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“But so far, the president has failed to challenge the inside-the-beltway narrative of debt and deficit "crisis," or lay out a vision of a government working for the common good.”
“Virtually every city, county, and state is in economic crisis led by Texas and California, but that seems irrelevant to those trapped by inside-the-beltway groupthink.”
“Installing hacks in career jobs (“burrowing in” is the inside-the-beltway term for it) as political payback is and should be illegal.”
“Tell me, if these mavens of inside-the-beltway inter-connectivity who sometimes even had personal access to Teh Won could not tell what kind of person he was, why do they have jobs writing about current events?”
“Palin is marketing herself as the outsider, so to me, this would look like another inside-the-beltway kind of action where principle is sacrificed just to get another person with and “R” next to their name.”
“The knowing, conventional-wisdom, inside-the-beltway types, together with bored, cynical outside-the beltway types, are already shrugging about the election.”
“It's a certainty in Washington that lobbyist talking points and inside-the-beltway speeches are going to be overblown and exaggerated.”
“Rather than mobilizing the millions of supporters who had helped get him elected, Obama instead pursued an inside-the-beltway "K Street strategy" to achieving health care reform.”
“What vexes me, having observed this game over the last couple years, is that the people accused of being inside-the-beltway sellouts are often the folks who write exactly what they believe; whereas the kinds of publications that rank-and-file conservatives revere for “never selling out” actually do so all the time.”
“It will never happen" is freely tossed around with a casual arrogance that being inside-the-beltway fosters.”
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