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Old November 7, 2012, 12:49 AM   #29
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The House will remain under one party's control, and the Senate under the control of the other. Regardless of who won, tonight, the ability of the President to ramrod policy through is simply not there. The bigger threat, if there is one, will lie in bench nominations.
  1. He doesn't need the House to appoint judges or sign treaties, just the Senate.
  2. I'm not sure Romney would have been all that much better.
  3. Our only hope after Tampa was for the Senate to go R (then the prez didn't really matter) and that's not happening.
  4. We are F'd.
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