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Greg Sargent2009-02-10
@ThePlumLineGS2,049 days
A blog about politics, politics, and politics
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Greg Sargent @ThePlumLineGS
@JohnKingCNN @sfbjax Yup, exactly. And the state polling averages, which have proven right before, also suggest that. Thx
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Greg Sargent @ThePlumLineGS
As the @JohnKingCNN panel rightly notes, control of Senate is still basically a toss up, despite national indicators
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Great @PeterBeinart takedown of @tedcruz's gibberish/demagoguery on foreign policy: m.theatlantic.com/international/…
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Greg Sargent @ThePlumLineGS
Thanks for the replies, folks
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So if Rs finish with 50 seats, and Ds with 49, why doesn't Orman caucus with Rs? (2/2)
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Greg Orman says he will caucus with whoever has clear majority. (1/2)
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Great piece by @pkcapitol on Congress' abdication of responsibility to vote on war: washingtonpost.com/politics/congr…
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@ElectProject interesting, thanks
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@ElectProject Anything new on that front?
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Greg Sargent @ThePlumLineGS
If GOP wants to make elex about nat'l security, maybe R candidates should run on sending in ground troops: washingtonpost.com/blogs/plum-lin…
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Also in Happy Hour Roundup: @derekwillis @ed_kilgore washingtonpost.com/blogs/plum-lin…
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@DCclone @nomad31 no prob
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Also in Happy Hour Roundup: @GlennKesslerWP @joesonka @paulwaldman1 washingtonpost.com/blogs/plum-lin…
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Greg Sargent @ThePlumLineGS
Happy Hour! washingtonpost.com/blogs/plum-lin… with @ed_kilgore @NiaWaPo @DLind @CitizenCohn @brianbeutler @jonathanchait @rickhasen @dylanlscott
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@jamespmanley @samsteinhp actually they've been promising it since January of 2011
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Greg Sargent @ThePlumLineGS
.@ed_kilgore: "Last time Rs appealed to security moms they'd attacked Afghanistan & were coiling to invade Iraq" washingtonmonthly.com/political-anim…
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@DCclone Maybe. I could see Braley blowing the debates.
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From @GlennKesslerWP, a brutal takedown of new Bill Cassidy ad on immigration in #lasen washingtonpost.com/blogs/fact-che…
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Dana Milbank @Milbank
.@ThePlumLineGS on GOP reprising the Max Cleland strategy. wapo.st/1wwY553
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Greg Sargent @ThePlumLineGS
@imillhiser I'm sure that line was in the script but fell out for some reason
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Greg Sargent @ThePlumLineGS
@joesonka right good point. i think donohue said somewhere he could accept it now
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Greg Sargent @ThePlumLineGS
@imillhiser It's really about using Obamacare as a proxy for "Obummer Big Gummint and economy suck" washingtonpost.com/blogs/plum-lin…
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In all seriousness, this new Chamber ad youtube.com/watch?feature=… confirms that "Obamacare" now means "Obama": washingtonpost.com/blogs/plum-lin…
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Greg Sargent @ThePlumLineGS
@BenjySarlin love how it says seniors are left to face the "consequences" without saying what they are
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Greg Sargent @ThePlumLineGS
@BenjySarlin Yeah
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Jeez, this new anti-Obamacare ad from the US Chamber of Commerce in #nhsen is just awful youtube.com/watch?feature=…
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But @brianbeutler, are you sure Buzzfeed wouldn't fault Hillary for this? I'm not. newrepublic.com/article/119504…
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Greg Sargent @ThePlumLineGS
MT @brianbeutler Next thing you know Burke will be “plagiarizing" about wanting to grow economy "from middle out" newrepublic.com/article/119504…
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Greg Sargent @ThePlumLineGS
@mlow29 stick to the polling averages. individual polls don't tell us much.
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Greg Sargent @ThePlumLineGS
@mlow29 I'll stick with the polling averages
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Greg Sargent @ThePlumLineGS
Via @CitizenCohn, occasionally the parties can work together and accomplish something good in Congress: newrepublic.com/article/119497…
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Greg Sargent @ThePlumLineGS
Rasmussen and Fox News both find #iasen tied, unlike Q poll. Toss them into the averages. rasmussenreports.com/public_content… foxnews.com/politics/inter…
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@baseballcrank @NoahCRothman Fun to remember the foreign policy debate of 2012, when Mitt struck peacenik pose...
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Greg Sargent @ThePlumLineGS
Making elex about nat'l security an odd choice, given many GOP lawmakers support sending in ground troops: washingtonpost.com/blogs/plum-lin…
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By all means, Rs should run on nat'l security. In fact, they should run on sending in ground troops: washingtonpost.com/blogs/plum-lin…
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@philipaklein @yeselson hah, probably, though that idea would infuriate base even more :)
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@Neoavatara @philipaklein it's just hard to know whether there's anyone who could get enough traction
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Greg Sargent @ThePlumLineGS
@philipaklein Exactly. I think it could (could) signal the potential for real unrest among base, though unclear if there's vehicle for it
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Greg Sargent @ThePlumLineGS
@RWMaloneMD Hah, they would never have me
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Greg Sargent @ThePlumLineGS
@DylanByers Heh. I resisted admitting it for as long as I could. Realized it was futile.
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Politico always wins
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@heffbombs not sure. would like to believe that, but seems unclear to me
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RT @TheStalwart: Quiet, everyone.
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Via @CharlieCookDC, Kay Hagan "is holding on to a small lead that may be expanding" cookpolitical.com/story/7816
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Noam Scheiber @noamscheiber
As @ThePlumLineGS says, not at all clear Warren will run. But if she does, I'd bet this'll help her in Dem primary: washingtonpost.com/blogs/plum-lin…
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@DavidMDrucker @ron_fournier Yeah. Can't stand it. Also really can't stand press' love of this type of stuff. Sandbox crap.
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@ron_fournier anonymous Dem Beltway operatives humiliate colleague, fall asleep with smiles on faces while Senate slips away from them
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@digby56 Part II washingtonpost.com/blogs/plum-lin…
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Matt Duss @mattduss
.@ThePlumLineGS: Elizabeth Warren bets against war wapo.st/YYaRie "could prompt an intra-party debate worth having." Agree.
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@joesonka @LOLGOP No, definitely not. A true toss up. But Ds could easily lose there.
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@DrSquishy elections.huffingtonpost.com/pollster/2014-…
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@DogLegLeft55 as I say, it's not about her as much as it is about this strain existing among the Dem base.
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@LOLGOP Iowa could be a fluke loss; Braley bad candidate; blows debates, etc.
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@LOLGOP Probably. But it *can* be done without Iowa.
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One long-shot route to keeping Dem Senate majority: Lose Iowa, keep NC and AK, Orman caucuses with Dems.
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@HotlineJosh @igorbobic okay, okay, uncle
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So now even @CharlieCookDC concludes Senate map might be improving for Dems. In AM Roundup: washingtonpost.com/blogs/plum-lin…
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@Choostas Maybe! Or maybe not...
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@cgbirddog @ron_fournier imagine if things really go south...what happens then?
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Greg Sargent @ThePlumLineGS
@cgbirddog @ron_fournier I'm not saying Warren will even run. Just saying that Hillary needs to be aware of this strain within party
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Greg Sargent @ThePlumLineGS
Start paying attention to this, Hillary. In a big move, Elizabeth Warren bets against Obama's war: washingtonpost.com/blogs/plum-lin…
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Larger context: washingtonpost.com/blogs/plum-lin… RT @JesseFFerguson: NEWS: National GOP equating immigrants/terrorsts in ads: youtube.com/watch?v=7cF3TV…
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House GOP caucus provided lion's share of support in House for Obama ISIS plan MT @chucktodd: NRCC using ISIS in a bunch of races
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@RealClearAdam Cool. Thanks much
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How many House Rs voted for Obama ISIS plan again? MT @rickklein: new wave of NRCC ads hit Dems on natl security
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If Greg Orman wins and caucuses with Ds, Ds can hold Senate by winning in NC and holding *either* in Alaska *or* in Iowa.
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Jonathan Chait @jonathanchait
If Kansas Democrats are forced to nominate a Senate candidate, can't they just find a guy named Pat Roberts? nytimes.com/2014/09/19/ups…
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Sen Chris Murphy: "it's a bad idea to break up authorization...you may not get to the rest of the debate" washingtonpost.com/blogs/plum-lin…
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@ron_fournier FWIW, in intvu with me, Sen Chris Murphy (who sits in Joe Lieberman's seat!) was very strong on this: washingtonpost.com/blogs/plum-lin…
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@ron_fournier Yes. Terrible. And I'm skeptical that we'll have a real debate after the election, tho hope I'm wrong.
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@ron_fournier Yep. In this case, 100%. :)
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"the admin has not made an even remotely credible case as to why there shouldn't be Cong authorization" politico.com/story/2014/09/…
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Ominous: "U.S. faces tough struggle on ground to oust ISIS" nytimes.com/2014/09/19/wor…
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@PaulBegala @DougHeye @ChrisCuomo @NewDay But not all Democrats. There are deep divisions that will loom large: washingtonpost.com/blogs/plum-lin…
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Also in Happy Hour Roundup: @rickhasen @stevebenen @paulwaldman1 washingtonpost.com/blogs/plum-lin…
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Happy Hour! washingtonpost.com/blogs/plum-lin… with @AaronBlakeWP @mmcauliff @ryanlcooper @samsteinhp @SamLachman @TPM_dk
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@SD49ersPadres thx
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@joshs thx
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@rickhasen Very big deal
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@rickhasen Thank you, sir
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Greg Sargent @ThePlumLineGS
So where's @rickhasen's piece on the KS court ruling?
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Douglas Rivlin @douglasrivlin
Plan to flunk out of electoral college RT @ThePlumLineGS: vote on deporting DREAMers is preview of GOP prez primary washingtonpost.com/blogs/plum-lin…
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As @samsteinhp and @SamLachman note, GOP Sen candidates pulling homina homina homina on Medicaid expansion: huffingtonpost.com/2014/09/18/sen…
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Today's Senate vote to roll back deportation protection for DREAMers is preview of coming GOP prez primary washingtonpost.com/blogs/plum-lin…
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Michael McAuliff @mmcauliff
How many Dems will vote no on the CR/ISIS? Tester is a no. @ThePlumLineGS reports Murphy is a no washingtonpost.com/blogs/plum-lin… What's Warren?
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@seungminkim @burgessev Hey! I'm complaining about it. And I didn't give any consent. :)
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@sbpundit Okay. Either that, or it will continue showing Udall up.
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@sbpundit I'll stick to the poling averages. Right now, Udall still up, despite likely outlier in mix: elections.huffingtonpost.com/pollster/2014-…
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@MichaelLaRosaDC Some solid opposition from Chris Murphy here washingtonpost.com/blogs/plum-lin…
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New post: "Senators cleverly avoid real vote on war": washingtonpost.com/blogs/plum-lin…
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Sen Chris Murphy, who occupies former seat of uber-hawk Joe Lieberman, will vote No on arming rebels: washingtonpost.com/blogs/plum-lin…
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Good to see media showing appropriate skepticism towards that Q-poll of #cosen. It's way out of sync with averages.
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@seungminkim @KateNocera Man. this IS a tough one for her, apparently!
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@KateNocera @seungminkim I have several emails in to her office on this. No answer.
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@seungminkim Heh. Not answering?
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@igorbobic so pathetic. this allows them to hide from the war vote
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@realmrmom @rprez2012 Of course. I'm not prepared to say that those states will *never again* elect a Dem. That's silly.
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Greg Sargent @ThePlumLineGS
@rprez2012 @realmrmom Oh, give me a break.
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Has @SenWarren said how she will vote on arming/funding Syrian rebels today?
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@realmrmom @rprez2012 Eh, premature. I think Pryor could conceivably survive. But difficult, for sure.
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