Nobody's Happy:Generally Assembly 2005 has finally ended -- until a special session on slots or whatever is called -- so hurray for that. The major dailies, of course, have all the details, withThe Sunleading withthanks towanting to avoid a fillibuster.The Washington Post's session-ending story leads with Democrats: namely gay rights, increase minimum wage, the Wal-Mart health-care tax bill, etc.The Washington Times? Why it's nasty Dem legislatorsthat requires the governor to get approval from the legislature before joining international trade agreements. AndThe Diamondbackon the.And, of course, everyone's cranky, blaming everyone but themselves for whatever bills they liked/didn't like not passing/passing. Yawn.Anyway, the lack of a slots bill garnered the most finger-pointing. Here's the wrap-up on that fromand.End of session means report cards and such, so here'sandfromThe Sun, andfrom thePost. While I pretty much agree with theSun's take on Winners and Losers, I don't thinkis as big a loser as they do (he's smarter than he seems, though not enough to get re-elected), nor issuch a big winner (he may be politically wily -- more so than even the always sly Miller this session -- but since he represents a relatively conservative district, he may be thespeaker to lose his House seat this decade).Finally, the first cityside columnist to weigh in on this year's GA session is theSun's Michael Olesker, whoup to and including the tsunami.