Wonder how long it will take for it to sink in with voters that they've managed to screw themselves really good? If, of course, it ever does. Here in Georgia the sheeple behaved exactly as one would expect: voted in the guys who promised them a free lunch, voted down the measures that would have actually helped the state, and did their best to make the business climate less competitive.
There do appear to be a few positive things to be said about the picture nationally: the lunatic in Nevada lost her bid for the Senate, and the millionaires in California discovered they'd wasted their money trying to buy elective office. Other than that, things seem to have happened more or less the way the talking heads had been predicting: Democrats held on to a Senate majority, but lost the House. If people thought Congress wasn't getting anything done before, the next two years should set some sort of record for gridlock.