Sunday, June 12, 2005

Morning Reads

- This LA Times editorial on Howard Dean echoes my sentiments from the past week or so almost exactly. "You can't be a good salesman if you spend your time insulting prospective customers, in this case people who haven't been voting Democratic," the Times notes. "If Dean spent his time pointing to inequitable tax policies that punish the middle class and reward the rich, or dwelling on the costs of restricting stem cell research, that would be one thing. Instead, he is indulging in outdated caricatures of Republican voters." Exactly.

- David Broder writes in the Washington Post of the "growing public restlessness" that I discussed here.

- Linda Greenhouse questions how long the Rehnquist's Court's 'federalist legacy' will last ... or if it's been undermined already.


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