Cannon goes on to write:
"If a small group of good-government advocates get their way, however, Sen. King will soon have company. Not a lot of company — a few fellow independents at the most — but that might be enough to run the country. In this scenario, neither Mitch McConnell nor Chuck Schumer will hold the gavel. The Senate leader would almost certainly be an independent or an independent-minded senator who relishes bipartisan cooperation. If this sounds too good to be true, it probably is, but stay with me a moment."
The rest of the piece examines of strategy, profiles our leadership, and explores the possibility of making it all happen. Click here to visit the L.A Daily Times website and read the rest of Carl Cannon's column.