SOTU: Want wall-to-wall State of the Union Coverage? Click here for Patrick Ruffini, here for Orrin Judd, and here for Laurence Simon. (I’ll add a link to Glenn Reynolds when he’s posted his comments.)
UPDATE: Andrew Sullivan has posted his comments. In a similar vein to Jonah and Stephen, he writes:
In many ways, this was a Kennedy-like speech, a speech a Democratic president could have made, if the Democratic Party hadn’t fallen into such moral and strategic confusion. Self-confident, convinced, as he should be, of the benign nature of America’s role in the world, ambitious, and warm, it was a tour de force of big government conservatism, mixed with Cold War liberalism.
UPDATE: Blogging newcomer Dennis Rogers agrees with Cosmo’s dad, and VodkaMan.
UPDATE: Asparagirl chimes in with a subtle point that Bush made.