A Barack ObamaBarack Hussein ObamaIraq is not yet lost, but if we continue to ignore it, it soon will be Obama praises marathon runners Eliud Kipchoge and Brigid Kosgei for 'remarkable examples of humanity's ability' Each of us has a role in preventing veteran suicide MORE campaign memo playing down Florida and Ohio is wrong, while Sen. Russ Feingold's questions about the Pentagon is right, the liberal bloggers write. The Obama memo makes the case for the senator's electability without including the two disputed states among those he will perform well in. The memo may not play well among superdelegates swayed by traditional electability arguments, writes Todd Beeton. Feingold sent a letter to the General Accounting Office asking whether the Pentagon's coordination of generals' talking points in the lead-up to the Iraq war was illegal, notes Josh Orton. Feingold has already done more than most media outlets that have yet to follow up on the story, he writes.