Democrats and Republicans have been fighting over just about everything.
They fought over healthcare reform, the Democrats won its passage.
Now they’re fighting over financial regulation reform in a skirmish being pitched as Wall Street versus Main Street. No winner yet.
All the battles have one thing in common — an underlying goal is to win the November congressional election.
But the latest Washington Post/ABC News poll suggests that regardless of who is winning the tussle of the moment, many voters just want the incumbents gone.
The poll indicates it is the most anti-incumbent electorate since 1994, with less than a third of voters surveyed saying they are inclined to support their representatives in Congress in the November election, the Post said.
Back then, voters gave many Democratic congressional incumbents the boot, ushering in the Republican Revolution. Will this November bring another revolution?