Now as much as I hope that Harry Reid gives up his position, and as much as I think it's likely today, here is my somewhat pessimistic prediction for the outcome of the elections today at the national level. Whether the GOP wins the Senate or not, the President is a consummate politician with the media in his back pocket and guarding him well. As others have noted, if only the Secret Service were that good.
Hence, my prediction is that whatever gains are made, they will be stymied by Mr. Obama. The Democrats will stymie attempts to vote on repealing Obamacare, as there is little chance the GOP will take a filibuster-proof majority there, and even if a vote is taken, the bill will be vetoed by the President.
The most I am hoping for is a slowing in the rate of growth of government, and perhaps a slight roadblock for the worst of Mr. Obama's judicial and other nominees. Real progress will have to wait for national repentance for the debacle of Barry Soetoro and 2016.
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