Dick Morris‘ latest column on Newsmax.com is prediction a massive loss for the GOP in the upcoming election.
While Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., hangs in there, locked in a tough race with Sen. Barack Obama, D-Ill., the Republican undercard is facing obliteration in the 2008 general elections for the Senate.
Polling suggests that a massacre may be in the offing — and one that’s possibly even greater than the worst of previous GOP years: 1958, 1964, 1974, 1986, and 2006.
The sad thing is that Morris is right. Even more sad is the fact that the likely replacements for the GOP in the Senate are even more pro-big government, tax and spend, and earmark-friendly. It seems that voters are looking for “change” for change’s sake and not considering that the change they’ll get is going to lead us back to the days of Jimmy Carter, Mike Mansfield/Robert Byrd, and Tip O’Neil.