The Washington Post offers a mostly fair analysis of the different scenarios that could result from this fall's elections. Those scenarios?
1. Republicans win the House, Democrats keep the Senate
2. Republicans win the Senate, Democrats keep the House
3. Republicans win the House and Senate
4. Democrats retain control of the House and Senate
Questionable analysis comes after the third bullet point, where the article claims that, "if the GOP runs the table in November, it could take months of internal battling to sort out which version of the party will emerge as dominant: the old-school Republican establishment or the more ideological and rigid new guard." No doubt differences always exist within a party. But characterizing any differences as potentially long and crippling seems like a little much.