Posted 1 year ago on Nov. 4, 2013, 7:37 p.m. EST by shoozTroll
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Geez, just like on the forum. They just keep it up.
"For all the debate on the effects of the tea party's and the Republican party's march to the far right at the federal level, it’s their impact at the state level that will probably be with us the longest.
Back in 2010, 11 states — Alabama, Indiana, Kansas, Maine, Michigan, Ohio, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Wisconsin, and Wyoming — put Republicans in control of all branches of state government. Other states saw their center of gravity move much farther to the right. And in the years since, those states have pushed an all-out conservative agenda."
and with the Koch's still running wild, spending money to make it stick, maybe it's time for ALL judges to declare party loyalty. Especially the members of the Koch party.