In a political vacuum, no one can hear you scream

Everyone I've talked to today has been thoroughly dispirited. We've spent four weeks building up to a primary that will . . . change nothing. No one wants to cover a campaign that revolves around the slender mathematical possibility that Hillary Clinton could, in a massive miscarriage of justice, take the superdelegates and thwart the poll results; it's like watching a World Poker Tour comprised entirely of librarians drawing to inside straights. At this point, her most likely winning strategy seems to be arranging for Sirhan Sirhan to get out on work-release.

Nonetheless, your brave bloggers soldier on, bringing you the freshest updates from cable news. As usual, I'm watching this with a passel of bloggers who are vastly more interesting than the talking heads on television.