am

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