Some high comedy from Benjamin Lambert, who was shown the door in the Democratic primary after trying to save the flailing campaign of racist airhead George Allen (and, hence, to keep the Senate in Republican hands):
Lambert said, “I have no hard feelings. We ran a clean, fair race.”
Lambert said his support of Allen probably cost him his job. “I thought the Allen folks would have helped me more, but it didn’t work out that way.”
Christ, that’s rich. “Let’s trust the honor and integrity of George Allen and his supporters! What could possibly go wrong?” That’s what you call someone who deserves to lose.