Interesting stuff on the editorial -- sorry, "conversations" -- page of our local "newspaper." Michael Barone points out the Democrat split between public union-backed candidates and those the "gentry liberals" favor and suggests the union side "that want more money and less accountability" are winning over the limousine set. Meanwhile, Roland Martin opines that glee on the Left (and Establishment GOP fuming) over Tea Party-supported Republican candidates may be misplaced; a little back-handedly, he points out that motivated voters tip the balance in elections -- and guess who's looking especially motivated? More tea, candidates?
Heck, it's getting better than soap operas.
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