Susan Estrich has a column about Elizabeth Edwards.
George Will is loving Mike Pence and looking at 2012.
Peter Ferrara had a good piece yesterday on Obamanomics.
Karl Rove writes on the "Democratic Revolution" with regard to Obama's compromise on the Bush tax cuts. In the end, he says,
If he fails, taxes will go up for every American on Jan. 1. If that happens, the new Congress would likely rectify the situation within days after being sworn in. The political damage to Mr. Obama would not be undone nearly as quickly. Failure to pass the tax compromise would make the president appear impotent. Confidence among Democrats would collapse. And there would be more challenges to Mr. Obama's leadership from within his own party, perhaps even in the 2012 primaries. Most importantly, failure would imperil $400 billion in tax cuts that would be a more effective economic boost than Mr. Obama's justifiably ridiculed stimulus. Without much healthier economic growth and far more robust job creation, Mr. Obama has little chance of wooing back the independents who elected him in 2008 yet abandoned Democrats in 2010.The Senate takes up the DREAM Act this morning.
I'm off to work. We kill Caesar today. Act 3, Sc. 1.