Debt-Limit Fallout 

Senator Corker, though a spending-cut pioneer, remains on a Tea Party hit list.

Perhaps the oddest consequence of the entire debt-limit debacle is that U.S. senator Bob Corker, the Tennessean who did as much as anybody in Congress to re-orient thinking in Washington toward the preeminence of spending reduction as a goal, may have thereby…

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