If I don't say something about the shellacking of the Democratic party last week, I'd be remiss of my blogging duties. But on the other hand, it feels like beating a dead horse.
After all, everyone saw this coming. Didn't they?
Well maybe not everyone...
But anyone who is actually in touch with reality saw it coming.
As one of the many who aren't any more fond of Republicans than Democrats, (I agree with Repubs supposed philosophy of smaller gov't is all) I will say that Boehner and Senate newcomer Marco Rubio at least struck the right tone after their victories:
Boehner didn't gloat. Instead he took a more sobering position about what lies ahead for the country.
Meanwhile, Pelosi hangs on until the last moment, even seeking position as minority leader - not quite understanding what the American public told her on November 2nd. Further proving how out of touch this woman and her party are from the crumpet cracker eatin' ill-informed tea drinking everyday America that the rest of us know.
Don't miss Cleveland's response to Lebron and Nike's latest commercial:
Lebron couldn't possibly have predicted this. If it wasn't eating him up inside, he wouldn't be making these ambiguous I-made-a-tough-choice commercials as a means to defend what he did. He can't win a title with the glory he would have in Cleveland, and now youtubers are showing him how they feel. And they're using his million dollar ads as a vehicle to answer his rhetorical defenses.
It has to hurt.