Keith Olbermann and Newsweek's Richard Wolffe wax poetic on "leadership", and lack thereof from the two Democratic frontrunners with the biggest media soapboxes:
WOLFFE: [T]he Democrats have ramped up their rhetoric. But predicting a turnaround among Democrats is like predicting a turnaround in Iraq. It‘s always six months away.
Both Obama and Clinton like to talk about leadership, but they could show us what their style of leadership would look like if, you know, they led. It's truly like beating a dead horse, but the most frustrating thing about this primary race hasn't been the hyper partisans and their flame wars (though that's been bad enough), it's been the lack of real leadership from the frontrunners. Talk is cheap. Action matters. And it's pretty bad that we can't get out of Obama and Clinton what seems to come very naturally out of Chris Dodd.