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Morning in America

Happy Wednesday.

Finally. The news is all good including the following Senate victories:

  • Claire McCaskill (Missouri)
  • Jim Webb (Virginia)
  • Sherrod Brown (Ohio)
  • Sheldon Whitehouse (Rhode Island)
  • Bob Casey, Jr. (Pennslyvania)
  • Bob Menendez (New Jersey)
  • Ben Cardin (Maryland)
  • Amy Klobuchar (Minnesota)

      (DS'06 went three for three!) Perhaps more importantly, Democrats captured six new state houses for a total of 28. Included in the mix is Ohio which bodes well for 2008. It will be nice to have the good guys counting the votes.

      Voters in 37 states weighed in on 205 ballot measures many of which attempted to promote a radically conservative agenda already ruled unconstitutional by the courts. Most of these efforts failed.

      I am still shocked that the races were so close confirming that the Democratic Party has an extraordinary amount of work to do over the next two years. Specifically, the gloves must come off to confront the racism and hatred endemic to the republican party.

      Of course, the Dems also now have to govern. Nancy Pelosi is reported to have a Speaker's style akin to that of a majority whip which is necessary to keep an historically rambunctious group in line. Fortunately, as this video montage confirms, they can't do's morning again in America.

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