The Big Dem Mystery.

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Nov. 5 2007 3:39 PM

The Big Dem Mystery

Why isn't the party split on immigration?

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Somebody tell Mark Penn. ... See also Barone. ... [Thanks to reader S.M.. Partially via The Corner] 10:21 P.M.

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Wednesday, October 17, 2007

New McClatchy tip sheet? Hard to believe this story  isn't a hoax or from The Onion, I agree. [via Insta] 3:23 P.M.

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Yes, It Was All Bill's Fault, Part II: Paul Starr  in The American Prospect, chastising those who argue that it Hillary Clinton was behind the White House's political misjudgements in the health care fight of 1994:

According to recurrent accounts -- most recently in Carl Bernstein's shoddily researched biography A Woman in Charge -- it was supposedly Hillary's secretiveness and rigidity that led to fatal decisions about the White House health plan and political strategy. Careful reporting after the failure of the health plan showed these charges were false.

Page 166: During a 1994 National Governors Association address, Bill wavered on universal health care, but he retracted his comments just one day later. What happened? Former Secretary of Health Donna Shalala told Smith that Hillary gave Bill a dressing-down. "What the fuck are you doing up there?" she screamed over the phone. "I want to see you as soon as you get back."

Nice try, Paul! ... 1:42 P.M.

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