And Clinton's a PC. Doug Kendall coined the now-obvious analogy. That quiet genius, Noam Cohen, concurs. But he notes one worrying aspect of the comparison for Obama supporters:

While Appleā€™s ad campaign maligns the PC by using an annoying man in a plain suit as its personification, it is not clear that aligning with the trendy Mac aesthetic is good politics. The iPod may be a dominant music player, but the Mac is still a niche computer. PC, no doubt, would win the Electoral College by historic proportions (with Mac perhaps carrying Vermont).

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