More on the politics of the day (especially since lousy Kansas destroyed my bracket). I know the GOP and Tea Partiers and rubbing their hands together getting ready for a huge gain in one or both chambers of our fair Congress. But, 8 months is a long time. Look at recent history, for example. Don't forget, McCain was polling great against both potential Democratic presidential nominees, Obama and Clinton, in late March and early April of 2008 in key batteground states. Let me be clear, I think the Dems will lose seats in the House for sure and maybe even the Senate. However, it may not be as bad for Dems and good for GOP'ers.
Things can and will change. Voters attention will shift away from health insurance reform by Nov. 2010, trust me. Surely Glenn Beck will come up with another political crisis at which he can point his fanatical Tea Party followers by Nov. 2010. And don't forget that Tea Party candidates may run and split the GOP votes in some midterm elections. Look at what happened in the upstate New York special election in 2008, a Dem won a seat that been held by the GOP since Reconstruction. Financial regulation reform is the next political fight to be had and it should be a doozy. Who knows what will be at the top of voters' lists as THE important issue when Nov. 2010 rolls around. Memories fade. It's only March 2010 not November 2010. 8 months till the midterm elections is a long, long, long time, especially in politics. To quote a good friend of mine, "I'm not saying, I'm just saying."