All polling data is suggesting the House will flip to the GOP, but the Senate appears to be a likely hold for the Dems barring a few upsets. If the GOP's goal is to oppose Obama, that actually might be the best-case scenario. If you think about it, anything Obama proposes will have to first pass through a conservative House, and then it's going to be filtered through a Senate that's clearly going to be to the new House's left. So, Obama is likely going to get nothing done. If he plays diplomat and compromises for the House, the Senate will likely object. Otherwise, his only shot is to ramrod his agenda to the Senate's liking but will likely not have the support of the House. If the Senate falls to the GOP as well, the GOP may control every step of the legislative way, but Obama can more likely claim that he "stepped across the aisle" and hammered out some of these bills. Or if not, he can wield his veto pen, and I highly doubt the GOP will have a veto-proof majority in either chamber. Thoughts?