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10:20 AM ET, June 10, 2009

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Allahpundit / Hot Air:
Letterman Top Ten: Palin has a “slutty flight attendant look”; Audio: “Pathetic,” says Palin  —  I bet Ashley Herzog's bummed he didn't pull this a day earlier, huh?  It would have made a sweet addition to her latest column.  The best part: Letterman wondering why Slutty Flight Attendant didn't stop by the show.
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Daniel Terrapin / Conservatives4Palin.com:
David Letterman is a Sexist Pervert; UPDATE: Gov. Palin Responds; Treacher Smackdown  —  Scroll down for updates  —  While counting down “The Top Ten Highlights Of Sarah Palin's Trip To New York” on the Late Show, David Letterman thought it would be funny to use crude and sexist terms to describe an accomplished governor.
Jim Treacher / Jim Treacher's Blog …:
IT MIGHT NOT BE THE BEST IDEA FOR DAVID LETTERMAN TO JOKE ABOUT UNDERAGE GIRLS BEING RAPED  —  Look out, Guy Cimbalo.  There's a new thuglike misogynist creep in town:  —  Before I continue, I'll pause for a moment so you can catch your breath and ease that stitch in your side.  —  Ready?
Discussion: Neptunus Lex
Dan / Riehl World View:
Letterman On Palin's Daughter  —  Update: Geez, it was the 14 year-old daughter Willow at the game.  Poorly researched and thought out inappropriate joke, or is Letterman even more of a pig for using it?  —  Update 2: Palin responds on radio.  Calls it “pathetic”.  —  Short clip below.
Roy Edroso / alicublog:
THE INAPPROPRIATE LAUGHS KEEP ON COMIN'!  Following on the …
Amy Gardner / Washington Post:
Deeds Surges to Stunning Win in Va.  —  Running with the least money and fewest ties to vote-rich Northern Virginia, State Sen. R. Creigh Deeds has won the three-way Democratic primary for governor, paving the way for a rematch with Republican Bob McDonnell in the fall.
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Rebecca Sinderbrand / CNN:
McAuliffe: ‘I gave it all I had’  —  ARLINGTON, Virginia (CNN) …
Discussion: Townhall.com
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Von / Obsidian Wings:
Let it come down … Possibly the baddest few lines of script and stage direction in Shakespeare's plays, and here I've gone and appropriated it for a boring post on President Obama's looming budget deficits.  * This is reason no. 502 why the internet sucks.
Jonathan Weisman / Wall Street Journal:
Democrats Mix Signals on Deficit
Mark Landler / New York Times:
Palau to Take Chinese Guantánamo Detainees  —  WASHINGTON — The United States has won an agreement to transfer up to 17 Chinese Muslims from the prison camp at Guantánamo Bay, Cuba, to Palau, a sparsely populated archipelago in the North Pacific, according to a statement released …
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The Politico:
Biden pushes envelope with praise  —  Vice President Joe Biden offered an exuberant endorsement of Supreme Court nominee Sonia Sotomayor at a White House event Tuesday - but some legal analysts believe he went too far by suggesting she would rule in favor of police if confirmed.
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Carrie Budoff Brown / The Politico:
Coach Obama: Shape up now  —  President Barack Obama eats his vegetables and exercises every day — and he really wants you to do the same.  —  From the White House garden to his picks for top health jobs, Obama is telling America's McDonald's-loving, couch-dwelling, doctor-phobic populace that things are about to change.
Discussion: The Caucus and Crooks and Liars
Myglesias / Matthew Yglesias:
Coburn Claims “VA Is Not Up to the Level of Health Care of the Rest of the Country,” Ignoring Clear Evidence of Its Quality  —  On CSPAN this morning, Senator Tom Coburn made the case against a government-run insurance plan on the strange grounds that a government-run health care delivery system would be ineffective.
Discussion: Washington Monthly
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Susan Page / USA Today:
Poll: Most don't know who speaks for GOP  —  WASHINGTON — Republicans, out of power and divided over how to get it back, are finding even the most basic questions hard to answer.  —  Here's one: Who speaks for the GOP?  —  The question flummoxes most Americans, a USA TODAY/Gallup Poll finds …
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Frank Newport / Gallup:
Limbaugh, Gingrich, Cheney Seen as Speaking for GOP
Akmuckraker / The Mudflats:
Governor Palin?  We Can Still Hear You Up Here...  There were several things that jumped out at Alaskans from the Hannity/Palin interview that taped on Sunday and aired the following night on Fox.  First was the gooey missive on how great it is that Alaskans own the resources of the state …
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Joe Flint / Company Town:
News Corp. in talks to unload Weekly Standard to Anschutz  —  News Corp. is near a deal to sell its right-wing political magazine, the Weekly Standard, to conservative media mogul Philip Anschutz, according to people familiar with the situation.  —  Launched in 1995 and edited by William Kristol …
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Joe Flint / Los Angeles Times:
News Corp. may sell Weekly Standard to Anschutz
Charles Krauthammer / New York Post:
HOW FOX NEWS OPENED AMERICA  —  The following is excerpted from Charles Krauthammer's remarks upon receiving the 2009 Eric Breindel Award for Excellence in Opinion Journalism, named for The Post's late edit orial-page editor, yesterday in Washing ton.  —  AT a time when awards in the humanities …
Discussion: Don Surber and Power Line
Deborah Solomon / Wall Street Journal:
Salaries Safe, Bonuses Hit  —  Obama Drops Tough Plan on Bank Compensation; 10 Lenders Repay Bailout Cash  —  The Obama administration is dropping its plan to cap salaries at firms receiving government bailout money, leaving them subject to congressionally imposed limits on bonuses, according to people familiar with the matter.
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New York Times:
Feeling Slighted, Rich Patron Led Albany Revolt  —  ALBANY — In early spring, Tom Golisano went to Albany from his home in Rochester to meet with Malcolm A. Smith, then the Senate majority leader.  —  Mr. Golisano, a billionaire business executive, had spent heavily to help Mr. Smith …
Lyle Denniston / SCOTUSblog:
Court clears Chrysler sale, without dissent  —  UPDATE 8:29 p.m. Word was circulating in Washington and New York Tuesday night that the Chrysler deal could be wrapped up as early as Wednesday morning, with the electronic transfer of funds to pay Chrysler for most of its existing assets.
Robert Pear / New York Times:
Democrats Nearing Consensus on Health Plan  —  WASHINGTON — A broad consensus on the contours of legislation to remake the nation's health care system appeared to be developing among Democratic leaders on Tuesday as three House committee chairmen outlined a bill generally similar to one being written in the Senate.
 
 
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Jonathan Steele / Guardian:
Now Obama must include Iran in an axis of respect
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Michael O'Hanlon / Washington Post:
Obama's Pentagon Budget: Not Enough for Defense
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Glenn Kessler / Washington Post:
Dennis Ross Faces Big Task on Iran Policy, Including Overcoming Pro-Israel Label
Camille Paglia / Salon:
Obama's hit — and big miss
Zachary Roth / TPMMuckraker:
CIA Stance On Torture Tape Docs Suggests Obama's New Open Government …
BBC:
Breaking the wall  —  On the eve of the 20th anniversary …
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Peter Finn / Washington Post:
Terror Suspect Ghailani Brought From Guantanamo Bay to U.S. for Trial
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Christopher Neefus / CNSNews:
Katie Couric Tells Princeton Grads to Avoid ‘Nastiness,’ …
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Chip Johnson / San Francisco Chronicle:
Budget woes have Oakland mulling bankruptcy
Scott Shane / New York Times:
Lawsuits Force Disclosures by C.I.A.
Discussion: Emptywheel
New York Times:
Poll Finds Paterson Deeply Unpopular
Discussion: FiveThirtyEight
Ken Thomas / Associated Press:
House plan seeks to pull car sales out of doldrums