Morning Must Reads: Pragmatic

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Outgoing White House Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel waves next to U.S. President Barack Obama in the East Room of the White House in Washington October 1, 2010. (Photo by REUTERS/Larry Downing)

–The DNC banks a gangbusters September.

–Mostly conservative outside money dwarfs everything.

–Pelosi doesn’t take pragmatic animosity personally.

–Rahm kicks off his mayoral campaign.

–Mark Leibovich digs deep on Glenn Beck.

–A nurses union tees off on Sharron Angle.

–Her forthright conversation with Tea Party candidate Scott Ashjian was caught on tape.

–Barbara Boxer goes the route of the traditional Democratic attack ad this cycle: hitting on outsourcing/free trade.

–California nears a budget deal.

–Paul Krugman considers classical economists.–Cryptic (and totally unconfirmed) signs indicate a super computer virus may have come from the Israel.

–Vegetables: Ryan Lizza’s exhaustive cap-and-trade autopsy.

–Side dish: Gabe Sherman’s dispatch on the cable news wars.

–Dessert: “Right Wing Radio Duck.”


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