I'm going to go with a fearless prediction, hoping to be visionary. I think that in 10 years we'll have had a change at least as important as the New Deal in terms of changes to our expectations about what government can and should do for us.
I think that we're headed to a point where people are getting really fed up with the status quo of political bickering while "Rome burns." I think this will lead to a demand for relatively revolutionary change. If pressed for what exactly the change will be, I'll guess that the welfare state will be greatly reduced and the tax code will be remade to get the government out of the business of providing breaks to various types of businesses. No more farm subsidies.
Will this really happen? Who knows, but I do think we're headed for a place where there will be demand for true change rather than the situation we have now where we get lots of rhetoric and nothing ever changes.