Giant Sucking Sound Scares GOP

But Can Dems Capitalize in November?

What a difference a year makes. When voters went to the polls last year, the stock market was down but recovery seemed just around the corner. A month later Enron collapsed, beginning what has become the unraveling of one of the biggest financial scandals in 70 years. As bilked investors and workers who were mugged of their life savings view line-up photos of suspects, they are increasingly picking out Republicans who pushed corporate-backed deregulation following the GOP's 1994 sweep of the House of Representatives. The question voters want to know before they go vote this November is: are Democrats offering genuine reforms or just a change of party? » Read more at theDailyEnron.com

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