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By Orrin G. Hatch
Procedural changes impede the chamber's traditional deliberative function
Topic - Kathleen Hall Jamieson
The U.S. Senate contest in Virginia between Democrat Tim Kaine and Republican George Allen is far and away the most expensive Senate race in the country in terms of third-party spending, underscoring the closeness of a race that's essentially been tied from the outset and its importance in determining which party will control the chamber come January.
They're throwing granny off a cliff!
"It also could be life lessons to get to lead a better life in the rugged frontiers," Jamieson said. "They have to have that duo message or this will read as if it's a political ad."
"What all this suggests is that she's crafting her lifestyle and her biography as typifying a person who's independent, rugged, resilient, in touch with nature and has learned life lessons that she can bring into governance if she moves back into governance," said Kathleen Hall Jamieson, a University of Pennsylvania communications professor who studies political rhetoric.