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Politics: When one party spends virtually all its time careening from one personal attack to another, and virtually no time at all actually legislating, it may be time for that party to take stock. Got that, Democrats?
We happen to believe that America's democracy is well served by having two strong parties that articulate clear, strong visions for the future. That means putting forward a coherent philosophy -- saying what you believe and what you'll do to address the critical problems of the day -- and then slugging it out in the marketplace of ideas.
Which is exactly what Democrats aren't doing these days.
Indeed, they seem so fixated on taking …