After its takeover of the Republican Party, the Tea Party is making plans for its takeover of the House.

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Sept. 13 2010 3:34 PM

The Weekend of Magical Thinking

After its takeover of the Republican Party, the Tea Party is making plans for its takeover of the House.

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Correction, Sept. 13, 2010: The original article misspelled the first name of Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand of New York. (Return  to the corrected sentence.) It also misdescribed a political advertisement, which shows a nuclear missile taking off from Iran, not Iraq. (Return  to the corrected sentence.)

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