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A Good Election Night

Hard to complain about last night. The Governor-Senator-CEO of Goldman Sachs, that State within a State, lost in New Jersey. Obama’s man lost in Virginia. The splittists lost in New York.

All together, a great day for democratic centralism in the Republican Party.

A great day for America.

The Republican Party should use its victory to build intra-party democracy (in particular, replace back-room selection with primary election of candidates where-ever possible), build party unity, and then rally to stop ObamaCare, stop the Wall Stret-Union bailouts, frustrate the bad designs of our President, and prepare to put America back on the right course.