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Lanny Davis: GOP Passage of Bills Would Hurt 2016 Chances

By    |   Friday, 31 Oct 2014 04:24 PM

If Republicans recapture the Senate and try to ram some 350 stalled bills through for the president's signature, they may be setting themselves up for a fall in 2016, says Washington lawyer Lanny Davis, former special counsel to President Bill Clinton.

"[It's like] Clint Eastwood — make my day and pass those 350 bills and then we'll run on those bills in 2016 and win by a 49 state landslide because they're extremist, nonrealistic stuff that's only introduced because they are never going to get passed," Davis said Friday on "The Steve Malzberg Show" on Newsmax TV.

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"These are the kinds of bills introduced nobody thinks will ever be passed, so it's OK to introduce them and pass them in the House because, thank goodness, the Senate won't enact in that."

"You're going to be taking the Republican Party out of the mainstream if you pass all those bills because you'll be offending the great center of the country, which will elect the next president."

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If Republicans recapture the Senate and try to ram some 350 stalled bills through for the president's signature, they may be setting themselves up for a fall in 2016, says Washington lawyer Lanny Davis, former special counsel to President Bill Clinton.
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