Don't have the stomach to look yet. Maybe after a couple pots of coffee.
How's last night being played by the MSM? Was my rant the other night justified or was I out of my tin-foil hat-covered head? Did Hillary lose for not winning or are they talking about it as the exciting tie that it was?
I have noted that McCain's rather anemic wins showing up his weaknesses among his fellow Republicans have put him in COMMAND!
He is the Master and Commander, after all. What else does a Master and Commander do but COMMAND! He's running for COMMANDER IN CHIEF, you know, and what more do we want from our COMMANDER IN CHIEF than that he be the kind of GUY who takes COMMAND!
Get ready for this. Nine months of facile, fawning, and irrelevant military references in gushing story after gushing story about the Maverick who knows how to take COMMAND.
Gonna make me miss the days when the hacks just reached for easy sports metaphors.
Vote McCain: War Without End, Deficits Without Limit, a President Without a Principle, but, Boy, didn't he look good in his flight suit back in the day?
Updated after a second pot of coffee: The blonde, who is tougher in the mornings than I am, checked in at the New York Times website and found that Adam Nagourney has managed to see yesterday's excitement as a loss for both Clinton and Obama. How did they both lose by winning a lot? Well, they're Democrats, and the Democrats are divided, while the Republicans are rallying round.
I forgot one of the basic rules of Insider Thumbsucking: Everything that happens is bad news for the Democrats.
Third pot of coffee update: This Times editorial acknowledges that the Republicans look a little divided too. But the Democrats are worse divided. And of course Hillary's being divisive.
Updated while just mainlining the Maxwell House: At Hullabaloo, dday looks at some exit polls to find out just how divided the Democrats are, which, to reach for my own cheap and easy sports metaphor, is about as divided as Mets fans are going to be over who should start on Opening Day, Pedro or Johann.
And here's an essay by Jon Margolis, late of the Chicago Tribune, that's a warning about just how much the boys and the girls on the bus are going to fawn over the Maverick and Commander.