by Jon Ralston Mon, 10/08/2012 - 05:55
600 days of this!
Really good deep dive by @birenbomb to explain an issue Republicans think they can exploit again… t.co/8nwt5tQ7gx
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Damn! Gov. @JosephMLombardo is really turning up the heat on Dems to repeal a law he has asserted is making kids an… t.co/ywitInMj1a
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Here’s our story with plenty of context on our event last night with all four legislative leaders. Thanks to all fo… t.co/dHyilXlK4f
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Good morning from The #WeMatter State.
On this date in 1861, President Lincoln appointed James Nye of NY as territ… t.co/GGF1O6ESUI
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Stumbled into this room at the Reno-Sparks Convention Center and this looks like it could be a good event in less t… t.co/4XG8EGTBWG
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Rep. Shelley Berkley went up this weekend with a new ad on education, using those comments Sen. Dean Heller was reported to have made long ago to the Pahrump Valley Times about abolishing the Department of Education.
Heller's folks have cliamed he was incorrectly paraphrased, but the damage was done. My thought: This "debate" only exists because Democrats know the issue polls well as opposed to having any good arguments why the department should exist, while Republicans, most of whom think most of the funding should come to the states, know about the polls and always try to hedge during campaigns.
The ad was first reported by POLITICO's James Hohmann in "Morning Score."