Today on the Dish we live-blogged the latest violence and unrest in Iran. Tehran Bureau provided a historical primer, the opposition movement apologized for the hostage crisis, Obama spoke out, the regime prepared for protesters, and bedlam ensued. We tracked the resulting YouTubes here, here, here, here, and here. Scott Lucas summed up the sentiment of the day.

Andrew vented his disappointed over Maine here, here, and here. He and E.D. Kaine also fumed over the Church's role. Dale Carpenter stayed positive, Adam Serwer pointed the finger at Obama, Dreher got defensive over "bigot," and Chris Good highlighted the good news out of Maine.

Off-year reax here and here, with added thoughts from Nate Silver, Mudflats, David Corn, and Axelrod.

-- C.B.

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