Morning Must Reads: About That “Senator Program”

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Official White House Photo by Pete Souza

Official White House photo by Pete Souza

–John Broder and Clifford Krauss, among others, scratch their heads over offshore drilling.

–Tom Schaller says everybody’s a bit right.

–China signals willingness to play ball on Iran sanctions.

–Sino-American relations warm.

–The RNC gets a potential rival.

–The spending scrutiny continues.

–The Family Research Council takes flight.

–Bill Halter has raised $2 million in one month, a bad sign for Blanche Lincoln.

Matt Lewis says Rick Santorum may benefit from low expectations. The expectations are low.

–How close did we come to talking about PawlentyCare?

–Corker breaks from the script.

–Geithner sharpens his political tongue. He may be an effective surrogate yet.

–He’s fighting to keep specific language on leverage constraints out of financial reform. The White House looks Greek.

–Rep. Hank Johnson of Georgia is very worried about this “Guam” place capsizing.

–And in honor of today’s date: U.S. Government To Save Billions By Cutting Wasteful Senator Program.

What did I miss?