Politics, these days, is like painting bridge. As soon as you finish, it’s time to start again. As Campaign 2006 winds down, a few of us around the Dilbertian-village are planning the Campaign 2008 site.
Barry Casselman is doing the same thing. The Minneapolis writer has a piece in the Washington Times today looking at the 2008 race, now that Barack Obama is thinking about jumping in.
I think we got an early look at the anti-Barack sentiment; from the Strib, no less.
Obama, by the way, is going to be in Minneapolis on Monday. He’s got a book-signing event at one of the big chains downtown. It’ll be interesting to see what the turnout is.
Random thoughts: We look for political entertainment whereever we can find it. I’ve started a new political race at my house. Which category “wins” the junk mail race: political mailings or credit card offers.