WSJ has a special article on the Congressional elections tomorrow. Here are two scenarios: The likely impact on business and the economy of the three possible outcomes of tomorrow's congressional elections: Republicans control House and Senate Parts of President Bush's tax cuts made permanent. Drive for 'tax reform.' Defense spending grows. Drug industry-friendly Medicare-prescription benefit advances. Democrats control House and Senate Tax cuts and rebates for workers. Expansion of unemployment benefits. Further crackdowns on corporate excess and subsidies. More spending on education, training, homeland security. Divided control of Congress More spending as each party pursues its priorities. Stalemate over most tax cuts. Am I the only one who views the Democratic controlled Congress as more appealing than other options?