Wiretap: Republicans not drinking the tea
Elections, elections, elections. What else is there to say? Plenty. That’s why we’re leading with election stories from Virginia, New Jersey and New York City.
Yes, it was a governor’s race that Chris Christie won. But everyone knows it was a step toward being the Republican non-Tea Party choice for 2016. Via New York Times.
Dan Balz says the lessons are purity vs. pragmatism. Yeah, in politics. Via Washington Post.
A liberal’s liberal: New Yorker’s John Cassidy on Bill de Blasio, first Democratic mayor of New York in 20 years.
According to CNN exit polling, Christie got 56 percent … of the women’s vote.
For you grumpy voters, a look at the stupidities of our democracy. Via the New Yorker
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