Let's be honest: Rick Santorum supporters -- and Democrats -- weren't the only ones rooting for a Santorum win in Tuesday's primaries.
Two hours before the polls closed, MSNBC's Chris Matthews sounded like a reporter's reporter at the top of "Hardball." No, not because he played it down the middle: A reporter's reporter roots not for the candidate he or she likes best, but for the candidate who's win would be the best story.
"Tonight we stand watch, again, at the political abyss of Mitt Romney," Matthews said with just a touch of melodrama. "He may win tonight and avoid a devastating fall. But if he loses the fall could be deadly. How does Romney explaining...