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I didn't make any predictions in 2012.
The legislature rarely gets the blame, as people say they don't like Congress, but like their Representative.
You, and the rest of the left, want the GOP to be the President's water carrier, the system of checks and balances doesn't work that way.
We also know that enough of the D base doesn't turn out without the Occupier on the ballot. That means they will probably lose some of the house seats they won in 2012.
For instance, Allen West was defeated by (fraud) a D last year, because he was highly polarizing, and Obama used racial anger over the Trayvon Marin case to juice up FL minority turnout.
The district is R+3, odds are that the D is a one-termer if a non-polarizing R is nominated.
Now, I have made a prediction regarding this year, as I expect the RINO nominated in MA to do a bit better than expected, and if Benghazi blowup is significant, he will win.
Have you paid any attention to the special Senate race in Mass.? Your beloved Republican is trying to sell himself as a Democrat.