We heard that the Tea Party was going to stage a revolution tonight and not only did it not happen in the Senate but they lost more elections than helped win. It was the Senate where the most radical Tea Party members were running. Voters didn't seem to vote for the Republicans but rather against the status quo when it comes to the economy.
This was a vote against gridlock, so if the Republicans think that this "victory" gives them the green light to pull a government shut-down of business then I don't think the voters will reward that in 2012.
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