I'll try to defend us, as I think most criticisms are perfectly warranted, though admonitions to keep it clean are smart, considering he'll likely be the nominee. Also, I saw a bunch of high-level blogs debunk and bat down stupid rumors about McCain's war service last week, so well done on that front. Internet: not evil! This whole process is gonna be a fight on the right, but I think most folks are moving toward some sort of resignation to a McCain candidacy provided he offers something to conservatives at CPAC or by way of a conservative veep.
Now, we'll see if McCain is smart enough to actually offer any concessions. Ace is betting not, but I hope this is the one time McCain doesn't feel the irresistible urge to poke conservatives in the eye. He will not win a general if he doesn't do something to reach out. From where I'm sitting, though, I'm plenty mad about plenty of things, but he's better than a Dem (especially on the war) and if he gives me a Mark Sanford veep, we'd be gettin' somewhere.