I was ready for massive Democratic turnout for the midterm elections on Tuesday. But I was surprised how massive the Republican turnout was in response.
The Republicans who flooded to the polls weren't college-educated suburbanites. Those people voted for Democrats this year. They weren't tax-cut fanatics. Half of the Republican members of the House Ways and Means Committee either left Congress, ran for other offices or were defeated. They weren't even small-government Republicans.
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