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If you can stand pop-up ads for carrot ink, George Will’s evaluation of the consequences of Tuesday’s results is foremost among the columns deserving of your attention today. His column is “Close, but in control.” If you can’t stand pop-up ads for carrot ink, go straight to Hugh Hewitt’s day-after WorldNetDaily column, “A poltical Gettysburg.”

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