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The GOP split isn't between Tea Party extremists and "Establishment" moderates. It's between extremists who want to restore the Bush strategy of running parallel covert and overt agendas vs. extremists who want to openly assert a right-wing agenda

Dear Readers:

In the last few days reporters and commentators have been discussing the sudden appearance of a deep split between Karl Rove's new initiative, The Conservative Victory Project, and supporters of the Tea Party. Many have described it as a battle between "moderates" and "extremists" in the GOP.

To put it simply, this is nonsense. In the following TDS Strategy Memo we three contributing editors of The Democratic Strategist lay out the reasons why.

To read the memo, click HERE.

We believe you will find the memo both useful and important.