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Pretty Please: DWS to Remain DNC Chair?

Dave M Wrote: Nov 27, 2012 7:11 PM
Guy: Off Top[ic but here goes. Heres an idea for a analytic column vs the mindless panic we've seen a lot of the last few weeks. Romney's strategy was bases on a misread of the polls. I don't mean polls that said he was ahead bit the internals that showed the economy was the most important issue, country on wrong track, wanting Obamacare abolished,etc. How did they miss that these people were nevertheless giving the Obama the edge on every one of these issues.

This would be the best news for Republicans since Nancy Pelosi decided to stay on as House Democrats' leader after her caucus suffered two separate electoral shellackings.  Hang in there, Debbie.  We believe in you:

The House Democratic leadership mold continues to harden, as Reps. Chris Van Hollen of Maryland and Debbie Wasserman Schultz of Florida are expected to remain in their current positions, which are effectively out of the upper echelon of caucus leadership ranks. On Thursday, the Democratic Caucus is on track to sign off on...