Barbara Ehrenreich, writing in The Nation:Â
“When did you begin to think that Obama might be unstoppable? Was it when your grown feminist daughter started weeping inconsolably over his defeat in New Hampshire? Or was it when he triumphed in Virginia, a state still littered with Confederate monuments and memorabilia? For me, it was on Tuesday night when two Republican Virginians in a row called CSPAN radio to report that they’d just voted for Ron Paul, but, in the general election, would vote for… Obama.”
Ms. Ehrenreich and I are on the same wave-length, apparently, because the key to unlockingÂ to this seeming conundrum is to be found in my column tomorrow ….