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Line of the Day

November 8, 2006


Democrats Find Lessons In GOP Reign
New Majority Is Mindful Of Rivals' Mistakes, Successes
By Jonathan Weisman
Washington Post Staff Writer
Sunday, November 12, 2006; Page A01


Democrats preparing to take control of Congress for the first time in over a decade are looking to the Republican takeover in 1995 as an object lesson of what to emulate and what to avoid. They hope to match the legislative energy of the Newt Gingrich era while avoiding at all costs the partisan pitfalls that eventually soured voters on the GOP.


Republican Mistake
Democratic Plan
Party Divided Internally Over Immigration Reform
Party line to be decided internally and strictly followed; Policy to be selected by Julio, Barbara Boxer's pool boy
Resort to torture damaged America's image abroad
Adherence to high moral principles will restore image of America as amiable simpletons
Gay Republican Congressman hitting on male pages tended to undercut social conservative message
Gay congressman to strictly limit themselves to hitting on other congressmen, evangelical ministers.
Medicare prescription drug plan confusing, unpopular, and expensive
Medicare for pets!




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