• Bill Clinton gives an interview to People in which he calls the Obama campaign's tactic of calling out his tactics "revolting" and says Chelsea might make a good president so long as he doesn't fuck up her campaign getting too "angry" over the other campaign's revolting tactics. [ABC News]
  • Mark McKinnon, that McCain adviser who said he would drop out of the campaign if Obama was the Democratic nominee, is dropping out of the campaign. Does this mean Obama is the Democratic nominee? [AP]
  • No. [Time]
  • Thomas Frank visits a libertarian think tank not everyone to find the whole concept of libertarian think tanks as hilariously preposterous as he does. [WSJ ]
  • I keep meaning to try and figure out what all these witchcraft [BBC
  • Last week Bush told the Israelis he would bomb Iran before the end of his term but maybe the whole wedding had just put him in a happy mood because the White House is backing off that statement now. [Jerusalem Post]
  • First they came for our jobs, then they started winning our competitive eating contests, and now this. [Wash Post]
  • This is on the top of the Times Most Emailed list which may explain why the McCain campaign felt emboldened to release his medical records in spite of the Ted Kennedy thing. [NYT]