Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid has postponed a planned vote on PIPA—the senate version of the execrable Internet piracy bill—after support for the bill, including from many original co-sponsors, caved in the wake of Wednesday's Internet blackout protest.

It now appears that there is no way Reid can muster the 60 votes necessary to move the bill forward in its current form, though that's not stopping him trying: "There’s no reason that legitimate issues raised about PROTECT IP can’t be resolved,” Reid Tweeted, but Daily Kos founder Markos Moulitsas (the guy who gives me my marching orders) disagrees, tearing into Democrats for being "tone deaf" on this issue.

There you go: A liberal blogger berating Democrats. So don't tell me it never happens.