Republicans Have the Numbers

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    But can they add them all up without blowing it? (i.e., lack of action on border patrols and energy crisis)

    4/18/05
    By Michael Barone for U.S. News & World Report
    The Hardest Numbers

    In any case, when you're talking political numbers, you should remember that some numbers are harder than others. And the hardest numbers in politics are election results. Most journalists and politicians don't spend much time looking at them. They should. Because the 2004 presidential election results tell us that Republicans are in even stronger shape than their 55-45 and 232-203 Senate and House margins suggest.

    http://www.usnews.com/usnews/opinion/articles/050418/18barone.htm
     

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