Perhaps this is just a symptom of my jaded old age, but I really don't care much about the Hall of Fame any more. And today's vote for Sutter just sort of cements this.
Sutter was a very good pitcher, great at times. But to put Sutter in the Hall and not Blyleven, or Santo, or Gossage, or many other potential candidates, just emphasizes to my mind how utterly pointless the whole thing has become.
Sutter is not the worst guy in the Hall by any means, but he is a second-tier candidate, and putting him in shows how misguided the current selection process is.