In 1994, the Republicans took control of both houses of Congress by offering a “Contract With America” that set out principles the Republicans would follow if they were elected. A.J. Strata thinks the Democrats have a similar strategy in mind for 2006, only this time, what the Democrats are proposing is not a Contract With America, but a Contract With al Qaeda.
It’s a hard-hitting post, and I’m sure that the Democrats in the Senate would claim that it doesn’t fairly represent their views. Read it, and judge for yourself. In the meantime, we’d like to hear from a Senate Democrat who is willing to explain why A.J.’s analysis is wrong.
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