Jonathan Chait explains it all: the GOP’s all-in gamble for 2012

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The last sentence of Jonathan Chait’s must-read article in the New Yorker is just the beginning:

The deepest effect of Obama’s election upon the Republicans’ psyche has been to make them truly fear, for the first time since before Ronald Reagan, that the future is against them.

Cair explains how Republicans responded to the election of President Obama and the demographic nightmare awaiting them; and why they are gambling everything on 2012. Read the whole thing here.

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