(I know. I can’t decide which pic to use, so I’m using both.)
What is with Dickerson’s headlines?
On the front page of Slate (and his author’s page):
Click on that and you get this:
Back From the Dead
A year ago immigration reform was crucial for many Republicans. That was before they felt confident about 2014.
If you come from another direction—say, RealClearPolitics—you get:
By now, I’m expecting John to go on an analysis where he shows how Republicans are now going to lose because they’re not going after all those hispanic voters just waiting for them to sign on to immigration “reform.”
And he doesn’t.
In fact, once I get past the distraction of the dueling headlines and the poster-sized picture of Priebus—oh, and the stupid “tsunami” nonsense—I really don’t find much to quibble with.
Well, maybe the normally-meticulous Dickerson linking the tsunami prediction with a “meteorological determination.”
Other than that, it’s a useful analysis.
The real moral of the Lessons Learned story?