The Wall Street Journal's Bret Stephens
makes a compelling case for McCain, tying his fate to the Surge and also the Tet Offensive, concluding: "There is another kind of honor, however, which is uniquely bestowed by one's adversaries and enemies. It is the honor one acquires by defying temptations of popularity, by the acceptance of long odds, by suffering, by what is called the nobility of the last-ditch defense. It is the honor many Americans feel they lost in Vietnam, and which, through Mr. McCain's not-so-improbable resurgence, they now seek to regain and make their own." UPDATE: This
makes it seem that Huckabee is going to pull in Florida what Romney did in SC --essentially abandon ship. However, unlike Romney he's broke and won't be able to keep ads up while campaigning in another state.