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Look at What They Do, Not What They Say

I don’t even think that Republicans are good con artists; the political media are just incredibly easy marks: Uh, “Republicans” haven’t forgotten anything. Reporters have certainly “forgotten” that debt-funded upper-class tax cuts and defense spending increases have been the lodestar of Republican policy since Reagan was inaugurated. In the least surprising development ever, surprising as
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