Wake me when the Republican Party can handle something in an even remotely competent fashion. I imagine New York’s 20th congressional district will no longer exist by the time I have to hit the snooze button the first time.
UPDATE: For those who don’t get what I’m bellyaching about, I’m referring to the Republicans blowing a 16-point lead in New York’s 20th congressional district. I’m also not sure that being too moderate or too conservative was the biggest problem in a race where the Republican candidate was a career politician who didn’t live in the district, took almost a month to take a position on the stimulus package, and then campaigned like it was 2002. Tedisco could still pull it out from the absentee ballots and Republicans are going to point to how much better he did than Gillibrand’s 2008 challenger, but it really shouldn’t be this close.
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