Otherwise we've the old Democratic hand, Jim Jordan, who muses philosophically, "That’s my party: Irrational overconfidence followed by irrational despair." Somewhere in the middle is James Carville: "We’re all trying to talk ourselves into a state of panic, and we’re not quite there yet." And, from South Carolina, there's Democratic Chair Dick Harpootlian, who says--and one nostalgically imagines him saying it with stogie in mouth and bourbon and branch water in hand--"People are telling me they are worried about the polls and why Obama did so badly.... I tell 'em to get their asses over to North Carolina and help out if you are so concerned."
And that's it, the latest dispatches from the palsied, neurotic, pathologically insecure Democratic front.