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Since tonight is truly the last night of primaries, and as I listen now Chris Matthews is having incredible tingling sensations go up his leg, it must mean it is over. I have no doubt that MonkeyMann and Matthew's leg are going to have a field day tonight. The attached picture from the AP is basically MSNBC's current banner.
Ok folks, perhaps I was premature last week with the Obama victory thread. No propaganda show this evening, just the hilarious duo of Chris Matthew's Leg and Woman Hating Dumb As A Freaking Post Olbermann.
The Clinton campaign says she's not conceding tonight. The Obama campaign is claiming victory The Kos Kiddies are going nuts. Olbermann is cracking open the merlot. Yet, in all of this, the loony left seems to miss the omnimous signs of the Messiah's woes.
Since the outcome of tonight's primaries is hardly in doubt (South Dakota might be close), please talk amongst yourselves about your predictions for the fall campaign. Are you going to vote for McCain? Obama? Vote at all? Are the Republicans in for a massacre? Will Fat Ass cry on election night if the angelic Obama lost?
I personally think Obama is a shockingly weak candidate. As Karl Rove said on Fox News last night, Obama should be 30 points ahead in an environment like this. He's not. He's largely tied and needs to shore up a lot of the base. McCain is loaded with difficulty as well. Certainly no cakewalk. Despite being a tepid supporter of his, I had an epiphany the other day when he voted against that embarrassing farm bill. I'm still trying to beat my father into voting the right way (he hasn't voted for a Democrat since 1976) because of his "disillusionment" with the Republican party. I won't bore you with the reasons; they're largely ridiculous with a few well founded exceptions. Ok. Laugh at the picture. Chat. Do whatever. Have a bottle of champagne to get you through Der Fuhrer's Der Sturmer program tonight.