The Blogosphere is hardly monolithic nowadays - even the progressive blogosphere. Hundreds of blogs florish that don't support him - in fact are dedicated to taking him down.
There were the ferocious supporters in the primary - which turned to tepid now, after all the...refinements.
That B0 knows this is to his credit.
As for the polls - it's always the trend I look for. And they are clear.
I'd gladly join you, except I stopped posting at Kos since 2004 when, after losing patience for Clark to respond to the draft, Moulitsas became a vicious enemy of Wes Clark - just for feeling bored with waiting. So, while I had been a member from the start, I rarely go there anymore. Can't say I am surprised - after all, isn't Kos the birth place of the VRWC celebrated "Hillary darkened Obama in video?"
Either way, it helps her.
The polls in SC are unreliable because they fail to account for:
potential high number of women for Hillary
potential high number of republicans crossing over to our primaries. traditionally, they voted Ewards (70% of his voters in 2004 primaries), but they may also go to Obama because Bush gave the signal
I was starting to get whiplash at the resurgence of McCain. Suddenly everyone is taking the old fool seriously again - and no democrat seems to be quite good enough to face mr 100 years in Iraq.
I happen to believe that any dem can beat him - if they count the votes.
The country is tired of war. 100 years, one million, crazy ol' man McCain has no chance - in an actual election.