Here is Andrew Busch’s take on the Kerry victory on Super Tuesday and how the nominating system is flawed. Everything about the election is hard to predict, but it is easy to predict that Americans will be sick to death of presidential politics by November. John Podhoretz thinks that it is time for President Bush to remind people of his accomplishments and not just through television ads. He should make the case for his presidency by giving some major speeches. Michael Grunwald thinks that if you disagree with something that John Kerry has said, just wait a week and you will find that he will have changed his mind. This guys views just keep "evolving"! Grunwald provides a nice "guide" to this evolution in the form of a chart. Very useful. Fred Barnes thinks that Kerrys easy victory may be a curse in disguise because he hasnt been seriously challenged by the other candidates, nor vetted by the press. The press will now have a go at him, as will Bush.