Rahm Emmanuel tells fellow democrats to stop worrying about the moral victory and do what the Tea Party did because it works.
As he did last month at an event in Washington, D.C., the mayor expanded on what he believes is the road map back to power for his party — putting moderate candidates such as veterans, football players, sheriffs and business people up in Republican districts, picking battles with Republicans, exploiting wedges within the GOP and fighting attempts to redistrict Congress on partisan grounds.
Related: Scott Adams is upset with UC Berkeley.
See also: Fight the Right. You want to teach self-defense, great. You want to teach one political party how to punch the other political party, bad.