When it hits, the explosion's going to be fucking cool.
What am I describing here?
I voted yesterday morning. In fact, I was #6, and the first one to use the new paper ballots. (Illinois gave you a choice: Paper or hackable. ;p)
Losing the House is a nice kick in the balls to the GOP. But if they lose the Senate to, especially on a mid-term... I'm going to wonder just how fast (and correctly) Wubya can say "Quack."
But as it stands right now, Montana and Virgina are still up in the air, with both senate races there are too close to count. However, the Dems are leading in both, (If only by a small margin in Montana.) and we had enough of recount-a-go-go in 2000. I suspecting them to fall left.
And technically, even if the Dems take the last two seats, neither party's going to have the true majority in the Senate. The two independents/other party candidates (Lieberman in CT and Sanders in VT) put the balance, with blue wins, at 49-49-2. And no, I don't count the VP as a Senator. :P
And finally, some GOPers aren't going down without a fight. Or, apparently, just fighting.