First there was David Gergen tonight who said, "It's too early to declare it over because Barack Obama is black." Yes, he thinks the "Bradley Effect" could cost Obama 5 to 6 points.
James Carville then chimed in and subtly hinted at massive riots if Obama loses going into the election ahead in the opinion polls.
Then Paul Begala piled on calling Sarah Palin's attacks on Obama "dangerous." He had the nerve to cite the AP calling her attacks "racially tinged" saying "That's the AP, not a Demcrat."
Begala then said Palin's praise of small town America hints at racism, the South, and killing Obama.
That, ladies and gentlemen, was actual political commentary on CNN.