I'd like to bring your attention to an excellent analysis of the first year of Democratic control of Congress published in The Washington Post.
I don't normally read the liberal newspaper, but it's hard even for Kool-Aid drinking liberals to pretend that the Pelosi-led House or the Reid-led Senate did any better than their GOP predecessors.
From ending the Iraq War to cleaning up corruption to stopping pork spending, Democrats failed to deliver in 2007. And don't expect to see any improvement in 2008.
It's not about replacing Republicans with Democrats. It's about replacing failed career politicians with people who will work for change. That transcends party lines, but it's hard to get that message across to Democrats, most of whom are still living in the 1950s.
Read the article by Jonathan Weisman and Paul Kane by clicking here.