Thursday, April 05, 2007

Distraction and disenfranchisement

The only way Republicans can win elections now. Paul Krugman:

The Republican Party’s adherence to an outdated ideology leaves it with big problems. It can’t offer domestic policies that respond to the public’s real needs. So how can it win elections?

The answer, for a while, was a combination of distraction and disenfranchisement.
Basically: Terror alerts and voter fraud. What kind of convenient attack will they accidentally allow to happen before election day this time?

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