The silence has been broken. I have often deplored lack of public discussion of U. President Obama and Repre-sentative Paul Ryan, Republican of Wisconsin, responded by addressing too much poverty and too little mobility in our nation. The pope himself spoke about this.
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There is a lot of talk about Mr. But such thinking is short-sighted for a number of reasons. In any case, exit polls still show that a plurality of Americans self-identify as independent, while more are conservative than liberal. America has not shifted to the left. Instead, a conservative but mostly independent America—either reacting against the current administration or putting faith in the Obama appeal or both—has voted in a man promising to transcend the political divide. Additionally, Mr. It only took Mr.
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Coming out of the election, the American political landscape decidedly favored the Republican Party. The GOP had extensive appeal among a disparate group of voters in the middle of the electorate, drew extraordinary loyalty from its own varied constituencies, and made some inroads among conservative Democrats. These advantages outweighed continued nationwide parity in party affiliation.