Imagine election night 2008. From around the country the results are coming in thick and fast.
By the time the election night dust settles, the Washington pundits are speechless-the Democratic Party has won 280 seats in the House and 61 seats in the Senate, majorities that allow the new Democratic president to implement bold and vigorous change. The day of deadlocked agendas and timid politics is over.
A pipe dream? Far from it.
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