By “difficult Democrats” Waxman means those Democrats who don’t come from liberal, Kool-Aid drinking, gerrymandered districts.
The Hill: Rep. Henry Waxman (D-Calif.) believes the November elections will likely weed out some of the “most difficult Democrats” that leadership lawmakers have dealt with this Congress.
In an interview with The Hill, the Energy and Commerce Committee chairman expressed confidence that Democrats will retain the House, and suggested he won’t miss some of the Democrats who won’t be back next year.
“I think a lot of the House seats we’re going to lose are those who have been the toughest for the Democrats to pull into line — the Democrats that have been the most difficult,” Waxman said.
I won’t miss them either. But Waxman, who looks like he fails from Whoville, offers a twisted view of bipartisanship.