Washington’s pundits have been united this spring. They’ve concluded that a single shift in culture on gay marriage has marooned one of America's political ideologies from the public majorities of tomorrow.
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Brad Todd is a Republican campaign message and advertising strategist. In 2010, his firm On Message Inc. advised Sen. Ron Jonson (R-WI), Gov. Rick Scott (R-FL), the National Republican Congressional Committee and 9 Republican candidates who took over Democratic congressional seats. The opinions expressed here are his own.
Congress returned to Washington last week, unpopularity and job security both ironically intact, to greet a president in similar condition.
We don’t know yet who our next president will be, but we do know the loser of this Tuesday’s election already.
Has David Axelrod been replaced?
Wall Street is downgrading America’s sovereign credit rating because political gridlock means that Washington won’t be able to solve our financial problems any time soon. It’s all thanks to the transformation of one of our two political parties, a transformation that has paralyzed Congress and made the country’s entire balance sheet hostage to an uncompromising and unrealistic ideological fringe element.