A “Special Report” panel tonight weighed in on the results of the 2014 midterm election and President Barack Obama’s response to it.
Mara Liasson, of NPR, called last night’s results a wave, saying that all big races broke in one direction.
”I think there’s a lot of searching through the rubble for lessons for Democrats today about why they weren’t able to hold onto more,” she said.
Meanwhile, Republicans actually “went to school and fixed some problems.”
Charles Krauthammer then discussed how Obama declined to “read the tea leaves on election results.”
“This was the worst, wall-to-wall, national, unmistakable, unequivocal shellacking that you will ever see in a midterm election […] this is a wall-to-wall rejection of Obamaism.”
While this looks impressive… remember, Reagan got 49 states his second term, and lost his opponents home state by about 3,000 votes or so. So I wanna see a candidate for 2016 that will inspire the same thinking. (Click map to enlarge)