This is the perfect time to come up with a decent Agenda

Parties Nearly Tied for Congress in 2010
Voter preferences for Congress split 46% Democratic vs. 44% Republican

PRINCETON, NJ — Roughly a year before the 2010 midterm elections, Gallup finds the Republican and Democratic Parties nearly tied in the congressional ballot preferences of registered voters. Forty-six percent of registered voters say they would vote for the Democrat and 44% say the Republican when asked which party’s candidate they would support for Congress, if the election were held today.

With this opportunity brewing this far out from the elections, the Republicans would be well-advised to craft a decent agenda.