I feel like it's safe to say that now that Michael O'Hanlon is following up last week's Washington Times op-ed with a column for National Review Online and an appearance on Laura Ingraham's radio show that he's cast himself out of the broad left-of-center community in favor of becoming a conservative movement propagandist whose salary just happens to be paid by Brookings.

This, however, makes the Michael O'Hanlon Primary all the more pressing. The word on the street in 2004 was that O'Hanlon was in line for some kind of job in a John Kerry administration. This time around, in a Fox News appearance O'Hanlon expressed his support for Hillary Clinton. Does Clinton return the admiration?

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