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Topic - Thomas Basile
Even pundits often reluctantly agree that the presidential election is more than two years away, and that American voters are barely engaged with the 2014 midterms at this point. Some politicians realize this as well.
"They are all taking a different - and smarter path than the likes of Ted Cruz, and Rand Paul, Chris Christie and to a lesser extent Marco Rubio," Mr. Basile says.
The citizenry, he says, are weary of demagogues.