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Greg Sargent2009-02-10
@ThePlumLineGS2,090 days
A blog about politics, politics, and politics
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Greg Sargent @ThePlumLineGS
@SabrinaSiddiqui thanks!
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Greg Sargent @ThePlumLineGS
HappyHour! washingtonpost.com/blogs/plum-lin… @ryanlcooper @fstonenyt @rickhasen @CatawbaPolitics @mtomasky @sahilkapur @stevebenen @DannyVinik @LOLGOP
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No one could have predicted: "Repeal of health law, once central to GOP, is side issue in campaigns" nytimes.com/2014/11/01/us/…
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@rprez2012 thank you, sir
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Greg Sargent @ThePlumLineGS
@rprez2012 ok, you go with that in 2016
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Greg Sargent @ThePlumLineGS
@InLikeFlynn44 @Josephriskgmt right. Obama will veto anything that poses real threat; cons will demand continued targeting of whole law.
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Greg Sargent @ThePlumLineGS
@rprez2012 claiming "we love birth control" is not going to be sufficient in national elections
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Greg Sargent @ThePlumLineGS
@helitzur yup
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Greg Sargent @ThePlumLineGS
@helitzur yep thanks
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Greg Sargent @ThePlumLineGS
@rprez2012 like I said, if Rs want to conclude from this election that GOP is just fine with women, Ds will be fine with that
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Greg Sargent @ThePlumLineGS
@Josephriskgmt I added an update to address that
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Greg Sargent @ThePlumLineGS
The @AlisonForKY clips video of Mitch McConnell claiming "nobody wants to privatize Social Security"

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@Josephriskgmt right. I agree targeted votes will put Ds in a tough spot. But cons wil want the full repeal crusade to continue
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@Josephriskgmt uh, Ted Cruz and conservatives will demand a full repeal push.
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Greg Sargent @ThePlumLineGS
@Josephriskgmt repeal will also put vulnerable Rs in blue states in a bad spot
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Greg Sargent @ThePlumLineGS
@RightonCarl yeah
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Greg Sargent @ThePlumLineGS
So GOP Senate will target O'care with reconciliation? Good. Let vulnerable GOP Sens up in 2016 vote on that: washingtonpost.com/blogs/plum-lin…
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@sahilkapur yep. thanks.
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Greg Sargent @ThePlumLineGS
@sahilkapur right, seems at least *plausible* it could be used to target Medicaid exp, right?
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Greg Sargent @ThePlumLineGS
@JonWalkerDC Heh. Yep. It really is all about badgering people over and over until they give in and mail their ballots :)
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Greg Sargent @ThePlumLineGS
@JonWalkerDC yeah probably. best bet for Ds is to use vote by mail to expand likely voter electorate, right?
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Greg Sargent @ThePlumLineGS
@sahilkapur does parlimentarian think reconciliation coudl be used to target funding for Medicaid expansion?
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Greg Sargent @ThePlumLineGS
@JonWalkerDC @SeanTrende I have said a number of times I think Rs are favored to take majority
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Greg Sargent @ThePlumLineGS
RT @SeanTrende Dem path to a Sen majority remains realistic: poll failure in CO, squeak out IA/NC, flip KS. Just need more breaks than GOP
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Good final summary of Senate state of play from @TheFix crew: washingtonpost.com/blogs/the-fix/…
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@gsiskind yes? why do you think that?
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Greg Sargent @ThePlumLineGS
Interesting @paulwaldman1 post: "Rs call Ebola a federal government failure. It's exactly the opposite." washingtonpost.com/blogs/plum-lin…
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Brian Beutler @brianbeutler
File this @ThePlumLineGS piece away for Tuesday night wapo.st/1zmkMx4
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Jill Lawrence @JillDLawrence
Excellent midterm state of play from @ThePlumLineGS, including GOP's heads-I-win, tails-you-lose economic strategy wapo.st/1zmkMx4
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Brad Dayspring @BDayspring
@ThePlumLineGS Stop plugging your column. Seems desperate.
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@BDayspring For sure. As is DSCC exec director's comments on the topic
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Greg Sargent @ThePlumLineGS
@BDayspring ah, gotcha. misread. but still relevant I'd say
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Greg Sargent @ThePlumLineGS
@BDayspring That's not what he said to me: washingtonpost.com/blogs/plum-lin…
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Greg Sargent @ThePlumLineGS
@madlaw1071 damn good question
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GOP candidates: Obamacare is evil, but I'd never, ever take its benefits away. Analysts: GOP win = mandate against Obamacare!
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@Zathras3 @ron_fournier fair Q. Kasich expanded and is up big. Corbett dragged feet and is toast. Walker/Brownback said No & are very close
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Greg Sargent @ThePlumLineGS
Early voting numbers look good for Dems, though question remains whether it will be enough: washingtonpost.com/blogs/plum-lin…
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@Zathras3 @ron_fournier yes, but most of the GOP Senate *candidates* are fudging on whether they'd take Ocare's benefits away.
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Greg Sargent @ThePlumLineGS
@ron_fournier It's true. Multiple R candidates fudging on whether they'd actually take Ocare's benefits away. Hold them accountable, Ron.
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Greg Sargent @ThePlumLineGS
tweet o' the day RT @LOLGOP: "I'm not a scientist."
-Republicans

"I'm not a Republican."
- Scientists
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@ron_fournier Rs will have mandate to leave Ocare's benefits alone. That's what they're actually campaigning on while mumbling word "repeal"
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@mattmfm right, understood. I mention it below. plainly they think they need CO and IA to have decent shot
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Greg Sargent @ThePlumLineGS
Also in AM Roundup: It turns out there's a deliberate strategy behind Rs claiming they are "not scientists": washingtonpost.com/blogs/plum-lin…
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@DrSquishy yup
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@mattmfm no, KS is a potential third pickup in that scenario.
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Greg Sargent @ThePlumLineGS
@ryanlcooper You have this backwards. MS is selflessly foregoing money to preemptively *free* those who'd be enslaved by O'care dependence.
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.@dscc exec director @guycecil says holding majority will likely require winning both CO *and* IA: washingtonpost.com/blogs/plum-lin…
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In interview, architect of Dems' Senate strategy lays out most realistic path left to holding majority: washingtonpost.com/blogs/plum-lin…
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Nate Cohn @Nate_Cohn
Pretty frank comments from @guycecil with @ThePlumLineGS washingtonpost.com/blogs/plum-lin…
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@TomBevanRCP yep
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SeanOfTheDeadTrende @SeanTrende
.@ThePlumLineGS does a good job pressing Guy Cecil with some tough questions here. washingtonpost.com/blogs/plum-lin…
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@mattklewis my favorite thing about that was that the B was backwards, done in a mirror
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New Reuters poll has it dead even in Iowa: Braley 45, Ernst 45: reuters.com/article/2014/1… Average has Ernst up 1.8 elections.huffingtonpost.com/pollster/2014-…
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Republicans: If Obama acts on deportations, it will devastate his chances of winning a third term: blogs.rollcall.com/218/gop-obamas…
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@DavidLeopold I love how they're actually arguing it will be devastating for Obama in 2016
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#lol RT @DavidLeopold: GOP: Obama’s Immigration Action Will Cripple 2016 Democrats blogs.rollcall.com/218/gop-obamas…
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Happy Hour! washingtonpost.com/blogs/plum-lin… with @jamescdownie @SeanTrende @Nate_Cohn @maggiepolitico @GlennThrush @stevebenen @daveweigel
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@GillumFerguson I always include the averages, but thanks
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New WMUR poll: Jeanne Shaheen 50, Scott Brown 42: wmur.com/politics/poll-… Average has Shaheen up 2: elections.huffingtonpost.com/pollster/2014-…
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Read @jamescdownie on the long term consequences of a GOP Senate majority for campaign finance protections: washingtonpost.com/blogs/post-par…
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First Scott Brown said people with Ebola could stroll across border. Now he's worried about people with Polio: bloomberg.com/politics/artic…
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@McCormackJohn so does Tillis, sort of. Bipartisan agreement across the board!
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RT @AaronBlakeWP: Got to give it to @NRSC: Touting your own oppo placements 5 days pre-election takes some guts dyn.politico.com/printstory.cfm…
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Via @brianbeutler: "Ds are outperforming Obama by significant margins in states where Rs have natural advantage" newrepublic.com/article/120054…
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@conncarroll As you know, I would also be willing to bet Dems lose the Senate.
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Greg Sargent @ThePlumLineGS
@conncarroll wait, "if"? You mean you aren't *certain* Ds will get crushed????
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@ellencarmichael something tells me I'm going to regret that tweet
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@ellencarmichael northeast (born and bred) kicks the south's butt
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Quad City Times endorsement of Bruce Braley rips Joni Ernst's positions as vague and dangerous: qctimes.com/news/opinion/e…
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@ZaidJilani huh that's very interesting
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Interesting from USA Today poll: African American share of likely voters is 12%, down just 1 point from 2012 usatoday.com/story/news/pol…
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New USA Today poll: Generic ballot is D 43, R 42: usatoday.com/story/news/pol…
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@CabPolitical any gold standard polls?
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So is that pretty much it on the polls? One more DM Register of IA Sen, right? Any others?
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Ken Cuccinelli: Mitch McConnell doesn't "stand for much other than keeping campaign dollars flowing" washingtonpost.com/blogs/plum-lin…
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Ouch. Ken Cuccinelli scorches Mitch McConnell: "Vehement about not standing for anything...not inspiring" washingtonpost.com/blogs/plum-lin…
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@DrewMTips @armandodkos it will be slightly less pronounced version of Obama coalition (which didn't exist in Bill's time) w/more whites
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Greg Sargent @ThePlumLineGS
@DrewMTips @armandodkos @rprez2012 that's true
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Greg Sargent @ThePlumLineGS
@DrewMTips @armandodkos @rprez2012 they won't hold her responsible for an Obama executive action that took place 2 years before election day
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Greg Sargent @ThePlumLineGS
@DrewMTips @armandodkos @rprez2012 Fair Question. She'll support in the end, though.
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@armandodkos @DrewMTips @rprez2012 right. just saying black voters aren't going to stay home with a Clinton at top of ticket
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Greg Sargent @ThePlumLineGS
@DrewMTips right, I agree with that. Way premature to declare her inevitable. She could lose.
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Greg Sargent @ThePlumLineGS
@armandodkos @DrewMTips @rprez2012 also the Clintons are kinda popular among African Americans
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Greg Sargent @ThePlumLineGS
@DrewMTips @rprez2012 That is certainly a fair question. But I would point out that Hillary will get a few more white votes than Obama did
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@rprez2012 @DrewMTips Rs did better than usual among women in 2010, no? And then 2012 happend.
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Greg Sargent @ThePlumLineGS
@rprez2012 @DrewMTips if you want to think everything is fine heading into 2016, when single women vote in much larger numbers, that's ok
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Greg Sargent @ThePlumLineGS
@DrewMTips @rprez2012 right, I'd agree w/that. If Gardner wins it means Rs came up with a response that worked by just enough in this case
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@DrewMTips @rprez2012 it's much broader than that, but if Rs want to believe that's all there is too it, Ds would be fine with that
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Greg Sargent @ThePlumLineGS
@rprez2012 @DrewMTips if Rs want to believe that a win there would mean GOP's women problem has been solved, Ds would be fine with that
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Greg Sargent @ThePlumLineGS
@rprez2012 @DrewMTips Nonsense. The gender gap will still be a factor in future elections.
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Greg Sargent @ThePlumLineGS
@rprez2012 @DrewMTips the question is, does hitting Rs on women's health win over women? If it does, and Udall loses anyway...
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Greg Sargent @ThePlumLineGS
@DrewMTips I'm not sure I ever predicted it would def work. I reported early on it b/c I thought it was newsworthy (which turned out right)
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Greg Sargent @ThePlumLineGS
@DrewMTips depending on what the spread is, it would probably show that the strategy didn't work in this case
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Greg Sargent @ThePlumLineGS
@rprez2012 @DrewMTips that's deeply silly
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Greg Sargent @ThePlumLineGS
@DrewMTips Ah. Well, yeah, there's no denying that the #WarOnWomen stuff can be overplayed
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Greg Sargent @ThePlumLineGS
@DrewMTips That's fair. I do think you are overly dismissive of notion that Ds are, in general sense, having some success in war for women
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Greg Sargent @ThePlumLineGS
@DrewMTips in other words, let's say Udall wins big among women but it's still not enough. Does that mean Personhood gambit failed?
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Greg Sargent @ThePlumLineGS
@DrewMTips Serious Q: Let's say Udall loses. Is there a margin he could win among women that would still suggest that strategy worked? (1/2)
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Greg Sargent @ThePlumLineGS
@DrewMTips seems like a fair assumption. Still, I thought you all would be interested in seeing him confronted with your argument
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@ThirdWayKessler Denver Post suggests room to grow
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