Vote for inertia. Vote to keep bad public policy from getting worse. Vote Democrat November 4. Because, like Seinfeld, made-for-cable Decision 2014 is a political show about nothings, says former Democratic National Committee Press Secretary and current Washington Center for Politics & Journalism Director Terry Michael. Short of a coup d'etat assault on The Homeland (über alles!) by The Terrorists or collapse of Western Civilization from failure to fully fund the "we're all gonna die" Ebola Fighters at the CDC/CNN (same thing), we will have a Democratic president and a Republican House of Representatives from January 3, 2015. But what about the Senate, though? Michael argues that believers in free markets and free minds would be served best by keeping the upper house under modest Democratic control.
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