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The Texas Two-Step, Ohio Fox-Trot, And New England Clam-Dig

  • It is a Tuesday in 2008, so Americans are Constitutionally required to hold an election. Up today: Vermont, Rhode Island, Ohio, and Texas. Fortunately, less states are voting than on Super Tuesday. Unfortunately, today's contests will be just as complicated and inconclusive. [New York Times]
  • One thing is clear: people will look back on this election's horrible results and blame women. [Washington Post]
  • No, wait: people will look back on this election's horrible results and blame Ohio's geography and Democratic leaders. [Los Angeles Times]
  • Unless people have "a game-changing event" to blame instead. [Politico]
  • Barring Clinton losing miserably in every state including Rhode Island, she will press on. [Wall Street Journal]
  • Heavily contested primaries for House seats in Ohio and Texas point the way to a lively general election. [The Hill]
  • After five years of war, Iraqi youths are fed up with extremist religious nuts. [New York Times]
  • Even when mortgage aid helps, it hurts. One critic of the U.S. Treasury's mortgage assistance initiative says it could leave aid recipients with higher total costs in the end. [Washington Post]
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