Dick Armey urges Republicans to address this question:
How do we once again convince the public that we are in fact the party many Democrats successfully pretended to be in this election?
How, in other words, do Republicans articulate "a positive, national vision that is defined by economic opportunity, limited government and individual responsibility"?
I think that theres something to be learned from 1994, but it will be hard to lead a similar "revolution" against a party that has only controlled Congress for a couple of years. Democrats can surely lose Congress in 2008, but it will take Republicans longer, I fear, to win it back.