A prudent voice of moderation

I have been thinking for the last couple of days how, notwithstanding the great interest of this week’s elections, the establishment center-right commentary on it has been remarkably herd like and uninteresting, with one column after another making the identical point about how Obama has lost his mojo, while a smaller contingent of liberal opinionators have been denying with straight faces that the election has any negative significance for Obama at all. Then I ran across this at Mickey Kaus’s blog:

Hugh (“only time will tell”) Sidey has a worthy successor: Eugene Robinson in this morning’s WaPo:

Reading too much into Tuesday’s off-off-year election results would be a mistake, but reading too little into them would be wrong as well.

Posted by Lawrence Auster at November 05, 2009 05:15 PM | Send

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