Skype is like democracy: it's better than the alternatives.
Me: Fifty dollars he goes all the way.
The Poor Guy in Armenia: Do assassinations count?
Hm. John Rogers seems to have stalled on the "Don't You Dare Kill Obama" T-shirts.
Anyway. Jerry and Jennifer Wittbrodt broke for Obama in Iowa; I don't doubt that Jonathan and Janet Whitebread are doing the same in New Hampshire. Barring something exceptional or horrific, that's pretty much it.
The troll party is much more interesting. I feel like breaking out a pink polo shirt and asking questions about the flat tax. Hail Eris!
Update ~9 PM EST: woo, that's some strong working-class support for Clinton in Manchester. (I have a Google Map up and the Concord Monitor returns. No TV.)
Update ~10 PM EST: wow. It looks like Clinton really pulled it in. I'm impressed. I checked exit polls and did the quick math on the calculator -- feels like cheating -- and it's pretty much there.
Tomorrow's narrative (been a long time since there was coverage) is going to be so dull to read -- I can write the stories in various pundits' styles in my head already -- and it won't answer the questions I want to know. Worse than football.
(Sorry if sound dispassionate about this, Noel, but I would be a nervous wreck if I didn't keep some distance. I'm really glad about the levels of blue-collar participation, which is an unexpected bonus for the Congressional races.)