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After what happened in Iowa, you would assume that Timmeh and the rest would love to have them a piece of the wonderful display of Democracy that happened last evening wouldnt you?

Well, your assumption would be dead wrong.  Check out this Sunday's lineup after the fold.

Oh, and if you thought that coming in 4th place was a bigtime win, then you must be a member of the (dying) traditional media.  McCain is all over the place...

Here is the lineup:

Meet the Press hosts John McCain.

Face the Nation hosts John McCain.

This Week hosts Mitt Romney, Mike Huckabee, and John Edwards. The roundtable consists of George Will, Cokie Roberts and Sam Donaldson.

Fox News Sunday hosts Mitt Romney and Mike Huckabee.

Late Edition hosts Mike Huckabee, Ron Paul, Bill Richardson, Pakistani Amb. Mahmud Durrani, and a roundtable with CNN's Gloria Borger, CNN's John King, and CNN's Jeffrey Toobin.

2 McCain exclusives, 3 Huckabees, 2 Romneys, and 1 Ron Paul as compared with 1 Edwards, 1 Richardson, Zero Baracks, Zero Hillarys, Zero Dodds and Zero Bidens.  

Did they see what happened last night?  240,000 Iowas showed up last night to vote in the Democratic caucuses?  Did they notice that the top 3 Dems outdistanced the top Publican by many thousands of votes?

The Village People sure do love them their McCain.  Oh, and did you see that McCain said that Holy Joe would be his choice for Secretary of Defense?  This man is truly whacked.

Last night was the first night in over 7 years that millions of Americans were proud to be Americans again.  It was a cathartic moment.  A hopeful and joyous moment.  What will it take for the talking heads to wake up?

UPDATE: removed the caps from "Talking Heads" since people were confused.

Originally posted to Ajax the Greater on Fri Jan 04, 2008 at 12:32 PM PST.

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