The more I watch Harry Reid, the more I admire his quiet capacity to get things done. And getting re-elected in this environment may be one of his more amazing accomplishments. We are lucky his leadership role in the fractious Senate will continue. But because the House is now solidly Republican, we can look forward to at least two years of gridlock in Congress. What will the President do in response to his party's losses in Congress and in state houses, I already hear the TV pundits wondering. The answer, of course, is that he will concentrate on foreign policy, as all presidents have done in this situation. His big Asian trip is already scheduled.