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Jackie Kucinich / The Hill:
House GOP: We have leverage on bailout  —  House Republicans say they have significant leverage on the revamped bailout package, claiming that Democrats will scramble for votes unless they make changes to it.  —  Republicans in the lower chamber are balking at the bailout package …
Ryan Grim / The Crypt's Blogs:
Frank: Republicans “winced” when McCain was mentioned in meeting  —  Rep. Barney Frank (D-Mass.) said that “nobody mentioned McCain” during the several-hour-long meeting on the $700 billion market rescue plan, other than Frank and that his Republican colleagues “winced” when he did.
Discussion: The New Republic and Swampland
Frank James / The Swamp:
Obama picks Stones over Beatles
Rich Lowry / The Corner:   Situation in House  —  A friend following it closely …
Tami Luhby / CNNMoney.com:
Congress has a plan  —  Lawmakers agree on bailout principles …
Discussion: CNN and The Foundry
Jennifer Loven / Associated Press:   Tentative meltdown deal: Bush, McCain, Obama meet
David Rogers / The Politico:
Deal would phase in bailout funds
Mary Katharine Ham / Weekly Standard:
Bush Meets With Obama and McCain, Details of Possible Deal Emerge
Marc Ambinder:
Being Close To Russian Entails......  The next installment in Katie Couric's interview with Gov. Sarah Palin.  —  Watch CBS Videos Online  —  COURIC: You've cited Alaska's proximity to Russia as part of your foreign policy experience.  What did you mean by that?
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Steve Benen / Washington Monthly:
PALIN'S UNIQUE SPIN ON THE BAILOUT.... When Sarah Palin sat down with ABC's Charlie Gibson a couple of weeks ago, it was a fairly dominant story.  Palin's interview yesterday with CBS's Katie Couric is drawing significantly less attention, obviously because it's facing tougher competition from other news developments.
Jason Zengerle / The New Republic:
A Semi-Defense of Sarah Palin  —  Okay, maybe not even that.  Let's call it a charitable interpretation of Sarah Palin.  Matthew Yglesias is puzzled by her statement (in the interview Chris highlights below): … Yglesias wonders whether … But I think what she's actually talking …
Discussion: Matthew Yglesias
Kevin Hechtkopf / CBS News:
In CBS Interview, Palin Calls For Surge In Afghanistan
Discussion: Firedoglake
Christine Lagorio / CBS News:
New Sarah Palin Clip: Keeping An Eye On Putin
Discussion: TalkLeft and Washington Wire
The Huffington Post:
Obama Will Make Debate A Townhall If McCain Doesn't Show  —  UPDATE: An adviser Barack Obama says he expects John McCain to attend: … Barack Obama is committed to hosting a public, televised event Friday night in Mississippi even if John McCain does not show up, an official close to the Obama campaign tells the Huffington Post.
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Nitya / Political Radar:
Bill Clinton: Don't ‘Overly Parse’ McCain Request to Delay Debate  —  ABC News' Nitya Venkataraman Reports: Former President Bill Clinton defended Sen. John McCain's request to delay the first presidential debate, saying McCain did it in “good faith” and pushed organizers to reserve …
Liz Sidoti / Associated Press:   No change yet in McCain debate status
Peter Hamby / CNN:
Palin takes questions from press corps for first time  —  NEW YORK (CNN) — Sarah Palin took questions from her traveling press corps Thursday for the first time since being tapped as John McCain's running mate.  —  Speaking to a small pool of reporters following a visit to Ground Zero in lower Manhattan …
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Kenneth P. Vogel / The Politico:
In a first, Palin takes press questions  —  NEW YORK — Sarah Palin fielded four questions from a small group of reporters Thursday after touring several Sept. 11-related sites, articulating a forceful approach to the war on terror but offering mostly evasive answers to specific questions.
Discussion: The New Republic
Scott Mayerowitz / ABCNEWS:
O'Neill: Bush Doesn't Understand Crisis, ‘It Shows’  —  The President's Former Treasury Secretary Speaks Out About $700 Billion Bailout  —  ABC NEWS Business Unit  —  Former Treasury Secretary Paul O'Neill said today that our nation's leaders — especially President Bush — are “in a panic” …
Discussion: Think Progress and Hot Air
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Mark Finkelstein / NewsBusters.org:
Schieffer: Paulson Pleaded for McCain to Save Bailout
Jonathan Martin / Jonathan Martin's Blogs:
Nope, nothing campaign-related here  —  McCain met with congressional leaders earlier today and has now returned to his Senate office.  But it's increasingly implausible to think that what he's doing is anything different than he'd be doing on the campaign trail, except he's in person now instead of on his cell phone.
Discussion: Salon
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Jonathan Martin / The Politico:
McCain to do round of network interviews tonight  —  John McCain will appear on all three network newscasts tonight, a top aide said.  —  McCain is at the White House meeting with President Bush, Barack Obama and congressional leaders now and will tape interviews with NBC, ABC and CBS after the West Wing session.
Charlotte Bailey / Telegraph:
Hugh Hefner to sack Playboy bunnies amid financial crisis  —  Playboy bunnies have become the latest victim of the credit crunch.  —  Tycoon Hugh Hefner has been advised to cut back on staff at his multi-million dollar glamour empire as it struggles to cope during the global economic turmoil.
Discussion: Gawker and Jules Crittenden
Gallup:
Gallup Daily: Race Back to a Tie at 46% Each  —  PRINCETON, NJ — John McCain has gained ground and is now tied with Barack Obama among registered voters in the latest Gallup Poll Daily tracking update for Sept. 22-24, with each candidate getting 46% support.
Martin Kady II / The Crypt's Blogs:
McCain huddling with Boehner, Kyl to rally GOP support  —  The Senate clearly doesn't need McCain's help in pushing through the bailout deal, so McCain has returned to the Capitol and is meeting in Minority Leader John Boehner's office to discuss the legislation.
Discussion: The Swamp and TIME.com
Chicago Sun Times:
Obama grant being probed  —  A $100,000 state grant for a botanic garden in Englewood that then-state Sen. Barack Obama awarded in 2001 to a group headed by a onetime campaign volunteer is now under investigation by the Illinois attorney general amid new questions, prompted by Chicago Sun-Times reports …
Bob Cusack / The Hill:
McCain has not sponsored a banking bill this Congress  —  Republican presidential nominee John McCain has not introduced any banking or housing bills in the 110th Congress, while Democratic rival Barack Obama has proposed five.  —  Both candidates are traveling to Washington on Thursday …
 
 
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Greg Sargent / TPM Election Central:
Expert: McCain's Ads Won't Be All Down Until End Of Today
Discussion: Ben Smith's Blogs and Daily Kos
Andrew Sullivan / The Daily Dish:
Palin On Russia  —  All you can say is: unbelievable.  Except it's true.
Discussion: MoJoBlog
Daniel W. Reilly / The Politico:
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Paul Krugman:
A sneaking suspicion  —  So now the whole rationale for the plan is …
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