I think it is absolutely hysterical how the media and Democrats (but I repeat myself) are falling all over themselves repeating how Tuesday's election didn't mean anything. They've contorted a historic GOP win (both Massachusetts and Illinois now have Republican governors) into "doesn't matter". The Republicans picked up seats in Congress, added more Governor's mansions, and re-took the Senate, and the takeaway is that this is... good for Hillary!?
Yeah, that's it. The American people just tossed the Democrats out on their collective ears and handed the Senate gavel to McConnell because they're itching to vote for Hillary! in 2016. Sure. Keep thinking that.
The media was hardly as circumspect in 2006, when the GOP lost the Senate and the majority of governor's races. It was a stinging referendum on the Bush presidency - even though the GOP lost fewer Senate seats in 2006 (6) than the Democrats lost in 2014 (7). It's amazing what a difference 8 scant years makes, isn't it?
Of course, Obama's just going full speed ahead on immigration "reform" - a red-button issue with the GOP, despite the clear message sent Tuesday about his policies. In a world where the media wasn't in the tank for one party, a journalist might ask hard questions of the president. Like how he can claim the GOP is obstructing his policies when they clearly are doing their jobs and representing the people.
After all, "[they] won"...
That is all.