Democrats Lost the War for Staying Power
Back in 2004, commentators, possibly including me, were speculating about the possibility of a "permanent majority" for Republicans along the lines of the Democratic dominance of national elections following the Great Depression. Two years later, a wave election delivered the House of Representatives to the Democrats. By 2009, Barack Obama was president, with majorities in the House and the Senate.
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