November 5, 2008

First IM of the day.

14 comments:

Fatmouse said...

First comment of the day:

We are so fucked.

vet66 said...

Although I voted for McCain/Palin, I offer my hearty congratulations to Obama. He has a tough four years ahead of him.

It might have just been me, but did he appear a trifle stunned during his victory speech last night as the enormity of what was ahead of him with the associated expectations of a hopeful electorate to boot?

How long will the honeymood last?

Meade said...

That's almost a 3:1 exclamation mark gap.

!

rhhardin said...

No IM's from Thomas Sowell.

rhhardin said...

Or IM's from den Beste via Instapundit. Who knew dB still blogged.

His Iraq War analysis is here if anybody wonders what Bush was doing but was inexplicably unable to articulate in public for six years.

We've swung the other way on style vs substance now, I guess.

Scrutineer said...
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Scrutineer said...

Congratulations, and thanks for entertaining us with your election blogging.

chuck b. said...

:)

Quayle said...

The down side: he's a Harvard man.

The up side: he had the smarts to associate himself with the University of Chicago.

VariableSpin said...

Neato, Althouse has joined the chorus of O-BAM-A chanters.

So much for insightful commentary here for the next 4 years.

LarsPorsena said...

"..It might have just been me, but did he appear a trifle stunned during his victory speech last night as the enormity of what was ahead of him"

I agree it is an 'enormity'
ahead of him.

I agree with what you said but not what you meant.

mnotaro said...

Obama sure has a long road ahead of him...I think a lot of the public will be disappointed in the months and years to come after they realize the separation and the division that Obama and the elite socialist illuminati will bring into our country.

Palladian said...

I bet Bill Ayers sent a smiley to some people this morning.

Ann Althouse said...

Palladian, how long are you going to be a sourpuss?