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Catherine Rampell

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Op-Ed Columnist — Washington Post
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Opinion columnist at @washingtonpost. Previously econ reporter/moonlighting theater critic at @nytimes.

Catherine Rampell: Third-party choices unfit for office

battlecreekenquirer.com — Voting third party in this presidential election isn't merely impractical. It's unprincipled. With the two most-ever disliked major-party nominees on the ballot this year, many American voters are desperately seeking alternatives, including fictional characters and dead gorillas.

Both third-party candidates would be terrible presidents

thespectrum.com — Voting third party in this presidential election isn't merely impractical. It's unprincipled. With the two most-ever disliked major-party nominees on the ballot this year, many American voters are desperately seeking alternatives, including fictional characters and dead gorillas.

Another year of Congress, another string of broken promises

lacrossetribune.com — This was supposed to be the year that members of Congress finally started acting like grown-ups. Instead, while most of the United States has been distracted by the circus of the presidential campaign, Congress has regressed further into childishness, proving itself lazier, more incompetent and more obstructionist then even its fiercest critics could have imagined.

Both third-party candidates would be terrible presidents

washingtonpost.com — Voting third party in this presidential election isn't merely impractical. It's unprincipled. With the two most-ever disliked major-party nominees on the ballot this year, many American voters are desperately seeking alternatives, including fictional characters and dead gorillas.

Congress’ broken promises continue to pile up

theday.com — This was supposed to be the year that members of Congress finally started acting like grown-ups. Instead, while most of the United States has been distracted by the circus of the presidential campaign, Congress has regressed further into childishness, proving itself lazier, more incompetent and more obstructionist then even its fiercest critics could have imagined.

Catherine Rampell: The heckler's veto is back as "safety"

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Another year of Congress, another string of broken promises

reviewjournal.com — This was supposed to be the year that members of Congress finally started acting like grown-ups. Instead, while most of the United States has been distracted by the circus of the presidential campaign, Congress has regressed further into childishness, proving itself lazier, more incompetent and more obstructionist then critics could have imagined.

Rampell: Congress is still broken

milforddailynews.com — This was supposed to be the year that members of Congress finally started acting like grown-ups.Instead, while most of the United States has been distracted by the circus of the presidential campaign, Congress has regressed further into childishness, proving itself lazier, more incompetent and more obstructionist then even its fiercest critics could have imagined.Not so long ago, House Speaker Paul Ryan (R-Wis.)

Rampell: Congress is still broken

metrowestdailynews.com — This was supposed to be the year that members of Congress finally started acting like grown-ups.Instead, while most of the United States has been distracted by the circus of the presidential campaign, Congress has regressed further into childishness, proving itself lazier, more incompetent and more obstructionist then even its fiercest critics could have imagined.Not so long ago, House Speaker Paul Ryan (R-Wis.)

A Congress without a purpose

mysanantonio.com — while most of the United States has been distracted by the circus of the presidential campaign, Congress has regressed further into childishness, proving itself lazier, more incompetent and more obstructionist then even its fiercest critics could have imagined. "Regular order" meant that congressional committees would allocate taxpayer money thoughtfully, branch by branch and agency by agency, in 12 separate "regular" appropriations bills.
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Sep 30, 2016

RT @rsolonhamer: Forget "electability." Judged on their own merits, @GovGaryJohnson and @DrJillStein are atrocious candidates. https://t.co/WfmDyYlc0w

Sep 30, 2016

Johnson/Stein haven't felt need to do their homework. If you give them your vote, you haven't done yours, either  http://wpo.st/JFi12 

Sep 30, 2016

RT @Yair_Rosenberg: The ADL, like the rest of us, is confused and offended, but mostly just confused. https://t.co/g640rS0Ekd

Sep 30, 2016

RT @sweitz: Voting third party in this presidential election isn’t merely impractical. It’s unprincipled. via @crampell https://t.co/aN7eRDXSCz

Sep 30, 2016

It’s never a good sign when an entire new genre of political gaffe is named after something you did.  http://wpo.st/nGh12  #aleppomoment

Sep 30, 2016

RT @sitaranieves: "an aide directed (Gary) Johnson to a room named for Harriet Tubman, and Johnson replied, “Who’s Harriet Tubman?” https://t.co/Cq39Senv9c

Sep 30, 2016

RT @jonathanchait: I never realized how committed Gary Johnson is to the principle of not knowing facts. He's an ignorantarian.… https://t.co/2XQUYvG1ci


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