“I’m agnostic about Bernanke, but I think his renomination is (EDIT: not) nearly important as his supporters and detractors imply.”
“He's accepting, by the way, his renomination, which is what President Bush does tomorrow.”
“Sen. Orrin Hatch R-Utah called the renomination "a disappointing decision.”
“The fact that Republicans went along with the renomination of a conservative, Republican-appointed Fed Chair says nothing about how they would respond to the appointment of left-leaning economists.”
“The legislators who are so against his renomination would be better put to speed up financial reform.”
“What I can not fathom is the support that progressive economists like Paul Krugman and Brad DeLong have shown for him throughout this crisis, and now for renomination.”
“Last cycle, three incumbent senators lost renomination; two of them lost to tea party-backed candidates.”
“After all, his father had returned from his ambassadorship to England determined to derail President Roosevelt's re-election in the fall of 1940; Joe Jr. had become a prominent American Firster, and voted against President Roosevelt's renomination as Democratic party candidate - and Robert Kennedy even worked for Joe McCarthy.”
“Two GOP senators lost their renomination bids in 2010, although one of them, Alaska's Lisa Murkowski, won the general election as a write-in candidate.”
“Much eyebrow-raising amongst the enviros on rumors that former Republican senator Bob Bennett of Utah, who lost a renomination bid last year for another term, is being hired by the Wilderness Society.”
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