The Washington Post says Tea-Partier David Brat was "more interested in campaigning to make a point than in winning." But win he did in yesterday's Virginia Republican primary against the most influential conservative in Congress, Eric Cantor. Ironically, the House Majority Leader spent $5 million in yesterday's Republican primary and his polls showed him 35 points ahead of College Professor Brat — who spent $200,000. Norm Ornstein is resident scholar at the American Enterprise Institute.
Eric Cantor's Shakespearean Fall
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