“Most people are under-reacting” to the latest Bush scandals.
So which is it: Is this seeming calm
(a) A classic case of boiled frog;
(b) A recognition that there's a light at the end of the tunnel, even if it is still 641 days away;
(c) Because we trust Congress to staunch the wounds now;
(d) A media illusion; or,
(e) Real, because it's not really such a big deal?
Or is there an (f) I'm overlooking?