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Recent polling shows that an election wave of anti-ObamaCare sentiment is growing, and it is not only likely to hand the GOP control of the United States Senate, but might wipe out as many as 12 Democrat seats--many of which looked safe just a few months ago.
Back in July, Five Thirty Eight's election guru Nate Silver believed that control of the Senate was a tossup. That has all changed now that voters got their first real look at the brutal consequences of ObamaCare.
My concern is if there is a turnover in the senate what can we expect in the future for America? My guess is more years of gridlock and the presidential veto stamp will be working overtime.
My guess is more years of gridlock...
One can only hope. Political gridlock is the only net positive to come out of the foreign city-state of the District of Columbia. Think of where we'd be if either party had full reign.
No way will the Republicans take the Senate. Will the approval rating they have now they will be lucky to hold onto anything.