Separated and Unequal

There has been barely a squawk from any significant and/or loud Democratic voice over Harry Reid’s tax accusations or the new Obama super PAC ad.

And yet when Romney spokesperson Andrea Saul makes some stray, random remark about health care, Rush Limbaugh, Ann Coulter, and Erick Erickson go code red in their criticism of Romney and his campaign.

As a snapshot of a key metric — control over their extended teams and keeping people in line — Chicago seems to have a big advantage on this one.

Related Topics: Andrea Saul, Ann Coulter, healthcare, Mitt Romney, Romneycare, rush limbaugh, 2012 Elections, Ads, Democratic Party, News, Republican Party, The Page

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