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A canny White House and compliant media have used the sequester to generate a perfect storm of blame, meant to strand the Republican Party in a pool of lousy public opinion right into 2014. That's the intent, anyway.
When in doubt, say, "Ronald Reagan."
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"However, it does point up a problem that the conservative movement has had for as long as I can remember: a deep-seated need to find a conservative savior delivered by a Deus ex machina apparatus, free from any stain of political compromise and track record in office," Mr. Morrissey says, adding that folks were eager to back the good doctor, "even before anyone found out what exactly Carson believed, which ended up in the case of gun control to produce a little chagrin in the other
"If anyone wanted to look for evidence that the overall Fox News organization intends to campaign against Obama rather than cover the campaign, this video would be difficult to refute as evidence for that claim," Mr. Morrissey wrote.