I'd say mixed:
On the one hand, her position is similar to May's election fiasco - weakness will lead to further uncertainty in Germany and across the EU.
On the other, Merkel needs to appeal to the electorate and appease German business so she may be open to thinking the unthinkable and trying to find innovative solutions to Brexit.
Hard to say, but i reckon aren't going to get any change of position during any new election and polling suggests they'll come back with roughly the same results as last time. I expect they'll just leave the parameters as they are while they deal with their internal mess.
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According to physics, nothing ever quite touches. When you lay your hand on something, there is a microscopic amount of space between the atoms of your hand and whatever you're touching... so no, officer, technically I'm not jacking off right now