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Yes -- We're The Party Of No

After Democrats have had a field day criticizing the GOP for being the "party of no," Jonah Goldberg offers an alternative view:
Saying "no" has worked because that's what most Americans say, too.
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Goldberg goes on to explain that there is a lot for the GOP to improve upon -- including admitting that it "screwed up" in the recent past. But standing for one's principles sometimes includes putting your foot down.

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