We hope the new issue of WaMo will give you something nourishing to chew on in the week between the holidays. It offers a fresh reason for a year-end tax-deductible donation to our small but mighty operation.
Until you dig into the issue, though, here are some midday snacks:
* New CNN/ORC survey shows GOP opening up 49/44 advantage in congressional generic ballot (among RVs), a 13-point swing since October, with most movement being among white men.
* Excellent Linda Greenhouse piece reminding us of abiding differences between liberals and conservatives about value (and immutability) of original Constitution.
* AP’s Bill Barrow provides useful roundup of how Obamacare strategy and tactics are dividing Republicans in Senate primaries.
* Politico‘s David Nather outlines anecdotes spinmeisters will be looking for when ACA coverage expansion takes full effect on January 1.
* At Ten Miles Square, Seth Masket makes case for strategic resignation by Justice Ginsburg (and perhaps Justice Breyer).
And in non-political news:
* Vegas cab driver returns $300k in cash left in taxi to forgetful passenger. Cab company gives him $1k “reward,” but big tip would be nice.
As we break for lunch, here’s Darin Murphy with a different song entitled “Boxing Day.”