So says "The Forehead", Democratic strategist James Carville.
From ABC News:
"It's not good," Carville said. "The Democrats need a strategy to re-energize some of their voters."
Conservative activist Bay Buchanan said the numbers aren't just a referendum on Democrats, they prove that there is a strong anti-Washington, anti-incumbency mood around the country.
"I think there's a real problem here for Democrats," Buchanan said on "GMA." "What's motivating these voters is this huge debt that we have, this increasing deficit, the incredible unwillingness for Washington to get control of this spending."
"People are unnerved by this," she said. "They pull in their belts, and communities and states are pulling in theirs, Washington just keeps spending as [if] that's the only solution. You can't solve that in the next six months."
Both Republican and Democratic incumbents have already experienced that fervor firsthand."
Must be all that "slow the ocean's rise and heal the planet" emanating from the unicorn forest.