The overall dynamic favors Republicans, who look poised to maintain their hold on the House. More Democrats than Republicans have retired in districts where they were endangered, and more Republicans benefited from the decennial redistricting, leaving the Democrats with too small a cushion of Teflon incumbents as they try to regain a majority in the House.
Of the 80 races viewed as most competitive by The New York Times, based on polls and interviews with independent analysts, 32 are leaning Republican, 23 are leaning Democratic and 25 are tossups.YEAH BABY!
AND WE CAN TAKE THE SENATE - AND THE WHITE HOUSE!
IF WE FAIL TO DEFEAT OBAMA, THEN I PRAY WE IMPEACH THE BASTARD - OVER FAST AND FURIOUS OR THE GREEN ECONOMY SCANDALS.