This is the Final Frenzy edition leading up to Election Day. I’m sure that every TLC blogger is taking a look at what’s at stake.
Natalie at All Facts and Opinions gets a civics lesson from her son. And Then… there’s this about a civics lesson in Wisconsin that drew some partisan fire. archy on the revenge of the comic book villains. BlogAmy is still bubbly over the Red Sox. bloggg links to Truth and Hope’s latest effort. Chris, fresh from his Atrios fame, asks if a comic book can change the world. Collective Sigh hopes for a Packers win on Sunday. Find out why. Corrente does the math. NTodd takes a break for art. Echidne on the tactics of democracy. The Fulcrum has a physics lesson. The Gamer’s Nook has his own take on the John Cleese question re: Bush and the light bulb. The Gotham City 13 on calling Drudge’s bluff. Happy Furry Puppy has a photo gallery. Click away. Iddybud contemplates the crowd in Madison. The Invisible Library finds the real hobbits. Kick the Leftist on Clarence Thomas and Donald Duck. Left Is Right has a practical voter aid. Make Me A Commentator celebrates two years. Musing’s Musings on modern technology. Pen-Elayne shows signs of an on-coming draft. Rick on the changing polls. Rook’s Rant falls under the spell of catblogging. Rubber Hose reports on the Clinton/Kerry rally. Scrutiny Hooligans has the word on the words Bush heard. SoonerThought does my Shorter Paul Krugman thing. Speedkill on the universal question. Steve Gilliard on Bush’s thoughts on leadership. T.Rex has a message for Nader voters. Trish Wilson on the haunting of St. Louis – and not just the ghosts of hope for the World Series. Wanda implores you to vote. WTF Is It Now has a crafty montage. The Yellow Doggerel seeks hope and confidence.
I hope next week’s Blogaround is a celebration of victory and hope. But it won’t happen unless we all do our part; get out the vote, volunteer, and take nothing for granted.