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June 5, 2013 - 4:35 am

On Monday it was Chris Cillizza and Sean Sullivan for WaPo, and Caitlin Huey-Burns at RCP. Then Joan Walsh and Alex Witt were warning that the GOP would “overreach” on the IRS scandal. Today, Leonard Pitts:

An old political axiom says that you should never interfere while an opponent is busy destroying himself. Not that Team Obama is destroying itself, but it is undeniably wounded. That should be the story here. Instead, the story is becoming — again — GOP overreach, opportunism and craziness.

The IRS is on the warpath against conservative groups, but Darrell Issa is nuts.

Glad we’re all — all — on the same page here.

Stephen Green began blogging at VodkaPundit.com in early 2002, and has served as PJMedia's Denver editor since 2008. He's one of the hosts on PJTV, and one-third of PJTV's Trifecta team with Scott Ott and Bill Whittle. Steve lives with his wife and sons in the hills and woods of Monument, Colorado, where he enjoys the occasional lovely adult beverage.

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"Instead, the story is becoming — again — GOP overreach, opportunism and craziness."

Actually it looks to me like the story is the BSM's willingness to try to provide rhetorical cover for the overreach, opportunism and craziness of the Unicorn Prince and his minions.
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Can someone explain how the OUT OF POWER party can OVERREACH?
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You'd have to understand the mind of the liberal - what little there is of it - to figure it out.
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About the only thing harder than figuring out the mind of a woman --- figuring out the mind of a progressive.

As most would say -- fuggettaboutit!
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As a former progessive, I must say it is pretty easy to figure out their mind. Start with wishful thinking, add some unwillingness to believe things that contradict that wishful thinking, and a willingness to believe whatever (factual or not) supports that wishful thinking - plus a bit of willingness to believe anything that a like-minded peer says - and you have it. Basically imagine what an idealistic 13 year old would think in this situation, and you've got a liberal.
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Simpler way of saying it:

The liberal: "If I want it to be true, I will believe it. If I don't want it to be true, then I won't believe it."
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The mind of a woman is like a ball of wire. The mind of a vile prog is like a helium balloon.
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