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10:10 AM ET, November 1, 2009

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Frank Rich / New York Times:
The G.O.P. Stalinists Invade Upstate New York  —  BARACK OBAMA'S most devilish political move since the 2008 campaign was to appoint a Republican congressman from upstate New York as secretary of the Army.  This week's election to fill that vacant seat has set off nothing less than a riotous and bloody national G.O.P. civil war.
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Michelle Malkin:
NYT columnist Frank Rich has the heebie-jeebies  —  Aw, poor Frank Rich.  The far Left columnist for the New York Times is spooked by mainstream conservatives asserting themselves in the NY-23 congressional race.  —  Limited government activists rising up against the GOP elite?  —  Horrors!
Discussion: The Other McCain
Dede for Congress:
A Message from Dede  —  Dear Friends and Supporters:  —  Throughout the course of my campaign for Congress, I have made the people of the 23rd District and the issues that affect them the focal point of my campaign.  As a life long resident of this District, I care deeply and passionately about its people and our way of life.
Glenn Harlan Reynolds / Washington Examiner:
It's the follow-through that matters in New York's special race  —  Next week's special congressional election in New York's 23rd Congressional District seems to have the entire political class in an uproar.  Mainstream Republican pols like former House Speaker Newt Gingrich are afraid …
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William A. Jacobson / Le·gal In·sur·rec· tion:
Doug Hoffman Is Scaaary!
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David S. Broder / Washington Post:
David S. Broder on next week's elections as an opening act for 2010
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Alex Isenstadt / The Politico:
A profile in courage, it isn't  —  As conservative activists scored …
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Mark Preston / CNN:
Gingrich endorses Hoffman
Valerie Bauman / Associated Press:
Republican in NY House race suspends campaign
Greg Gordon / McClatchy Washington Bureau:
How Goldman secretly bet on the U.S. housing crash  —  WASHINGTON — In 2006 and 2007, Goldman Sachs Group peddled more than $40 billion in securities backed by at least 200,000 risky home mortgages, but never told the buyers it was secretly betting that a sharp drop in U.S. housing prices …
Dan Zak / Washington Post:
Obamas give out treats, fruit to White House trick-or-treaters  —  The first lady was dressed as a leopard, with a smear of eyeliner, fuzzy ears and a spotted orange-and-black top.  The president was dressed as a middle-aged dad, with a black cardigan, checkered shirt and sensible brown slacks.
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BBC:
Afghanistan poll in disarray after pull-out  —  President Hamid Karzai's rival in the second round of the Afghan presidential election has announced in Kabul that he is withdrawing from the poll.  —  “I will not participate in the election,” Dr Abdullah told supporters …
Charles Franklin / Pollster.com:
NY23 Siena Poll Again: Some Hope for Each Side  —  The new Siena College poll of NY-23 has mixed news for both parties now that Scozzafava has suspended her campaign.  The key question is how does her vote split between Owens and Hoffman.  (And keep in mind she'll still be on the ballot …
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New York Times:
Democrats Push for Plan to Cut Deficit  —  WASHINGTON — Faced with anxiety in financial markets about the huge federal deficit and the potential for it to become an electoral liability for Democrats, the White House and Congressional leaders are weighing options for narrowing the gap …
Laura Saunders / Wall Street Journal:
State Death Taxes Are the Latest Worry  —  With the federal estate tax disappearing for most people, state death taxes have emerged as a surprise new worry.  —  This year, the federal exemption rose to $3.5 million per individual, or as much as $7 million per married couple.
Los Angeles Times:
California to withhold a bigger chunk of paychecks  —  The amount goes up 10% on Sunday as Sacramento borrows from taxpayers.  Technically, it's not an income tax increase: You'll get the money back eventually.  —  Reporting from Los Angeles and Sacramento - Starting Sunday …
 
 
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