by Benjamin J. Kirby
It's Friday night, and I just don't feel like scouring the entire Internet for stuff to Finally Friday it up for you.
So go do this. Go read the Michael Lewis piece in Vanity Fair. Yes, it's about President Obama, but what it's really about is how the President of the United States makes decisions. From that perspective, it's a remarkable piece, really.
The presidency is basically about making decisions -- really, really hard decisions. The kind of decisions you or I would probably categorize as "lose-lose".
Anyway, it's a great piece, and yes, I'm already a fan of Obama, and I am definitely a fan of Michael Lewis. The stuff he wrote for Slate about fatherhood was out of this world.
And to make up for no music tonight...