Sunday, August 19, 2007

Requiem for a RINO

By Rick Morris

Chuck Todd's piece in the Wall Street Journal celebrates the spineless career of one of the Beltway's biggest Republican squishes, John Warner. While Warner has not ruled out seeking another term in 2008, the article nonetheless seems to frame his career in the past tense. Todd is an excellent analyst and the column sums up Warner's 30 Years of Shame well, even if it makes you seethe a bit in thinking about why this country keeps electing poll-obsessed moderates instead of people who act on principle.

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