Midterm Election Victories Was a Win for Christians

Midterm Victories Was a Win for Evangelicals

President Obama has bailed out a lot of things in six years — but Tuesday night, the Democratic Party wasn’t one of them.

By night’s end, his policy failures accounted for one of the largest Republican waves to hit Capitol Hill since World War II, as the GOP won back control of Congress. With a 12-seat cushion in the House and seven-plus gains in the Senate, conservatives sent more Democrats packing than the city has moving vans.

President Obama has bailed out a lot of things in six years — but Tuesday night, the Democratic Party wasn’t one of them.

By night’s end, his policy failures accounted for one of the largest Republican waves to hit Capitol Hill since World War II, as the GOP won back control of Congress. With a 12-seat cushion in the House and seven-plus gains in the Senate, conservatives sent more Democrats packing than the city has moving vans.

Angry voters used Republicans to remind the White House that the President and his party can bypass Congress. They can even ignore the Constitution. But as long as democracy exists, they cannot silence the people. With a 52-45 edge in the Senate and a comfortable double-digit majority in the House, a new political dynamic is already taking shape. This morning, voters woke up to even more surprises, as Democrats continued to fall like dominoes in liberal strongholds like Illinois, Maryland, and Massachusetts.

In race after race, we witnessed the raw power, not of the Republican Establishment, but of voters who understood the last line of defense for America is at the ballot box. What the bruising will mean for President Obama’s last two years is anyone’s guess. “I don’t expect the President to wake up tomorrow morning and view the world any differently,” Senator Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) said. “He knows I won’t either.”

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Source: BarbWire

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