Wednesday, December 17, 2014
"Senate Democrats Face Long Minority"
That being said, I can only hope this writer has it right...
At AmericanThinker.com, Bruce Walker recently posted the basis for his predictive comments:
"In 2016, Republicans defend only eight seats, seven of those in red states – Arizona, Mississippi, Nebraska, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, and Wyoming – and the other seat in Nevada, a purple state. Democrats, in contrast, will be defending 23 seats, including four races they should not have won in 2012 – Indiana, Missouri, Montana, and North Dakota – and four other races they could easily lose – Florida, Ohio, Virginia, and Wisconsin.
The fundamental problem that Democrats face is not which senators are up for re-election in a particular Senate class, but that a majority of the states are red and that several other states are purple."