The political winds are blowing strong in Mississippi

There has been much discussion about the elections of 2010, mostly centered on what the voters were trying to tell the political class in Washington, D.C.

Many people (me included) believe the message of the election was a loud, stark statement by the American electorate that the president and congressional leadership had focused too much on policies that were to the far left of the political spectrum.

Others have a very different viewpoint and have even gone so far as to say the policies advanced by the Democratic leadership in Washington were not liberal enough.

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Joe Nosef of Jackson is an attorney and a reader member of The Clarion-Ledger Editorial Board.