Showdown ’06

SHOWDOWN ’06….The mucky mucks at Washington Monthly’s palatial chrome and glass headquarters in Washington DC tell me that by the time I wake up Tuesday morning the cover will be stripped away from that enormous banner that’s been hovering over the site for the past few days. Underneath, it turns out, will be another blog.

And I’ll be just as curious to see it as you. It’s going to be all about the midterms, and it will feature a bunch of plugged-in guest posters, including Paul Begala, Matt Cooper, our own Rebecca Sinderbrand, and more. They’ll be following all the nitty gritty stuff that I don’t spend much time on, and with everything happening this week they sure picked a good time to get started. Just click the banner to head over and see what they’re saying.

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