Nick Gillespie has an inspired rant (h/t Mark Hemmingway at NRO) about the Minnesota Senate election (and, frankly, about Washington in general), in which he comes to the unmistakable conclusion that many have thought but few have had the courage to say:
We've gotten by fine these past few months with just one senator from Minnesota. So fine, in fact, that in this century of constant cost-cutting and rising unemployment, the federal government should do its share by immediately downsizing the World's Greatest Deliberative Body by 50 percent.
Can't argue with that. In fact, I believe we were way ahead of the curve...