The Democratic Party is appearing increasingly unglued, its members at war with one another. And last night's State of the Union address is unlikely to restore President Obama to his previous rock star status.
While the left experiences the political equivalent of a nervous breakdown, the badly bruised Republican Party is rising. As many begin to look to the right and its candidates for answers, the GOP must use caution as it seeks to regain power. Trying to orchestrate a major reinvention would be a big mistake.
Despite the resurgence, there's no question that the right suffers from a leadership vacuum. Still, this gaping hole should not be a cause for concern. Contrary to the beliefs of insiders and political enthusiasts, the right does not need a Sherpa, a Ronald Reagan resurrected from the dead, a new savior — yet.
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