Jim Geraghty of National Review and Greg Corombos of Radio America react to Howard Dean saying pro-life people have no home in the Democratic Party.  They also wince as Republicans are divided about how to overhaul Obamacare and leaders suggest any opposition to the current bill is tantamount to supporting Obamacare.  And they discuss how ESPN’s political agenda had led to a subscriptions free fall and the need to eliminate $100 million in on-air personnel.

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  1. KC Mulville Inactive
    KC Mulville
    @KCMulville

    According to Dean, young people aren’t ideological – and his proof is that there’s no possibility that young people will ever support abortion.

    If Howard Dean is not a simple fool (a big if), let’s just say that he’s just using the word “ideological” in a way with which I’m not familiar.

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  2. Umbra Fractus Inactive
    Umbra Fractus
    @UmbraFractus

    They also wince as Republicans are divided about how to overhaul Obamacare and leaders suggest any opposition to the current bill is tantamount to supporting Obamacare.

    They’re just using the tactics of Trump supporters.

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