I wouldn't go counting the votes just yet. By next November the impact of the Affordable Care Act will be on display for all to see. If the final operation is as shaky as the rollout and as disastrous as many think it will be then I would expect more Tea Party Republicans to be sworn in January 2015. I also expect that Tea Party candidates will challenge established Republicans and beat them in primaries. The country is changing. If Tea Party Republicans like Cruz did nothing else they started a public conversation about spending, the debt and ObamaCare. If people start looking at the facts rather than listening to the same old rhetoric and name calling, it could be real game changer.<quoted text>'mornin' sweetheart. glad to know you're still in puppet mode. just remember it's the weekend. time to wash that sock. gotta be getting pretty stanky with all the spew and skeet juice. all the best to you and your man/wife in utica.
love, lefty larry (syracuse)
meanwhile back on planet earth. 14... yup 14 republican house seats are already trending democrat for 2014....and we know what that means! LOL
When President Obama was first elected in 2008 the Democrats also took control of both houses of congress. At that time, like you did in your post, I can remember MSNBC hosts talking about Democrats controlling congress for years to come. Exactly 2 years later in the midterm elections Republicans picked up 63 seats in the House(once again gaining control) and 6 seats in the Senate as well as beating Democrats big in state governments.
2014 is going to be a very telling year.