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RE: Rep. Tom Davis Isn’t Making Any Sense

Rob makes a good point about the Rep. Davis quote. 

However, I really think the big story here is that there is a concerted effort to sell us on the theory that the world has changed.  According to the spin, in this “modern” world, Republican’s can’t win without becoming more moderate.  (Never mind Bush’s victory just a year ago).

If you want to read the liberal talking points on this, check out David Broder’s column, "The Political Center Makes a Comeback," last Sunday.

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RE: Rep. Tom Davis Isn’t Making Any Sense

Thanks for making mention of the Davis article, Matt. I was outraged this morning when I read it–not as much about what Davis was saying about Roe, but the fact that the Post’s Dan Balz didn’t bother to write that Davis is a pro-choice Republican.

If readers had been provided that information, they’d probably be wondering why the article was relevant (and deserved placement in the "A" section as opposed to "Metro").

Think about it: A pro-choice Republican is saying that if SCOTUS overturns Roe, it would come back to harm Republicans. What else would you expect from a pro-choice Republican? This isn’t "A" section news, folks.

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