Republicans in deep trouble

From Jesselee, this stunning admission from conservative columnist David Brooks; redistricting shenanigans be damned, the Republicans are up the creek:


Right. There's the war. There's really a torpor in the administration. They're not doing anything right now. I think it's now likely to move the House--that they will lose the House. And I think House Republicans, privately, most of them admit that. For like a year they were saying, `Well, we've got it so sewed up with redistricting. We'll lose, but we won't lose the whole House.' I'd say about two weeks ago the conventional wisdom shifted and people said, `We're in such trouble. We are going to lose the House.'
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