The current results are as favorable for Republicans or more so than the CNN/Gallup polls taken at this point in the 1994, 1996, 1998, 2000, 2002 and 2004, cycles in which Republican House candidates received more votes than Democratic candidates . All of which leads me to second Charlie Cook’s suggestion that if the election were held today, Republicans would gain more than the 40 seats they need to get a majority in the House. I would go further and say that if the election were held today Republicans would do better than in 1994 or 2002, their best years since the “had enough?” Republican landslide of 1946.
Yes, it is very early and a lot can change. But it looks increasingly grim – well, grim for the Democrats, that is.
The left is currently marching in lockstep, repeating word-for-word the message that is being orchestrated by the mendacious munchkins in the Emerald House. The problem they have is that the voters have either stopped listening entirely or flat-out do not believe the words anymore.
So it’s over the cliff for the Democrats who choose to follow Barack Custer into the valley of the Little Bighorn.