John E. Sununu
Election winners can’t be pleased about what awaits
As Americans take stock of the election results, everyone should pause before using the term “winners.” Don’t get me wrong: The numbers don’t lie. Some prevailed, and some did not. But don’t think for a moment that the victors are pleased about what awaits. For instance, Harry Reid and John Boehner kept their majorities, but they’re not winners; they’re survivors.