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Topic - Ken Lundberg
Not so fast. The press and Democratic Party operatives may be painting President Obama and Vice President Joseph R. Biden as a one-two punch of effective gun control strategy on Capitol Hill. But at least one Republican Party tactician says it ain't all that — and Mr. Biden's behind-scenes operations are largely exaggerated.
"His effectiveness depends on how you define his role," Mr. Lundberg said, in The Hill.
But Republican strategist Ken Lundberg says to slow the praise.