The results from Guam are in and seem to indicate good times for two parties. That's to say the Democrats have turned things around in the Pacific, winning nearly 62% of the vote (did Howard Dean's 50 State Strategy also include Guam?). More importantly, as Dave Weigel reveals, Bob Barr's 97 votes constitute a "mini-surge" in support for the Libertarian Party. For the GOP, good news is harder to find. Even on Guam.