by Howard Portnoy
“Republicans didn’t win as big as you think they did. And Obama didn’t lose.” So declares the headline of an article in London’s Guardian by liberal apologist Gary Younge, who further assures bruised Democratic egos:
In the end, there was no Republican wave. Indeed, ideologically it was barely a ripple. Unlike 2010, with the Tea Party, or 2006, when the Democrats took over, there was no all-encompassing agenda or over-arching theme. The Republicans won the US midterms – there’s no denying that – but they didn’t win as big as it first seems.
Then a little later, this:
This election was not a referendum on Obama. Or if it was, it was inconclusive. He is as much the president in New Hampshire, where Democrats won a Senate seat, as in Colorado and Georgia, where they lost.
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