In Ohio, voters chose to repeal legislation that prohibited public employees from collective bargaining. In Mississippi, voters rejected an anti-abortion amendment to their constitution. I'm actually kinda shocked that both these issues ended up as they have. I know a few "conservatives" (and I use that term loosely) were absolutely positive that the results would be opposite. It gets me thinking, does this indicate that public perspective is currently leaning more toward the "liberal" persuasion (and again, I use that term loosely)? And, if so, what does the "right" have to do in order to rebound from this apparent loss, if they want to re-capture the White House 12 months from now?