Matt Purple’s got a great change of subject for Republicans concerned about election futures (HERE). When there are laments about how shallow the Republican bench for 2016 is beyond Christie and Rubio, he’s got a new topic of conversation:
Let’s step onto the 2016 chessboard, no matter how premature it might seem. Republicans certainly have their problems. But focusing obsessively on them obscures the woeful state of affairs on the other side of the aisle.
Or better, focusing on the woeful state on the other side of the aisle obscures the Republican problems.