Hooked on Politics

Journalists who cover presidential campaigns are like junkies: they work seven days a week for months, eat food that was last reheated during the Reagan years, lose their luggage in six different states, and when it's all over, what do they crave? To become White House correspondents.

Luckily for us, we have two of the best addicts on the beat: Jay Carney and John Dickerson, who got to know each other so well following George W. Bush that they and their wives had planned to go on vacation together right after the Nov. 7 election. (I hope they were able to...

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