... I'll focus on the second half of John McCain's concession speech - which sounded genuine in a way he hasn't for over a year - and not the first few minutes, which seemed to minimize Obama's accomplishment as simply a feat for African Americans. I'll also make little of the squalling people who attended McCain's speech, who couldn't simply boo, and the role of McCain's campaign in creating that sort of fractious mess. This is too good a day to spend time chipping on McCain.
I'd rather simply enjoy the moment.