it is a joke? she's not serious, right?
politico says scott walker's won (wisconsin was holding a recall to try to oust him) and that he won 54.2% of the vote while democrat tom barrett got 45.2% of the vote and 'h. trivedi' got .6% of the vote.
it's on their front page so i've got no link for it. it's just the top of their front page.
dylan byers watched the coverage of the race:
MSNBC was blatantly rooting for Tom Barrett to defeat Gov. Scott Walker, even sending union champion Ed Schultz to cover an event with no apologies for the dog he has in the fight. (Earlier tonight, Chris Matthews even told Schultz that if he wasn't an MSNBC host, he could be head of the AFL-CIO.) When it became clear that Barrett would lose, Schultz looked almost teary eyed. Not long after, the network's contributors immediately began suggesting that this was, in fact, good news for Obama — who, after all, hadn't even set foot in Wisconsin — and began attacking Mitt Romney.
Meanwhile, Fox News was blatantly rooting for Gov. Walker, and the moment it became clear that Walker might win, host Sean Hannity called it "a repudiation of big unions," which did "everything they could do to demonize Scott Walker." Guest Hugh Hewitt then predicted that, five months from now, Romney would follow Walker just "as Reagan followed Thatcher." Fox's Greta Van Susteren later hosted what amounted to a victory celebration for the Republicans.
msnbc must be so proud. it's now as far from news as is fox.
let's close with c.i.'s 'Iraq snapshot:'