"That's change we can believe in," the boys at HillBuzz famously captioned this image of Scott Brown, posing au natural to finance his Boston College Law School student career.
"The Dems are officially delusional now. Time to invest in straight-jackets!" writes Jim Tower, one of 681 commenters at Hotline's "After Obama Rally, Dems Pin Blame On Bush." The comments alone are worth the price of admission. From the original post:
More [Patrick] Kennedy: "One thing the Democrats have done wrong? We haven't kept the focus on this disaster on the Republicans who brought it upon us. We've tried too hard to do the right thing, and that's to fix it, as opposed to spend more of our time and energy pointing the finger at who got us [here] in the first place.
Blaming their problems on Bush does carry a risk for Dems, however — with their sights so firmly focused on the past, Brown's campaign has managed to wrest the "change" mantle from them.
Meanwhile, even as Kennedy took on both Bush and Brown head-on, some attendees were more muted in their criticism of Brown."I mean, he is handsome," Christine DiPitro, 61, of Malden, said of Brown.
Since we started composing this post a coupla minutes ago, the comments have jumped from 681 to 740 and counting! So much wit and wisdom, so little time. We'll go ahead and publish now and then highlight some of the best in updates. No wonder we aren't getting any sleep these days. Ted Kennedy's seat never looked so good.
Update: You are not alone. An election-eve message from Scott Brown:
It’s crunch time.This is it; the moment when the Massachusetts Miracle morphs from an impossible dream into reality. Tell Scott Brown how many voters you will personally ensure show up and vote on Tuesday. This means you are saying you will be responsible for verifying that your network ACTUALLY VOTED.
Update II: Woo hoo! Top item at Memeorandum. It's the Zeitgeist, stupid! Not actively looking to be atop Memeorandum, we stumbled onto the story via a new follower on Twitter — Fight the Smears — yet another example of Glenn Reynolds's disintermediation of the old-boy networks via the internet.
Update III: Back on top in Michelle Malkin's Buzzworthy.
Update V: Instalanche! THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING HANDSOME.
Update VI: Missed this link at the time, too good to ignore, from Dan Riehl:
Let's hope it's champagne tomorrow night. If it is, I'm thinking they had better keep Sissy out of the locker room given the previous link. heh!