Gomez claims ideological cocooning and partisan gridlock are strangling the Congress and the nation. Markey claims the Republicans are up to no good, and it is more important than ever to send Democrats like him down there to fight them off.
If all that sounds familiar, it should. Scott Brown and Elizabeth Warren spent more than a year having the same argument, and you know how that one turned out.
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But whatever the result in next Tuesday’s election, we’ll still be living in a political climate that to me is the ultimate by-product of the “me” generation’s obsession with self "
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