Democrats have plans to limit 2010 losses
While admitting they'll lose seats in November, Democrats hope to limit the losses by pointing to a long list of legislative achievements, an improving economy and, especially, consistent Republican naysaying.
They also hope that the Tea Party movement's shoving Republicans to the right and out of mainstream appeal to independents will counterbalance the movement's political energy.
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