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2:00 AM ET, October 12, 2008

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Lynn Zinser / Slap Shot:
Palin Met With Boos at Flyers' Opener  —  When Sarah Palin dropped the ceremonial first puck at the Flyers' opener on Saturday night at the Wachovia Center, she was greeted by resounding (almost deafening) boos.  Ed Snider, owner of the Flyers, had her introduced to the crowd more as a hockey mom …
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Jonathan Martin / Jonathan Martin's Blogs:
John Lewis, invoking George Wallace, says McCain and Palin ‘playing with fire’  —  UPDATED WITH MCCAIN STATEMENT AND OBAMA REACTION  —  Civil rights icon and Georgia congressman John Lewis is accusing John McCain and Sarah Palin of stoking hate, likening the atmosphere at Republican campaign events …
Ben Smith / Ben Smith's Blogs:
Booed on the ice  —  It's hard to blame Sarah Palin for her booing on the ice in Philadelphia this evening.  It's almost a truism of politics that if you send a pol to a sporting event, he's going to get booed.  Politicians, as a class, aren't all that popular, and it's what sports fans do.
Discussion: Lonewacko, BobGeiger.com and Salon
Shushannah Walshe / FOX Embeds:
Palin Drops Puck at Flyer's Game Receives Mixed Reaction  —  Sarah Palin has become known as “The Most Famous Hockey Mom in America” for her constant referral to herself on the stump as “just a hockey mom.”  This evening, she met that title head on by dropping the first puck …
Discussion: TBogg
Glenn Reynolds / Pajamas Media:
NO JUSTICE, NO PEACE?  So we've had nearly 8 years of lefty assassination fantasies about George W. Bush, and Bill Ayers' bombing campaign is explained away as a consequence of him having just felt so strongly about social justice, but a few people yell things at McCain rallies and suddenly it's …
Discussion: Chicago Boyz
Ryan Cormier / Pulp Culture:
The Boo Birds  —  So, how did Philadelphia Flyers fans greet Sarah Palin, who was on hand tonight for the ceremonial puck-drop?  —  Watching on Comcast, it seemed like there was an avalanche of boos when she walked out — boos that were almost immediately drowned out by blaring, bombastic music.
The Politico:
What impact will the finding that Sarah Palin “abused her authority” have on the campaign?  —  As one who was a victim of violence and hate during the height of the Civil Rights Movement, I am deeply disturbed by the negative tone of the McCain-Palin campaign.
Elisabeth Bumiller / New York Times:
Congressman Rebukes McCain for Recent Rallies
Discussion: Don Surber and The Gist
Faiz / Think Progress:
Philadelphia Flyers fans boo ‘hockey mom’ Palin.
Discussion: Associated Press
Gateway Pundit:
Talk About Angry Thugs... Philly Leftists Boo Sarah Palin …
Discussion: Whiskey Fire
McClatchy Washington Bureau:
Private sector loans, not Fannie or Freddie, triggered crisis  —  WASHINGTON — As the economy worsens and Election Day approaches, a conservative campaign that blames the global financial crisis on a government push to make housing more affordable to lower-class Americans has taken off on talk radio and e-mail.
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Frank Rich / New York Times:
The Terrorist Barack Hussein Obama  —  IF you think way back to the start of this marathon campaign, back when it seemed preposterous that any black man could be a serious presidential contender, then you remember the biggest fear about Barack Obama: a crazy person might take a shot at him.
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Sarah Baxter / Times of London:
McCain tussles with Palin over whipping up a mob mentality
Allahpundit / Hot Air:   Report: McCain, Palin at odds over how hard to hit Obama
New York Times:
Concern in G.O.P. After Rough Week for McCain  —  After a turbulent week that included disclosures about Gov. Sarah Palin and signs that Senator John McCain was struggling to strike the right tone for his campaign, Republican leaders said Saturday that they were worried Mr. McCain was heading …
New York Times:
White House Overhauling Rescue Plan  —  WASHINGTON — As international leaders gathered here on Saturday to grapple with the global financial crisis, the Bush administration embarked on an overhaul of its own strategy for rescuing the foundering financial system.
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BBC:
IMF in global ‘meltdown’ warning
Discussion: Reuters and naked capitalism
Henry J. Pulizzi / Wall Street Journal:
World's Financial Leaders Vow to Unite
Discussion: Washington Monthly and MarketWatch
John Deeth / Iowa Independent:
John McCain: Davenport Liveblog  —  Why is John McCain in Iowa when polls show him trailing?  Will he again defend his opponent Barack Obama from personal attacks as he did Friday?  What is his response to an Alaska legislative report charging his running mate Sarah Palin with abuse of power?
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Washington Wire:
Pastor Delivers Odd Invocation at McCain Rally
Discussion: The RBC and RADAMISTO
Marc Ambinder:
A Religious War In Davenport?
Discussion: TIME.com
Thomas Lifson / American Thinker:
This could be the game changer  —  Someone with the unlikely name of Molotov Mitchell has produced a 10 minute and 52 second video [watch it below] that could well change the terms of the election — if enough people watch it.  Illuminati Productions has posted it to YouTube.
The Politico:
Exclusive: McCain to unveil more economic policies  —  As part of a plan to reinvigorate his flagging campaign, Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) is considering additional economic measures aimed directly at the middle class that are likely to be rolled out this week, campaign officials said.
Andy McCarthy / The Corner:
Did Obama Write “Dreams from My Father” ... Or Did Ayers?  —  There has been speculation about this which I've ignored, no doubt because there are enough policy reasons to oppose Barack Obama and I don't want to feed into what sounds, at first blush, like Vince Fosteresque paranoia.
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Publius / Obsidian Wings:
Obama's Ghostwriters — ObWi Exclusive!!
Discussion: Balloon Juice
Mark Steyn / The Corner:
The 50-state campus  —  Anyone wondering what my battle to restore the right to free speech in Canada has to do with America should read Michael Barone on “The Coming Obama Thugocracy”.  WGN's Milt Rosenberg, NR's Stanley Kurtz and others have already been on the receiving end of the thugocracy.
Discussion: Balloon Juice
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Rasmussen Reports:
The Coming Obama Thugocracy
 
 
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Michael Cooper / New York Times:
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Discussion: Washington Monthly
Adam Liptak / New York Times:
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Nathan Thornburgh / Time:
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Discussion: Kevin Drum
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Scott Conroy / CBS News:
Man At Palin Rally Displays Monkey Doll Donning Obama Sticker
Discussion: The Swamp and AMERICAblog News
Andy McCarthy / The Corner:
What kind of education reform did Ayers & Obama have in mind?
Discussion: Power Line and The Sundries Shack
CNN:
Palin heightens rhetoric on abortion
Alexander Marquardt / CNN:
Biden to Palin: Don't lecture me on patriotism
Discussion: Mudflats and Crooks and Liars