Mr. Goodlatte; his victory was Pyrrhic, and I don't believe he will run for a 12th term in 2014.
Plutarch related the victory of the Pyrrhus against the Romans in 279 B.C.:
"The armies separated; and, it is said, Pyrrhus replied to one that gave him joy of his victory that one more such victory would utterly undo him. For he had lost a great part of the forces he brought with him, and almost all his particular friends and principal commanders; there were no others there to make recruits, and he found the confederates in Italy backward. On the other hand, as from a fountain continually flowing out of the city, the Roman camp was quickly and plentifully filled up with fresh men, not at all abating in courage for the loss they sustained, but even from their very anger gaining new force and resolution to go on with the war."http://www.lewrockwell.com/blog/lewrw/archives/113559.html