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November 8, 2006

Now What?

For years now, the Democrats have been not only the minority party, but a particularly powerless minority, elbowed out of virtually any role other than that of critic. The House Democrats will have to shift from the role of tactical opposition to shadow government. They will have to pass bills bills that might not make it into law, but that would provide a clear idea of what their party would do if it were really in control.

And while they are trying to build a new majority, the Democrats need to remember what happens when a party in power loses its way.
—New York Times editorial staff

Source: The Democratic House New York Times editorial page, November 8, 2006. [requires registration]

Posted by niganit at November 8, 2006 6:42 AM
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