Andrew Sullivan reminds me, helpfully, of one of the present derangements on the American Right:
And if Obama wins...[t]here might even be a crack in the cognitive dissonance and epistemic closure across the right. I mean: the central issue in this campaign is Benghazi, remember?
I hadn't remembered, thanks, and was glad to be temporarily rid of the knowledge that for a shocking number of American voters the assault on the American embassy in Benghazi is the center of a lurid conspiracy theory in which that disagreeable young Negro Obama is personally responsible for the death of blah blah blah.
The central issue in every national election for the rest of my life should be climate change. It won't. We are doomed, my friends.