I wish I didn't have to watch Karl Rove painfully struggling to be funny.
I really wish I didn't have to watch David Gregory strutting behind Karl Rove, pretending that all's well in the world - that he actually likes Karl Rove, and that that whole "politics" thing they both do is really just an act for the cameras.
But since I had to see it, I'm now forcing you to view it, too.
Is it just me, or is there an Oscar night quality to these Dinners? Whenever I watch this stuff on C-SPAN, it always strikes me that the politicians are just playing "characters," and that on nights like these, they all get together to share a big belly laugh about it all.