Midterm elections, especially a president’s first, tend to be testy affairs. The basic gameplan, which is almost always successful, is to sow anger and buyer’s remorse. Two years in, the shine rubs off every presidential penny and the job of the opposition is to point out the dull spots. In 2022, however, the Republican Party has an opportunity to do far more than simply throw stones at Biden. The GOP can change the entire American political landscape.
What makes this midterm unique is not just the depth of Biden’s unpopularity, but its breadth. On every major issue Americans from every demographic group are giving him a strong thumbs down. Even young voters, the sturdiest keep in the Democrats’ castle, are showing cracks. To fully capitalize on