I'm just back from, hey, a wild college party! Laurie's birthday was very well-celebrated.
Anyway, as I'm too tired to think beyond Bush-style 3-word clumps, all I have the strength for right now is to cover all the stuff I missed today in a rapid-fire, single-sentence manner. Here goes...
Faux News loses Franken suit. Booyah, no surprise there, and it's good to see Franken having some fun with the ruling.
Support for the recall is waning. This is expected, Davis' monday speech--no matter how many pundits poopoo'd it--lit a bit of a fire among mainstream Cali Democrats, and support for the recall has nowhere to go but down at this point, so imagine where it will be in six weeks.
John Kerry plans to officially announce his candidacy with the backdrop of an aircraft carrier. At first glimpse this seems dumb and likely to backfire in a very Dukakis-style way, but I like the way that this goes after Bush at his strong point, much as Dean did with his TV ads in Texas a few weeks a month ago. (more thoughts on this later maybe)
Howard Dean and Wesley Clark have had a number of recent private conversations. My favorite potential 2004 ticket is making nice, oh boy! (the one thing on earth as good as watching Clark rip Bush a new one in a presidential debate? that would be watching Clark rip Cheney a new on in the veep debate!)
Judge "Moses" Moore will not stop his lil' monument from being moved, and he's been suspended by the state. Good, back to the 12th Century with you, Mister Moore!
Rumor has it that Madonna, Britney and J Lo will perform together on next thursday's MTV Video Music Awards. The terrorists have won.