Republicans are still damaged goods? This was a shellacking of epic proportions for Gods sake and the bubble dwellers still don't get it, or don't want to get it.
From John Hinderaker.
The reality is that, seemingly unnoticed, the GOP has assumed the status of a majority party. This didn’t just happen last night; the trend has been underway for years. Nor is it merely the fact that beginning in January, Republicans will outnumber Democrats in the Senate by 54-46. Or that Republicans will control more House seats, probably around 247 compared to 185 for the Democrats, than at any time since the 1920s.
The trend toward Republican dominance is most visible at the state and local level. Next year, 32 states will have Republican governors; only 18 will be governed by Democrats. And Republicans will probably control a stunning 65 of the nation’s 98 partisan legislative chambers, almost exactly double the Democrats’ 33 chambers. In recent years, Americans have shown a clear preference at the state and local level for pulling the GOP lever.Make no mistake, Tuesday Nov. 4th 2014 was as bad a ass kicking as the Democrats have taken in my lifetime, and I am no spring chicken!