Center of Attention
A round up of recent posts by a few centrist, moderate, and independent bloggers.
EDITOR’S NOTE: Assuming our readers have (by now) overdosed on the buffet of K. Rove commentary, we decided to avoid that subject in this edition of CoA. Slight problem: There wasn’t a lot else from which to choose. Net: We apologize for today’s slim pickings and encourage you to blame it on Karl. And why not? He seems to be responsible for practically everything else.
Dustin Metzger tosses a spotlight on the words of David Walker, U.S. Comptroller General, who has reason to believe America may suffer a fall reminiscent of the Roman Empire’s.
Jon Henke catches the Cincinnati Post in a tailspin of errors.
Amba chimes in (poetically) on “the mortgage crisis.”
Andrew Sullivan is back from vacation and, among other topics, he’s chiming in on the Ames Straw Poll. Notably, he thinks Huckabee (at this point) is a helluva likely VP candidate for the GOP ticket.
And according to David Adesnik, Sullivan’s not the only one paying attention to the former Arkansas Governor.
Then again, the Huckabee hooplah may be short lived.