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10:15 AM ET, August 24, 2008

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William Kristol / Weekly Standard Blog:
The Democrats' Glass Ceiling  —  So Hillary Clinton gets about 18 million votes in 2008, and isn't even considered for—she apparently isn't even given the courtesy of being consulted—the vice presidential pick.  Joe Biden manages to persuade a few thousand (if that) Iowans to support him.
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Michael D. Shear / Washington Post:
McCain Tries to Rile Up Clinton Voters Against Obama  —  SEDONA, Ariz. — A new television ad by Sen. John McCain aims to tap into anger at Sen. Barack Obama among the legions of Hillary Clinton supporters by suggesting that the Democratic nominee dissed his one-time rival.
Washington Wire:
New McCain Ad Uses Clinton Attacks  —  Amy Chozick reports on the presidential race in Springfield, Ill.  —  No sooner had Barack Obama publicly announced his new running mate had John McCain's campaign produced an attack ad asking: Why not Hillary?  —  “Passed Over” will hit the airwaves at (you guessed it) 3 a.m. Sunday.
Jennifer Parker / Political Radar:
Obama Misspeaks, Calls Biden ‘The Next President’; Biden Calls Obama ‘Barack America’  —  ABC News' Sara Just reports: Journalists who were awake until the wee hours waiting for confirmation that Sen. Joe Biden, D-Del., was indeed Barack Obama's running mate, cannot be blamed if their hearing is a little fuzzy today.
CNN:
Some in Clinton circle ‘outraged’  —  (CNN) — Evan as Hillary Clinton praised the newly-minted Democratic presidential ticket Saturday, some in her circle are furious Barack Obama did not appear to give the New York Democrat serious consideration for the No. 2 spot, or even ask for her consultation on the matter.
Andrew Malcolm / Top of the Ticket:
Today's new McCain ad quotes Clinton on Obama, asks why she's not on the ticket  —  Well, it didn't take long for the campaign of Sen. John McCain to bring his good friend Hillary Clinton into the confrontational mix.  —  Both senators are on the Armed Services Committee and …
Discussion: The Swamp
Rasmussen Reports:
39% Say Biden the Right Choice, Women Less Enthusiastic  —  On the day that Barack Obama announced Joe Biden as his running mate, 39% of voters said he made the right choice.  A Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey found that 25% disagreed and another 35% are not sure.
Discussion: The Strata-Sphere and Don Surber
Nedra Pickler / Associated Press:
Biden got Obama call during root canal  —  Featured Topics: - John McCain - Barack Obama  —  DENVER - Joe Biden got the call from Barack Obama while undergoing a root canal.  —  As he sat in a dental chair Thursday, Biden received word that Obama was on the line and interrupted the procedure …
Lynn Sweet:
The launch of the Obama-Biden ticket in Springfield.  Obama speech text.
Discussion: TRAIL BLAZERS and Undiplomatic
Reuters:
VP choice Biden unpopular in Iraq for autonomy plan
Discussion: TigerHawk
Liz Sidoti / Associated Press:
Analysis: Biden fills attack role
Tyler Cowen / New York Times:
Finding the Mess Behind the Mess  —  A BURSTING real estate bubble set off the Japanese recession of the 1990s, which deepened as ailing banks languished.  It took Japan's economy more than a decade to resume steady, noticeable growth.  —  Will this happen to the United States?
Mike Allen / The Politico:
Colin Powell in McCain mix  —  Retired Gen. Colin Powell is among the potential running mates who have been considered by John McCain, campaign advisers told Politico.  —  Powell was among the possible vice presidential choices the Arizona Republican senator was thinking of when he said he would not rule …
Discussion: Hot Air and Brilliant at Breakfast
Washington Post:
Support for Each Candidate Holds Steady  —  Democrat Barack Obama and Republican John McCain are locked in a highly competitive race for the White House, with voters giving McCain a clear edge as a potential commander in chief but Obama a sizable advantage on economic issues …
David Harsanyi / David Harsanyi's Blog:
Biden on Haditha  —  In June 2006, straight-talking Joe Biden went on Meet the Press and demanded accountability from the administration for the so-called Haditha massacre.  Biden spoke about the incident as if the accused marines were guilty (before a trial) and called on the administration to proceed …
Discussion: michellemalkin.com
Jane Hamsher / Firedoglake:
ACTION: Tell AP To Remove Ron Fournier From the Presidential Beat  —  As recently as last year, Ron Fournier considered working for the McCain campaign.  Instead he took a job as Washington bureau chief for the AP, but it looks like he's still working for McCain.
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Michael Barone / Real Clear Politics:
The Chosen Obama Narrative
Allahpundit / Hot Air:
Flashback: The obligatory “I think I probably have a much higher IQ …
Chicago Sun Times:
U. of C. shunning poor patients?
Monique Morrisey / epi.org:
Social Security — government report shows that program is healthy …
Big Tent Democrat / TalkLeft:
Some Comic Relief And A Real Problem
Discussion: New York Times
Peter Wehner / The Corner:
Obama-Biden 2008  —  I have now watched and read Senator Biden's speech …
 Earlier Items: 
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Rasmussen Reports:
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Washington Post:
Biden Is Obama's Pick for VP
Michael R. Gordon / New York Times:
A Democratic Leader on Foreign Policy, in Iraq and the Balkans
Discussion: The Swamp
Hugh Hewitt / Townhall.com:
McCain Counters With...  Romney, of course.  The same factors …
Andrew Sullivan / The Daily Dish:
What Does This Really Tell Us?