“I think about the only good news from the shellacking is they did hold onto the Senate.”
“The results indicated that the extraordinary surge in support for Right-wing candidates and measures, which dealt Mr Obama what he called a "shellacking" in last year's midterm elections, may have retreated.”
“Democrats have been at the sprawling bayside resort since Thursday afternoon, discussing their strategy and messaging after a midterm shellacking that saw their party lose 63 seats in the House.”
“A shellacking is what President Obama is calling yesterday's elections.”
“It's a narrative we've heard from the Republican Revolution of 1994 to the recent well-financed media blitz that resulted in the mid-term shellacking of the Democrats.”
“Maybe its pure double-speak, or maybe the president has emerged from his midterm shellacking with a new religion.”
“Six weeks ago, in the wake of the Democrats' midterm shellacking, many commentators put the Obama presidency on life support; he was weak, spineless, out of touch.”
“Even before this month's midterm shellacking, many commentators were saying that Barack Obama was beginning to look like the second coming of Jimmy Carter.”
“The new CNN poll finds that a huge majority of Americans think the midterm shellacking of Dems was not a mandate for Republicans:”
“Bill Clinton aides into the Obama administration; though witnessing the postmortem after last November's midterm shellacking might have.”
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