Maybe the Democrats and the MSM don't want to face it, and Robert Novak maybe the only one saying it right now but:
WASHINGTON -- The national election Tuesday was not only historic for the election of the first African-American president in the nation's history but also for how little the avalanche of Democratic votes changed the political alignment in Congress.
The first Democratic Electoral College landslide in decades did not result in a tight race for control of Congress.
Republicans, though discouraged by the election's outcome, believe Obama will be hard-pressed not so much to enact his agenda but to keep his popular majority, which he considers centrist, as he moves to enact ultra-liberal legislation, particularly the demands of organized labor.
But on the flipside, let us not forget those union coalminers who will need to look for other employment.
Over time, the election will be seen for what it really is, putting the racial problems of the past behind all Americans. And not a free-for-all attack on the Constitution.