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Will The Ryan Budget usher in an era of one party control in DC?

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Greg Mitchell thinks that’s a possibility.

But now Gallup has just found an astonishing surge in those who say right now they want one-party control. Since Obama is doing well at Gallup right now–maintaining a 6% lead today–this would suggest that many folks may also vote for Dems for Congress in an effort to give him something to work with.

So, the Ryan Budget appears to be sinking 1) The Romney campaign, 2) Ryan’s re-election campaign (did you hear he’s too chicken to even debate Rob Zerban?), 3) and creating a desire for Democratic party hegemony in Washington. (read this link)

The Ryan Budget was treated like a serious document by the press who didn’t bother to report on it contents. Now that Paul Ryan and The Ryan Budget are finally getting some attention, people, I mean voters, are horrified by what’s in it.

And they are running in the opposite direction. Maybe they will keep running until they are to the left of Simpson-Bowles?

[rubs hands gleefully while waiting for next new polls to come out]

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Cynthia Kouril

Cynthia Kouril

Cynthia Kouril is a former Special Assistant United States Attorney in the Southern District of New York under several different U.S. Attorneys, former counsel to the Inspector General for the N.Y.C. Department of Environmental Protection where she investigated threats to the New York City water supply and other environmental crimes, as well as public corruption and fraud against the government, former Examining Attorney at the N.Y.C. Department of Investigation and former Capital Construction Counsel at New York City Parks and Recreation.
She is now in private practice with a colleague whom she met while at the USA Attorney's Office. Ms. Kouril is a member of the Steering Committee, National Committeewoman and Regional Coordinator for the New York Democratic Lawyers Council, a member of the Program Committee of the Federal Bar Council and a member of the Election Law Committee at the Association of the Bar of the City of New York. She is active in several other Bar Associations.
Most important of all, she is a soccer mom.