Blackstone's Byron Wien Unveils His 'Ten Surprises' For 2015

Jan 7 2015 | 1:39pm ET

10. The Republicans decide to position the party as the one that can get something done in Washington.  They argue that President Obama was ineffective in his first six years, but when they got control of both the Senate and the House, legislation was passed.  The Keystone pipeline finally is approved, as well as minor tax code revisions and even some changes in immigration policy.  The Republicans are determined to strengthen their position with Hispanics in 2016.  They want desperately to hold the nation’s highest office and they see Jeb Bush as a winner for them.

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