Slugger’s Daily Blogburst…

Kicking off, after a day’s break, maybe this is one reason why so many British Tories were keen on Barrack Obama: he’s speaks the language of entrepreneurship [in which case, perhaps David Cameron does too – ed]…- In the morning report at RCP they note that there were actually very few voting problems this time despite a big turnout…

– Five thirty eight has news of all the tailenders

– Steven den Beste thinks the American people bought a pig in poke yesterday, “Not even Jesus could satisfy all the expectations of Obama’s most vocal supporters, or fulfill all the promises Obama has made.”

– And Matt Yglesias with early news on ‘The One’s’ kitchen Cabinet…

– Over at the brand new Free Speech blog, Stryker Maguire argues that “civil libertarians should grant him time and space to settle into office and into what we hope are his natural, liberal tendencies.”

– David Weigel thinks that Ralph Nadar’s long nightmare is nearly over….

– Mickey picks away at his one small moment of hope

– And one creative way to deal with political defeat

– Iain Dale wants his money back for the 175 BBC staff it took to produce some not brilliant coverage of the election…

– Simon at Irish Election notes the massive upping of the youth vote in the States and offers a young Mr Tubridy advice on starting his own blog (which he would be ill-advised to talk through with ‘da brudder‘)…

– And Anthony McIntyre is launching his book Good Friday: the death of Irish Republicanism tonight in Belfast…