The NYTimes Caucus blog compares the Obama Tuscon speech and Sarah Palin’s “blood libel speech” (previously). The Guardian’s Datablog examines the text of each. The New Yorker points out a very humble and personal difference between Obama’s words as written and words as spoken. The usual suspects were not moved, choosing to grind axes, criticize t-shirts, refocus sympathy away from the victims, and lament applause. If you want to see the Tuscon memorial service in its entirety for yourself, try C-SPAN, while Palin’s is on Vimeo.