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:: Tuesday, May 20, 2003 ::

Julia Gorin has an excellent article on the Democratic Party's Diversity Dilemna in the OpinionJournal that does a great job of highlighting the sources of much of the confusion over at the DNC of late. It is an entertaining, while disturbing read, but do read it.
Democratic incoherence extends beyond policies involving protected victim groups. Consider the McCain-Feingold campaign-finance law, which passed with little Republican support. Within days after President Bush signed it into law last year, 24 Democratic lawmakers held a closed-door luncheon to discuss strategies for evading it. The meeting culminated in the formerly supportive Sen. Hillary Clinton exploding at Sen. Russ Feingold. No doubt they all breathed a sigh of relief this month when a federal court struck down most of the law as unconstitutional.
Between the narrowly averted transit worker strike last Christmas, which would have left workers stranded in a union-happy New York striving to be a worker's paradise, and the mirror held up to the left internationally when the European Union found itself unable to meet Kyoto environmental targets while pressuring the U.S. to adhere to stricter ones, the day draws nearer when all will come running to the Republicans to undo the damage and fix the fixes.

:: Mark 8:57 AM [+] ::
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