I'll likely do a series of posts on what the recent election means, and lessons learned.
Of course, given my poor performance as a prognosticator in this election, the value of such articles may be fairly questionable.
Be that as it may, I think its interesting to note that fully vested organs of the hard left and hard right have already rushed to print with analysis that amounts to "we were right all along". Right now, right wing comments of that type necessarily have more credence than those of the left, but the basic gist of some of these is "nope, nope, we've been right all along and don't have to listen to anyone" Suffice it to say they aren't rushing out to buy Thomas Frank's book "Listen, LIberal: Or What Ever Happened to the Party of the People.". Put another way, simply reassuring yourself that you are right and everyone else is an idiot is an effective analytical tool
Anyhow, I'll put in my two cents, from the outside, here in coming posts.
For the meantime I'll merely note that one thing this election means is that relying upon people like Miley Cyrus to bring you voters is not a sound campaign strategy.