THE NOTE: Miami 2008:


"But during his two-term triangulating Presidency, he wasn't smart enough to avoid losing his Party's control over Congress, or many state legislatures and Governorships. It has always been all about him. Now he sees another admission ticket to the White House through his wife, Hillary Clinton."

Connecticut's governor and lieutenant governor, Jodi Rell and Michael Fedele, are endorsing McCain, per the Hartford Courant.

A superdelegate switcharoo: Rep. Raul Grijalva, D-Ariz., is moving from Edwards to Obama.

The kicker:

"Generally speaking, they left quite a mess." -- Duane Jones, the manager of the Clinton, Iowa, building where Hillary Clinton had her local campaign headquarters.

"I don't know the whole scoop, because it just happened." -- Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger, R-Calif., on the Kennedy family split in the presidential race. On his wife's sentiments, he added: "You'll have to ask her yourself."

"Hillary Clinton is a liar." -- New Hampshire Union-Leader editorial, with typical subtlety, on Hillary Clinton's early-state pledge.

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