Friday, October 3, 2008
The New Yorker endorses Obama
This is not a surprise, but it makes a very thorough and well-delivered argument, ending with
"At a moment of economic calamity, international perplexity, political failure, and battered morale, America needs both uplift and realism, both change and steadiness. It needs a leader temperamentally, intellectually, and emotionally attuned to the complexities of our troubled globe. That leader’s name is Barack Obama."
Also in The New Yorker, George Saunders on Palin is totally brilliant