Wednesday, November 5, 2014


After a long campaign trail that saw an estimated $4 BILLION United States dollars in ads and other expenses, with Democrats being outspent by a wide 3 to 1 margin, the Republican Party has not only retained control of the House of Representatives, but has bought won a majority seating in the Senate come the new session, beginning January 2015.

Many political analysts are now wondering what the next two years will hold, as Democratic President Barack Obama finishes out his last term in office.
Some hope the messages of bipartisanship and cooperation will finally be heard.
Other analysts dread more government shutdown threats, let alone either attempted changes in existing laws or new legislation proposed to undo the progress of the last six years.
No Republican has issued an official statement concerning any national agenda as these words are posted, and Democratic officials are taking a "wait and see" approach.
Whatever happens, 2015 will be an interesting political year as both sides start considering their candidates for the 2016 Presidential Election.

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