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Republicans have no real majority in House (column)

6:00 PM, Oct. 18, 2013
House Speaker John Boehner is trying to manage a split caucus.
House Speaker John Boehner is trying to manage a split caucus.
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Seldom does politics offer the rigor and certainty of science, but we have just witnessed a case that comes close. Tea-party leaders predicted that a shutdown strategy would result in mass uprising against Obamacare, forcing the political establishment to defund or delay it. In fact, Republicans were broadly blamed for overreach and the law became - in some polls - more popular.

The reagent was added to the test tube. The reaction did not occur.

Conservatives who are not sobered are not serious. And those who insist that just a little more fortitude in the Senate would have turned the tide - ...

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