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8:35 PM ET, February 22, 2009

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Jennifer Parker / George's Bottom Line:
Schwarzenegger to GOP: Put Aside Ideology  —  California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger repeated today on “This Week” that he'd take any state aid money GOP governors like Gov. Mark Sanford, R-S.C. turn down — a position that has raised the ire of many of his Republican colleagues in Washington, D.C. this weekend.
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Victoria McGrane / The Politico:
GOP out of touch, says Arnold  —  California Republican Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger suggested that his party is out of touch with average Americans on the issue of health care.  —  “You've got to listen to the people.  If the nation is screaming out loud, 'We need health care reform.
Discussion: Right Wing News
New York Times:
Governors' Fight Over Stimulus May Define G.O.P.  —  WASHINGTON — Republican governors split sharply over the weekend over how to respond to the economic crisis, a debate whose outcome will go a long way toward shaping how the national party redefines itself in the wake of its election defeats of recent years.
Victoria McGrane / The Politico:
GOP governor rift on full display
Discussion: TIME.com
ABCNEWS:
‘This Week’ Transcript: Arnold Schwarzenegger
Discussion: Crooks and Liars
Ryan Lizza / New Yorker:
Rahm Emanuel on the job.  —  Rahm Emanuel's office, which is no more than a three-second walk from the Oval Office, is as neat as a Marine barracks.  On his desk, the files and documents, including leatherbound folders from the National Security Council, are precisely arranged, each one parallel with the desk's edge.
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Myglesias / Matthew Yglesias:
Rahm Emanuel Suggests He Agrees Stimulus Package Wasn't Big Enough  —  Here's an intriguing swathe of Ryan Lizza's profile of Rahm Emanuel: … Whether or not you think Emanuel is right about the legislative politics, it seems to significant for the White House Chief of Staff to concede …
Discussion: Firedoglake and MoJo Blog Posts
Glenn Greenwald / Salon:
Fox News “war games” the coming civil war  —  (updated below)  —  Bill Clinton's election in 1992 gave rise to the American “militia movement”: hordes of overwhelmingly white, middle-aged men from suburban and rural areas who convinced themselves they were defending the American way of life from the …
Ben Smith / Ben Smith's Blogs:
Shelby dabbles in citizenship rumor [UPDATED]  —  A dispatch from Cullman, Alabama: … I emailed Shelby's spokesman, Jonathan Graffeo, to ask if Shelby believes there's substance to this rumor, for which no supporting evidence has ever emerge, and which has been debunked repeatedly and in detail.
Discussion: Don Surber and Pat Dollard
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Scott / Power Line:
REMEMBERING THE INDISPENSABLE MAN  —  Today is the anniversary of the birth of George Washington.  Of all the great men of the revolutionary era to whom we owe our freedom, Washington's greatness was the rarest and the most needed.  At this remove in time, it is also the hardest to comprehend.
Jeff Donn / Associated Press:
Army charity hoards millions, investigation finds  —  FORT BLISS, Texas - As soldiers stream home from Iraq and Afghanistan, the biggest charity inside the U.S. military has been stockpiling tens of millions of dollars meant to help put returning fighters back on their feet, an Associated Press investigation shows.
Discussion: TheZoo
Financial Crisis and Recession:
The right way to create a good bank and a bad bank  —  Policymakers continue to struggle to figure out how to turn a troubled bank into a good bank and a bad bank.  Under the good-bank/bad-bank policy, the good bank will operate free from concerns about troubled assets …
Maureen Dowd / New York Times:
Dark Dark Dark  —  Barack Obama's grandmother told him to smile more.  Bill Clinton tells the new president to strut more.  —  As the country takes a bullet train to bankruptcy, the last Democratic president urged the current one to “embody” that old American spunk.
Walter Alarkon / The Hill:
Palin shuns spotlight to pick up the pieces  —  Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin (R) is uncharacteristically shunning the spotlight this week in an apparent effort to repair damage to her political stature back home.  —  Even though just about every big-name governor and leading conservative …
Andrew Porter / Telegraph:
European MPs earning £1 million profits in a term report finds  —  Members of the European Parliament are earning up to £1 million in profit in just one five-year term in office through expenses and allowances, a leaked report has revealed.  —  The report sparked calls …
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John / Power Line:   EUROPE'S POLITICIANS DON'T PAY THEIR TAXES, EITHER
George F. Will / Washington Post:
Sen. Feingold's Constitution  —  A simple apology would have sufficed.  Instead, Sen. Russ Feingold has decided to follow his McCain-Feingold evisceration of the First Amendment with Feingold-McCain, more vandalism against the Constitution.  —  The Wisconsin Democrat …
William A. Jacobson / Le·gal In·sur·rec· tion:
The Revolt of the Kulaks Has Begun  —  The beginning of a protest movement against Barack Obama's redistributive policies is underway.  Though still small, every movement starts somewhere.  While called the “Tea Party” after the Boston Tea Party, this movement is similar to movements throughout history …
Discussion: Riehl World View
Alexander Mooney / CNN:
Obama in perpetual campaign, Barbour says  —  (CNN) - It's no coincidence President Obama has traveled to key swing states to push his massive stimulus measure, Mississippi Gov. Haley Barbour said Sunday.  —  Barbour, a former chairman of the Republican National Committee …
Discussion: Pat Dollard
Rajiv Chandrasekaran / Washington Post:
From Captive To Suicide Bomber  —  Accused of Being Little More Than a Low-Level Taliban Fighter, Abdallah al-Ajmi Was Held by the U.S. for Nearly Four Years.  After His Release, He Blew Up an Iraqi Army Outpost.  Did Guantanamo Propel Him to Do It?  —  A little more than two years …
 
 
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Patrick McGroarty / Associated Press:
EU leaders back sweeping financial regulations
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