Sunday (Lack of) Thoughts

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I don't have much to say this Sunday ... first, because I don't have much to say about Hussein and that is almost all that was talked about, and second, because This Week was pre-empted so I didn't get to see it anyway.

As to Hussein: I said months ago I didn't really care that we didn't have him, and when my wife woke me up to tell me we had him, I said "that's good" and went back to sleep. It is great PR, it is great for the mindset of the people of Iraq, but I don't think it will have a significant lasting effect beyond the psychological impact. I do, however, think the psychological impact will be enough to hurt Dean, so, yay. :-)

One more thing: on Meet the Press yesterday, Lieberman said, "this race has come down to me and Howard Dean." I wonder if he really believes that, because I am quite sure pretty much no one else does ...

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