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America's body politic has recently been scarred by excruciating political shingles, and 2018 campaigning was equivalent to acid reflux. But Tuesday's elections indicated that some political antibodies are strengthening the nation's immune system.

Tuesday was, on balance, deflating to Democrats, who learned -- or perhaps not -- that despising this president, although understandable, is insufficient. His comportment caused his congressional party only slightly more than half the carnage that Barack Obama's party suffered in the middle of his first term.

The GOP depressingly ends 2018 more ideologically homogenous than it has been for 11 decades. Hitherto, it has been divided between Theodore Roosevelt progressives and William Howard Taft conservatives; between Robert Taft conservatives and Thomas Dewey moderates; between Nelson Rockefeller liberals and Barry Goldwater libertarians. In today's monochrome GOP -- color it orange, for the coiffure of its Dear Leader -- postures range all the way from sycophancy to adoration.

Americans are sensibly parsimonious with their trust, preferring divided government to one party's control of both ends of Pennsylvania Avenue. So, when the 116th Congress adjourns in autumn 2020, the nation will have completed 40 years in which one party controlled the presidency and Congress for only 10.

Source : http://www.jewishworldreview.com/cols/will110818.php3

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