. . . and routes around it. From what I've seen, this video is getting yanked from YouTube and other sites, so I thought I'd host it until Photobucket gets pissy.
From what I've read recently 14 House Republicans, 10 House Democrats, six Senate Republicans and two Senate Democrats have announced that they will not be running for re-election. Who will be replacing them? And what about the Democrats who do run?
Of course, I'm going to repeat Ken's comment from this post:
Yeeeeaaaaaahhhh, but the idea of hangin' our hats on 2010/2012 puts me in mind of a comment from a post at Jaded Haven. Quoted in part: the subject of Daphne's post "...is prepared to learn that he must leave it to Republicans to move the progressive agenda at a pace at which it can be absorbed."Voting out the Democrats does not equal "taking back the country." There's a reason the Stupid Party is called "Democrat-Lite," and the choice between the Evil Party and the Stupid Party a choice between castration and a wedgie.
In your heart, you know he's right.