Let's do it.
MORE: Drudge says "Libby guilty", but of what?
MSNBC: Libby guilty on four of five counts.
The firedog site has crashed, which can't be a surprise.
AND AT NBC: I assume David Shuster, Chris Matthews, and Keith Olbermann are incoherent with glee (the "incoherent" is a safe bet in most scenarios). However, we eagerly await word from David Gregory as to whether Ari Fleischer was credible when he claimed he leaked to Messrs. Gregory and Dickerson.
And we wonder whether Ms. Mitchell and Mr. Russert will enjoy their continued role in the spotlight as they become a focal point of the appeals.
But Maguire doesn't predict complete vindication for Cheney's former aide, Libby.
"As to Libby's broad story of 'I forgot, and was surprised when I learned it from Russert,' my hunch is that the jurors won't buy it, but that may be my natural pessimism," Maguire said, adding that "I don't think any serious observer believes he [Fitzgerald] will get convictions on all five counts."
Maguire doesn't completely buy Libby's "I forgot" story, and believes that it's possible that the former vice president aide was just trying to keep his boss's involvement hidden.
"Personally, I think the single most probable scenario is that Libby uhh, shaded his testimony to keep Cheney out of the story," Maguire says.
Let's be clear - when the Yankees lose, I am both disappointed and surprised; today I am disappointed.
TARGET RICH ENVIRONMENT: Media Matters pre-rebuts some right wing "falsehoods". When time permits, we will come back to this, but feel free to fire away in the comments.