Another primary day has come and gone and, once again, the big loser is one of your generic media narratives. On Tuesday, we braced ourselves for another terrible example of anti-incumbent rage that's said to be swelling so strong throughout the country that only the vast majority of incumbents are expected to keep their jobs in November.
This is just the worst story in the world. We're talking about a group of adults who have decided to send a stirring message to their students and the world: when a bunch of mentally deranged adults threaten a bunch of children, the best thing to do is to accede to their psychotic, racist "demands." Seriously, educators of Prescott, Arizona, when some creep demands you whiten the faces of your own students on a mural, the correct response is to say, "No, we will not be doing anything of the sort."
Unless you're comatose or have found another pleasant way of avoiding the subject, you're probably aware that for the past week or so the political media has been blissing out to a pointless discussion of whether or not President Barack Obama has shown sufficient emotion over the ongoing oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico. Is it possible to know what actual humans think about the notion that the oil spill needs to be confronted with lots of feelings?