It's a risky thing to do on the day of the NH primary, when in all likelihood the results — whatever they are — will bring forth a flood of bloggy eloquence, but here goes: I nominate the following blog post at Calculated Risk, a post which has nothing to do with politics, only a little to do with the mortgage crisis, and everything to do with the tyranny of corporate (or, really, any) systems and mental blinders, as the best blog post of the day.
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