Considering the 24/7 domination of the 2008 presidential nomination race, commentators can be forgiven for overdoing the intense Clinton/Obama primary battle. But it's nice that some aren't content to ignore the war -- the real war. Nick Anderson's overextended soldiers wearily round his figure-eight into the symbol of infinity. Tony Auth's treatment of stateside vets' treatment is sobering. And Dwane Powell came up with 3 trillion reasons to be troubled by a triple-threat of Mideast menaces. And now, back to the big political guns and all that bloodletting in the battleground states.
-- Joel PettCopyright © 2014, Los Angeles Times