For your sake, I hope you plan on hiring a REEEEEAAAALLLY good editor for your book. It amazes me that someone in the midst of writing a book can't grasp "your" vs "you're", but that's probably because I'm one of those evil poisonous progressives.
Seriously though, I can't wait for the book. "Chapter 1: How Social Networking Sites Stole My Freedom...."
I read that piece earlier today... very interesting that he makes some of the very same arguments that Obama made when he visited with House Republicans. They paint him as the Socialist-Communist-Fascist-Manchurian-Candidate-Puppy-Eating-Boogeyman and therefore someone who they cannot negotiate with, even though they would arguably have been able to pull this reform a LOT further to the right if they had taken part in the process instead of "KILL. THE. BILL.'ing" until their faces turned blue.
Yet you repeatedly cite misleadingpolls comparing Palin's favorability ratings to Obama's performance ratings as the absolute truth. Asking whether or not you like someone is an entirely different question than asking whether or not you approve of their performance.
but they have nothing to do with the piece anyhow.
It has everything to do with the main premise of your contribution in this diary. Saying "I told ya so!" would mean that most people have come to the realization that they should have listened to people like yourself and elected Hillary Clinton instead of Barack Obama. When only 27% think Hillary would be doing a better job, you clearly aren't in a place to be saying "I told ya so!" to anyone.
But you can still say it. This is America after all.