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WSJ: Dems Caving on Sequestration, Moving to Continuing Resolution Battle?

moderateGuy Wrote: Feb 25, 2013 3:33 PM
The problem (for Democrats) with the "blame game" is that in the Republicans "loose" it, it will not matter much; the MSM will play it up; the GOP base will ignore the MSMS they rightly see as Obama/Democrat propaganda arm; and the whole thing will not materially affect GOP electoral fortune. If the Democrats, OTOH, loose the "blame game" they will loose in the eyes of people who still give some credibility to MSM; some of those might switch to GOP. With the country essentially split 51% Obama/'rats - 49% for the good guys, it does not take a big switch to make a difference,.

Although the president is still out on the campaign trail sounding the hysterical alarm over proportionally miniscule sequester cuts, the Wall Street Journal reports that Beltway Democrats are already shifting their focus to the next manufactured crisis of their own making:
 

Already looking past the current budget impasse gripping the capital, congressional leaders are quietly considering a deal to avert a government shutdown next month—but at the cost of prolonging across-the-board spending cuts. Attention is beginning to shift from...