“Even if you win, you’re still losers!”

The AP has gotten around to realizing that come next Tuesday, Republicans are going to be winning some elections. It is a bitter pill for the elitist liberal news service to swallow, and one that caused them to belch out this contemptible rant.

So even if political winds start blowing harder behind them and even if they can capitalize on Democratic missteps, Republicans still will have a long way to go over the next year because of their party’s own fundamental problems—divisions over the path forward, the lack of a national leader and a shrinking base in a changing nation.

The GOP would overcome none of those hurdles should Republican Bob McDonnell win the Virginia governor’s race, Chris Christie emerge victorious in the New Jersey governor’s contest, or conservative Doug Hoffman triumph in a hotly contested special congressional election in upstate New York.

In fact, 2009 seems to have underscored what may be the biggest impediment for Republicans—the war within their base.

You won’t find them in the article, but I’m sure there were quite a few effeminate “pfffts” in there.

What a pathetic bunch these liberals are: They’re sore when they win and they’re sore when they lose.