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Lisa Murkowski proved this past week that she has learned nothing from the message of the midterm elections. The main issues that drove people to the polls and created a Republican landslide were the beliefs that our nation is on the wrong track and that government spending has gotten completely out of control.
Since his stunning defeat of Sen. Lisa Murkowski in the Republican primary, "tea party" favorite Joe Miller has made a series of potentially crippling missteps that have helped turn the Alaska Senate campaign into a highly competitive race.
In the weeks following her defeat in the GOP primary, U.S. Sen. Lisa Murkowski went back and forth over whether to re-enter the race as a write-in candidate or accept life outside Washington and a role other than Alaska's senior senator.
Joe Miller vowed to campaign for transferring power and control over resources from the federal government to Alaska and the other 49 states, and Democrats said the upset victory by the new Republican Senate nominee gives them new hope of competing for the seat.
In Alaska, it's not over even when it's over.