Thursday, December 08, 2005

Democrats Would Do well to Remember This

Stu Rothenberg has his Roll Call column up regarding how Democrats have, for the most part, avoided the personalization and name calling on the 2006 Congressional elections, unlike what the GOP did in 1998.

There is frequently a desire by partisans to do some name calling, it just feels good sometimes. But name calling isn't a strategy, and can often turn off those who are on the fence. And honestly, with so many real issues that can be used to attack Republicans, to advocate an "impeachment strategy" is just silly.