Monday, November 13, 2006


This may or may not shock you but I'm going to agree with part of Rich Lowry's column in today's Los Angeles Daily News at least to a point.

He says "Republicans should have forced Tom DeLay, Bob Ney, and Conrad Burns to step aside expeditiously."

While that may or may not have made a difference in the election, I think the Republicans were hurt because they were too stubborn in supporting their friends instead of doing what the people demanded which was action. The Republicans claim they are the party of values and that showed that they were the party of special interest and I think that cost them a lot of votes.

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