Allen’s Reboot 

Six years later, George Allen returns to a dramatically different Republican Party.

I have no way of reading George Allen’s mind, but I’d imagine that, for the second time in six years, he wonders how things got this complicated. In 2006 the former Virginia governor looked likely to win a second U.S. Senate…

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