The talk of the blogosphere is Russert's interview with AWOL on Sunday.
Department of Louise breaks down last week's hour-long Dean interview to aid your comparison -- and suggests a donut game (think drinking game) (hey, it's Sunday morning, for crying out loud) (no, you're not an alcoholic) based on AWOL's responses:
I believe we can narrow the field of targeted responses to:
"grave and gathering" (may be completed with either "threat" or "danger");
any combination of "Iraqi people" and "free"/"freedom";
any combination of "stimulative"/"stimulus" with "growth" (1 sip/bite followed by yelling "VIAGRA!");
any reference to fiscal "restraint" (WARNING: do not attempt to eat or drink while laughing);
The Smirk; and,of course,
(say it with me, won't you?): "I will never forget the lessons of 9/11."
My humble suggestion is a donut-tastic bite if AWOL is "disappointed" by any kind of "election-year" or "attack" politics.
Kos and his commenters present their take. My favorite might be this one:
Two questions for Russert to ask Bush:
Can you please point out Iraq on this map?
If the Vice President dies, who will be president?
Matt Yglesias gets into it too.
...as does David Corn (via Gutless Pacifist).