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I don't think we can handicap number of seats this far out, other than to say the President's party usually loses ground in the midterm. By the 2014 election, "Obamacare" will be in full swing, and it will likely be a referendum on how that is going.
BTW, taking it "for granite" is hilarious! Unless you were serious....:apologetic::frown-new:
What has all this sports info to do with whether or not the GOP ".... will control both House and Senate after the Mids?"
Every single welfare bum in this country voted for obama this time because he promised them the moon and a Bentley Continental. The after effects of it will drift to the midterms and cause the Dems to win big time, gaining control of the House and retaining the Senate. Thus making Nancy 'psycho bitch' Pelosi house speaker again, and running us on a speed rail right to hell.
In understandable terms: The lazy and entitlement hounds will always vote Dem because they know they are the ones who will not force them to get off their lazy dead beat ass to get a job. The Dems support the lazy and love raising taxes on people who work for what they got (Which is why they are called the Welfare party). Force the ones who like to do for themselves support the ones who are too stupid and too lazy to support themselves. And they wonder why this country sucks anymore... Stupid liberals and their socialistic dictatorship bull shit.
The 47% of the people who voted for obama are the lazy and the stupid. They are the inept and ridiculous. They are the brain dead and, again, the stupid ... The other percents that voted for him are just plain stupid.
'Way too far out to say. But if Obama's insane economic and foreign policy bullshit doesn't start to actually catch up with us and directly result in the sort of disasters it will eventually lead to by then, we'll be lucky to keep the House, since about 55% of the country will be beholden to the Dems for one kind of handout check or another by then.
I don't think that the dems will retake the House before the next census/redistricting cycle, which is 2020+. In order to do so, the dems will also have to get more governors from their party than they currently have in office.
Building a greater lead in the Senate is possible, but there are limits to that, also.