Liberals are always counseled not to expect politicians to get too far ahead of the people on pet issues.

Republicans perhaps should consider the same counsel. A growing number of polls show Republican voters think their representatives in Congress are too extreme — opposing any tax increases — and have not done enough to work out the debt ceiling problem.

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