I think they’re in terrible shape — you know, you look — we have talked about this before. There’s the thing called the generic ballot. Which party do you want to control, which party do you think — usually, if one party is plus nine, they’re like due for a tidal wave of support. And the Democrats are plus 13 or 14. That’s just massive.

Now, we’re a year away, and the Democrats have a problem, their voters are all clustered more than the Republican voters. But, still, it looks like a tidal wave election. If it was today, it would be a tidal wave election, and it looks the kind of elections where Democrats wouldn’t only carry swing states, like maybe even Arizona, something like that, but states where you don’t even imagine.

You remember like Scott Brown won in Massachusetts, in a way you don’t imagine…