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I disagree and in a way you make my point as far as the shutdown and these recent polls blaming the GOP for it not being a factor in 2014. The majority of people could care less about any of the issues today that is only for the cable news audience and political junkies which represent a small slice of the pie, unless it is hot a month or so before the election it's not a game changer. In the case of the obama WH scandals they are real and I know you followed them when Carney was speechless a number of times knowing they were backed into a corner. Because this administration has taken stonewalling and covering up to a new level the investigations are bogged down but have not gone away. I'm not sure what will happen by election time but some of these are for real and some are already inside the WH as in the case of the IRS. I don't expect much out of Bhengazi now that will come up in the 2016 democrat primary whoever wants to defeat hillary, it's just too good to pass up. So as I said before, barring a major event the difference in the election will be the success or failure of the ACA.
Don't be surprised if a number of liberals jump ship as some like Jon Stewart have already done when it affects their pocket books, remember Whoopie.
Posted by kovalev6
Looks like you're optimistic that most people will forget the shutdown/debt ceiling fight before Nov 2014, but I don't think so. We've had too many of these "saved at the last minute" crises and the public is fed up with it. But we'll see, won't we?
And the scandals? I stand by what I said that the vast majority of voters know little or nothing about that stuff, it's a conservative pastime to be scandal- hunting and inflating nothingburgers into mountains. As for Jon Stewart jumping ship, you can't seriously think he's a closet righty these days?