Today in the Politico, I make the case that the ineffectual Democratic supermajority proves conservatives were right to choose loyalty to ideas over party loyalty in New York’s 23rd congressional district. Yes, you need a big tent with some diversity of opinion to assemble a majority. But if your tent is too big to govern or implement your agenda, your majority is meaningless.
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