Audrey Hudson has Democrat campaign strategy down pat: Republicans won’t get a fair shake in the MSM. They never do, but Tea Party conservatives can neuter media bias by plastering this video all over the Internet until election day: [ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zPxMZ1WdINs&feature=player_embedded]Paul Ryan: Hiding Spending Doesn't Reduce Spending - YouTube[/ame] Parenthetically, a fifty-fifty split in the Senate is the very best Democrats can hope for, and even that is one helluva stretch. I won’t be surprised if the Republicans get a veto-proof majority, but let’s say Democrats somehow manage to get an even split. Vice President Ryan would cast the tie-breaking vote when the healthcare law comes up for repeal. Democrats know that; so an even split isn’t good enough. Democrats also know that an overwhelming majority of Americans want Hillarycare II repealed; so they have to portray Ryan as a “. . . a toxic choice and politically extreme,. . .”. The good news is that it won’t play in Peoria; especially if R & R becomes an acronym for Reject & Repeal. In short: R & R the mess Hussein & Company made of everything. Finally, repealing the Affordable Care Act has been the number one priority for Americans since the day Hussein signed it into law. Every private sector American —— Republican, Democrat, and all the folks in-between —— should keep repeal uppermost in their thoughts when Democrats revert to their road game: The politics of personal destruction.