There were some good voting results yesterday.
Voters in Mississippi rejected an initiative which would have defined a "person" to include every human being "from the moment of fertilization", and which would likely have presented a serious challenge to Roe v. Wade.
At the same time, voters in Ohio rejected a Republican law that had limited the collective bargaining rights of public workers.
Hopefully this is a sign that America is growing tired of extreme tea party politics.
And hopefully that trend will continue through the 2012 elections.