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It should have been an easy win.  The Republicans hadn’t held that seat in the Senate since John F. Kennedy defeated Henry Cabot Lodge in 1952.  But something went terribly wrong, something that will probably echo through the summer and into the mid-term election this November.  That means that the Democrats have 10 months to either figure out what’s wrong or descend into a paralyzing psychoanalysis about the past, present and future of the party.

Guess which I think is going to happen?

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