Everyone agrees that the rising tide of voter dissatisfaction with the Obama administration and Congress should produce major gains for Republicans in November’s elections. But one of the GOP’s rising stars, Rep. Paul Ryan of Wisconsin warns against overconfidence, The Hill
"Sure," Ryan told CNBC Monday when asked if the Democrats might keep their majority. "They've got a lot of money and muscle, and they haven't deployed it yet."
He also accused President Obama of playing partisan politics.
"I'm just saying, when the president himself is launching the attack against the minority party leader, this is divisive politics," Ryan said. "I'm not saying we have halos over our heads ... I'm just saying, you can see the tactic. Didn't work for us in 2006; I don't think it's going to work for them."
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