Tuesday, November 03, 2009
The New York Times wants you to enter "one word" that describes how you feel a year after Barack Obama's election, and has fed the responses into a cloud. It is fairly obvious from the relative sizes of the words that few conservative readers have chosen their words. So far.
While "hopeful" is at the top, "disappointed" is also there at the top. That may indicate that some of hopey-changey people are for whatever reasons coming to the conclusion that the Messiah wasn't all he was cracked up to be. When you vote for the "un-Bush," you may also find that the "un-Bush" is lacking in some Bushlike attributes, such as the ability to make a decision.