Hillary Clinton is obviously the GOP's last hope for keeping the White House next year. But is she enough to compensate for the lack of new ideas, aura of nastiness, stench of corruption, and intellectual incoherence that festoons the right? Dave Weigel is skeptical. James Joyner thinks pure negativism doesn't work. Drum disagrees. Dreher quips:

Do Republicans have new arguments? I hadn't noticed.

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