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8:15 AM ET, September 7, 2010


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Bridget Johnson / The Hill:
Obama: Critics ‘talk about me like a dog’  —  President Obama strayed from his prepared remarks at a Labor Day rally Monday to accused his opponents of talking about him “like a dog.”  —  Obama was in Milwaukee to speak at the Milwaukee Laborfest, attended by Labor Secretary Hilda Solis …
Jonathan Martin / The Politico:
‘They talk about me like a dog’  —  MILWAUKEE - Two years after appearing here on Labor Day to kick off the final stretch of his historic campaign, President Obama returned Monday to speak to union members, in a starkly different political environment.  —  The Democrats, on the ascent at Obama's 2008 …
Discussion: Betsy's Page and HazZzMat
TRENDING: Obama: They talk about me like a dog  —  (CNN) - Those following President Obama's prepared remarks during a speech in Milwaukee, Wisconsin Monday were thrown a bit of a curveball when it came to a description of his critics:  —  “Some powerful interests who had been dominating …
Frances Martel / Mediaite:
Pres. Obama On DC Opponents: “They Talk About Me Like A Dog”
William A. Jacobson / Le·gal In·sur·rec· tion:
Demonizer-In-Chief Upset People Demonize Him
Discussion: Betsy's Page and Pajamas Media
Washington Wire:
Obama's Remarks at Labor Rally in Wisconsin
Discussion: The Confluence and Publius Forum
Steve Benen / Washington Monthly:
Discussion: The Moderate Voice
Darren Goode / The Hill:
Boehner: Obama infrastructure plan is more failed stimulus
Washington Post:
Republicans making gains against Democrats ahead of midterm elections  —  Republicans are heading into the final weeks of the midterm campaign with the political climate highly in their favor, according to a new Washington Post-ABC News poll.  Americans are increasingly frustrated by a lack …
The Huffington Post:
A Forecast of the 2010 House Election Outcome  —  What's Your Reaction: … How many House seats will the Republicans gain in 2010?  To answer this question, we have run 1,000 simulations of the 2010 House elections.  The simulations are based on information from past elections going back to 1946.
Gerald F. Seib / Wall Street Journal:
Get Ready for an Anti-Incumbent Wave  —  Poll Shows Republicans Benefit From Fears About Economy; Democrats Need to Persuade Unenthusiastic Backers to Vote  —  This is about the time when Democrats thought—or perhaps hoped—the political clouds that have hung over them all year would begin to lift.
Discussion: Taegan Goddard's …
CNN Poll: GOP up 46 to 43 percent over Democrats on economy
Discussion: Taegan Goddard's …
The Huffington Post:
Political Scientists Forecast Big Losses For Democrats In 2010 Midterm Elections
Discussion: Taegan Goddard's …
John / Power Line:
It Pays To Be Crazed  —  A church in Florida is planning to burn copies of the Koran on September 11.  That proposal has been widely condemned, and now General Petraeus has entered the fray, warning that such a protest by the church could endanger American servicemen: … This strikes me as troubling.
Martha Raddatz / ABCNEWS:
‘Burn a Quran Day’ Sparks Protests in Afghanistan  —  A Florida pastor's plan to burn Qurans at his church on Sept. 11 ignited a protest today by hundreds of Afghans, who burned American flags and shouted “Death to America,” and drew a comment from the top U.S. commander in Afghanistan …
Wall Street Journal:
Petraeus Condemns U.S. Church's Plan to Burn Qurans
Adam Liptak / New York Times:
Clerks Highlight Supreme Court's Polarization  —  WASHINGTON — Each year, 36 young lawyers obtain the most coveted credential in American law: a Supreme Court clerkship.  Clerking for a justice is a glittering capstone on a résumé that almost always includes outstanding grades …
Discussion: Prairie Weather
Adam Liptak / New York Times:
Appeals Court in Atlanta Again Rejects Racial Discrimination Claim  —  John Hithon, a black man, spent 13 tough years working his way into the lower ranks of management at a Tyson Foods chicken plant in Gadsden, Ala. He started out as a “live hanger,” hoisting 24 squirming birds onto moving metal hooks every minute.
Jackie Calmes / New York Times:
Obama to Propose Tax Write-Off for Capital Investments  —  WASHINGTON - As part of his emerging program to jolt the economic recovery from its stall, President Obama will call this week for allowing businesses to deduct from their taxes through 2011 the full value of qualified capital investments …
Discussion: Pajamas Media
Ben White / The Politico:
Obama seeks biz equipment write-off
Discussion: CNN
New York Times:
Obama Offers a Transit Plan to Create Jobs
Obama pushes $50 billion in infrastructure spending
Marc Lacey / New York Times:
Republican Runs Street People on Green Ticket  —  TEMPE, Ariz. — Benjamin Pearcy, a candidate for statewide office in Arizona, lists his campaign office as a Starbucks.  The small business he refers to in his campaign statement is him strumming his guitar on the street.
Michael Moore /
Happy F**kin' Labor Day!  —  Dear Rahm Emanuel:  —  Happy F**kin' Labor Day!  I read this week that — according to a new book by Steven Rattner, your administration's former “Car Czar” — during White House meetings about how to save the tens of thousands of jobs that would be lost if GM …
Victor Davis Hanson / National Review:
For the Jews in Israel, Money Trumps All?  —  I know it's commonplace to read in the latest issue of Time or Newsweek that Obama is a god, that Islamophobic Americans are collectively prejudiced against Muslims, that the response after 9/11 was overblown and unnecessary (over 30 subsequent terrorist plots …
Bridget Johnson / The Hill:
Trumka: President, not Tea Partiers, can get country back to work  —  AFL-CIO President Richard Trumka pressed President Obama and the Democratic agenda heading into midterm elections, a day after steadfastly defending the administration's efforts in the face of stubbornly high unemployment.
Discussion: Weasel Zippers
Obama Unveils Huge Infrastructure/Jobs Program at Milwaukee's LaborFest
Noel Sheppard /
School Named After Al Gore and Rachel ‘DDT’ Carson Built on Toxic Soil  —  A new school will be opening in Los Angeles next Monday that is named after Nobel Laureate Al Gore and Rachel Carson, the woman almost single-handedly responsible for DDT being banned in the '70s.
Discussion: Babalú Blog
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