Well, no one comes here for informed punditry or prognostications of the political future and so on.
In brief, I'm pleased the Republicans got a well deserved thrashing - for the huge mess that has been Iraq, for corruption, for sleaze. The Dems, especially the party's leftward fringe, should remember that this still remains a rather conservative country, however. This was an anti-Republican election. Not a pro-Democrat one, (whatever that would mean).
As an ardent pro-lifer, I am very ambivalent about the Democratic party overall, especially hitherto dogmatic approach to abortion, but am glad that pro-life Democracts were allowed to run (and won!). [Not that I'm not ambivalent about the Republicans either.]
And the one thing I hope, apart from (wishful thinking?) new direction in Iraq, is that Bush and a Democractic Congress and actually bring about some serious immigration reform.
Now for the real coverage:
Jonah Goldberg at NRO has this hilarious quote, paraphrasing a famous TV personality: "I for one welcome our new Democratic overlords. I'd like to remind them that as a trusted rightwing personality, I can be helpful in rounding up others to toil in their underground sugar caves."
And the winner is .... [drumroll] .... The Onion, of course:
Politicians sweep mid-term elections.