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Defending Majority vs. Aspiring Majority

The New York Times is the latest to write about how Republicans are peppering their ads with Nancy Pelosi's image. But will it work? "'It's awful hard to make a boogeyman out of someone no one knows,' said Ed Rollins, a Republican political consultant. 'The reality is, no one is going to vote for a Republican congressman because they are afraid of Nancy Pelosi.'"

As First Read suggested yesterday, the Washington Times writes that Bush's hopes for immigration reform might fare better with a Democrat-run House.

Speaking of immigration, a group of supporters of comprehensive immigration reform (read: pro-guest worker) have created a Web site at immigration2006.org that will catalogue the won-loss records of guest-worker supporters and guest-worker opponents in the most competitive midterm races across the country.