But Will It Matter? "With just two months to go before the November elections, pollsters and political scientists are predicting a blow-out loss for Democrats that could rival the Republican Revolution of 1994," writes Mike Allen at Politico.
But even if a tsunami occurs, there will be genuine progress only if a resurgent GOP advances on the basis of the freedoms and responsibilities set forth in the Declaration and Constitution.
For it is one thing to reject the corrupt and statist status quo rooted in a secularist belief system, a status quo to which both major political parties have contributed.
It is another thing to replace the current failure with a superior vision based on reality-oriented information given and verified in history by the Creator, who the American Founders respect as the transcendent ground of unalienable rights, as clearly articulated in the Declaration of Independence.
The Democrat Party is, of course, welcome to re-enter the American mainstream, but Obama & Co. show no interest in doing so.
Hat tip: Mark Tapscott