Howard Fineman muses about the demoralized Democrats and why they dont have much faith in their partys prospects.
But, of course, with DeLays indictment, some, like Dan Balz of the WaPo, can talk about how the GOP is in trouble. Not especially persuasive.
A much more persuasive argument can be found in the paper issue of National Review (Oct 10). There, John J. Miller explains how and why the GOP is in trouble in Ohio, and why Ken Blackwell (for governor in 2006) is their only hope. If Ohio falls to the Dems, so might the country. If Blackwell wins, it will fire up the conservative base, and cut into the black vote. This piece should be read. Keep your eye on Ohio.