Stack of questions, with no answers:
— Ezra Klein’s response to Jane Hamsher’s case for killing the bill.
— Dana Houle on Ralph Nader and the ethic of responsibility.
— A better edition of “Politics as a Vocation” than the one I’ve been linking to.
— Surveillance state is more popular than blogs, less popular than cell phones.
— Obama really does deserve the blame for not appointing more liberal judges.
— Krugman on the filibuster.
The only real question about “B.O.B.” is whether it’s the best song of the current decade, as normal people say, or as the pedants would have it, of the previous decade.