Will Bredderman sums up the election:
Somewhere amid the wreckage of smashed conventions and exploded institutions, you might find the tattered remains of predictions made just 18 months ago. All the experts then foresaw a contest between Hillary Clinton, the unchallenged heir apparent, and former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush, whose family suffered from an apparent hereditary disorder that forced them to return to the White House every eight years.
What happened is what happens every now and then. Remember just a few years ago when Obama’s hope cruise-mobile took control of both Senate and House and the Republican party was in tatters with worries it would never recover?
What goes around, comes around.