There was quite a lot today that I didn't like. I don't like the ever more vicious feeding anti-Hillary feeding frenzy in the media and on the blogosphere, and I'm very grateful for Obama supporter Kevin Drum for calling them out.
Meanwhile, Paul Krugman commented something I don't like: the ever-decreasing sanity of the progressive wing of the Democratic party.
At Salon, Camille Paglia unleashed some Hillary hate---to the pleasure of Ann Althouse, be it said (didn't like), to which the good people of Sadly, No! and certain other blogs responded with admirable style (did like). (Why is she still writing for Salon? Why?)
Ferraro stepped down (did like), but her doing so was accompanied by further ridiculous accusations of 'racism' among their fellow Dems (did NOT like); once again, Kevin Drum spoke up on behalf of balance, proportion, and sanity (did like).
Satirist Jon Swift suggested a way that just-resigned New York governor Eliot Spitzer could turn the politics of identity to his advantage (did like).