|SD Senate Tag-Team|
Who Knew Their Supporters Are "Saps?"
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According to mad (and I use that in both senses of the word) man McCarthy, Lynch is "an
|NR's Founding Icon Bill Buckley|
Remember When NR Writers Could Think, Not Rant?
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I'm kind of glad that Thune and Rounds did the dance as described in The National Review. They've certainly earned their fair share of criticism (Thune for selling out to his big contributors, ala net neutrality) and disdain (Rounds for his lackluster record as Governor and atrocious oversight when EB-5 erupted), but at least we don't have to deal with a couple of Cruz-like nutjobs who approach government as the fulfillment of some kind of Constitutionally-blessed mission to reshape American social and political culture. Being called "saps" by The National Review for sending these two guys to the Senate just shows you how unforgivingly committed to their own reality that this country's leading conservatives can be. Far as I'm concerned, the wider the wedge between our two Republican senators and these self-styled purveyors of ideological purity, the better.