As things stand now, I think it’ll be a mixed bag at best. The GOP will likely hold onto the House and has a 50/50 chance of winning the Senate.
In WI, Walker will probably survive (barely) the recall attempt, but by the law of averages, at least one of the GOP senators there will fall. With the Voter ID law hamstrung by a pro-recall judge, the door is open for widespread fraud, so it’ll be up to patriotic citizens to monitor the polling locations.
I’m not confident at all about the Presidential race.
“As things stand now, I think itll be a mixed bag at best. The GOP will likely hold onto the House and has a 50/50 chance of winning the Senate.”
Unfortunately, Boehner and McConnell have shown themselves to be supporters of the status quo and not reformers of the socialist welfare state. A Romney Presidency with Boehner and McConnell leading Congress is likely to sustain the substantial changes (regulatory and legislative) accomplished by Obama/Pelosi/Reid and not roll them back. Plus this “moderate” leadership team is unlikely to make any progress toward fiscal responsibility.