(CNN)The ballot on Tuesday left off the biggest winners: President Donald Trump and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, who stepped in to stand up for and against certain candidates.
Republican candidates who embraced President Trump and his "drain the swamp" message came out on top in key Senate and congressional races in West Virginia, Ohio, Indiana and North Carolina, setting the stage for a strong field of GOP candidates heading into the general election in November.
Learning lessons from the past, the GOP is now determined to field a strong team of candidates heading into November. If the party bolsters this resolve with a strong economy and significant presidential foreign policy advancements, the GOP will be on solid ground. The Democrats may still pick up some seats, but the anticipated Blue Wave will be more like an uphill battle.
Let's see, if I hope for a huge pension and annuity while living a decent lifestyle, thing will be great in the future but but but wait!!! I experience that now. I don't know what the future hold, neither do you, so at best, you're relegated to deal with now, a great economy while dealing with a decay of ethics and morality...something that stays positively consistent irrespective of wealth or poverty.