- Obama says he can’t change Washington from the inside, which is pretty much him saying that he thinks public pressure is more effective than backroom arm-twisting.
- A blow-by-blow of the first Warren-Brown debate. The Republican opened with the heritage issue.
- Tim Kaine misfires on the 47%.
- Romney responds to a question about his latest campaign strategy:
“Ha ha. We’re in the stretch aren’t we? Look at those clouds. It’s beautiful,” he said, pointing to the sky. “Look at those things.”
- Dr. Rove diagnoses his symptoms.
- In case any Republicans with buyer’s remorse are wondering what Rick Perry is up to these days:
Rick Perry, speaking on a conference call with Christian conservatives Tuesday, called the separation between church and state a false premise that is advanced by the devil.
Herman Cain tells Univ. of Florida students he would have "substantial lead" over Obama if he were the nominee #HotlineSort—
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“I think Todd Akin was the choice of the people in Missouri, and Todd Akin has publicly apologized,” Gingrich said. “I just think people ought to be a little cautious about saying the voters of Missouri don’t count.”