I wanted to make a few comments on the election. I don't know that my observations are any more or less valid than anyone else's.
I live in California and voters in the Golden State simply amaze me. I'm ashamed of them -- Boxer and Brown? Ok, I thought that both Fiorina and Whitman were unappealing, lame RINO candidates and didn't do much to support them except for reluctantly voting for them as the lesser of two evils. Jerry Brown's speech included the revelation that he married -- a woman. That's just a bit shocking. There wasn't much else from the Brown speech except that things in California will get a whole lot worse before they get better. Brown feels that renewable energy will turn the corner in California...Governor Moonbeam returns. He's every bit as much a space cat as he was when Californians ran him from office years ago.
Florida did well. Marco Rubio was an excellent choice for the US Senate. Allen West will be a great Congressman and Alan Grayson was sent packing back to the rock he crawled out from under.
John Kasich won the governor's race in Ohio. Ohio won. The Obama seat in the US Senate has gone to Mark Kirk (a Republican), which is a pleasant message, sent to the Chief Executive on the eve of his trip to India where he will bow and scrape, begging the Indians for forgiveness for whatever (since that's sort of what Obama does).
The House of Representatives will have the ability to investigate irregularities in the Obama regime nobody knows how the chips will fall with that. Pop some corn, watch and wait.