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9:50 PM ET, October 24, 2010


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Javier Manjarres / The Shark Tank:
“Heckler” Disrupts Florida U.S. Senate Debate  —  Tampa, Florida- The three candidates for the open U.S. Senate seat in Florida squared off again in another debate hosted by CNN and the St. Petersburg Times this Sunday morning.  The audience was not lulled to sleep, as there were an abundance …
Discussion: Hot Air, Moe Lane and JammieWearingFool
America's Worst Politician  —  The short, ugly career of Alan Grayson.  —  ORLANDO—There are hundreds of plausible nominees for the title of America's Second-Smarmiest Politician, but surely the top spot is un-contested.  Americans of all political persuasions can come together in affirming …
Kevin Bogardus / The Hill:
Crist, Meek try to paint Rubio as too extreme in Sunday Senate debate
Discussion: CNN and The Politico
Gschwarzcnn / CNN:
LIVE BLOG from the Florida Senate debate
Charles Murray / Washington Post:
The tea party warns of a New Elite.  They're right.  —  The tea party appears to be of one mind on at least one thing: America has been taken over by a New Elite.  —  “On one side, we have the elites,” Fox News host Glenn Beck explained last month, “and the other side, we have the regular people.”
Ed Morrissey / Hot Air:
Wikileaks documents show WMDs found in Iraq  —  In this case, the surprise isn't the data but the source.  Wikileaks' new release from purloined files of the Department of Defense may help remind people that, contrary to popular opinion and media memes, the US did find weapons of mass destruction in Iraq, and in significant quantities.
Amy Gardner / Washington Post:
Gauging the scope of the tea party movement in America  —  In an unruly, unpredictable and chaotic election year, no group has asserted its presence and demanded to be heard more forcefully than the tea party.  The grass-roots movement that was spawned with a rant has gone on to upend …
David Weigel / Slate:
Lefty academics convene in Berkeley to try to make sense of the Tea Party movement.  —  BERKELEY, Calif.—On the night before we are scheduled to address this conference, the Tea Party experts are treated to a meal at the Faculty Club.  It sounds fancy, and it is, with the feel and décor of a Sundance ski lodge.
Discussion: Don Surber, GayPatriot and Althouse
Bridget Johnson / The Hill:
Reid: ‘My manhood has never been in question’  —  Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) fired back at GOP challenger Sharron Angle on Saturday for saying during their debate earlier this month that he should “man up.”  —  “This is what her and her kind all around this country are using …
Joshua Miller / ABCNEWS:
Top Democrat Says His Party Will Not Lose the House  —  DNC Chair Tim Kaine Says Country Trending in Democratic Direction  —  Does Tim Kaine, the chairman of the Democratic National Committee, know something all the pundits, pollsters and political prognosticators don't?
Frank Rich / New York Times:
What Happened to Change We Can Believe In?  —  PRESIDENT Obama, the Rodney Dangerfield of 2010, gets no respect for averting another Great Depression, for saving 3.3 million jobs with stimulus spending, or for salvaging GM and Chrysler from the junkyard.  And none of these good deeds …
Cathleen Decker / Los Angeles Times:
Jerry Brown's lead doubles in a month; little change in Senate race  —  Meg Whitman's handling of housekeeper scandal and record-breaking spending have cost her support among women, Latinos and independents.  Barbara Boxer maintains an 8-point lead over Carly Fiorina.
Alexander Burns / The Politico:
3 GOP candidates spend $243M
Discussion: CNN
Ben Smith / Ben Smith's Blog:
Huckabee blasts Rove, ‘elitist’ GOP establishment  —  Former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee today broadened the assault on the Republican Party establishment — and former Bush adviser Karl Rove in particular — levied recently by Sarah Palin and Rush Limbaugh, blasting the “elitism” and …
Molly Ball / The Politico:
The early vote: Signs of GOP passion  —  Just over a week before Election Day, signs of widespread Republican enthusiasm are apparent in the early-voter data, including in some places with highly competitive statewide races.  Yet at the same time, for Democrats there are promising data …
Javier Manjarres / The Shark Tank:
House Democrats Hold Protest at Allen West's HQ (VIDEO)  —  Earlier today, the congressional campaigns of Ron Klein, Alcee Hastings, and Debbie Wasserman-Schultz joined forces together to protest Lt. Colonel Allen West at his Deerfield Beach, Florida headquarters.
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Bob Marshall / New Orleans Times-Picayune:
Massive stretches of weathered oil spotted in Gulf of Mexico
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Josh Gerstein / The Politico:
Hume: Race had role in NPR firing Williams
Discussion: Washington Monthly
Frank Phillips / Boston Globe:
Patrick opens narrow lead, poll suggests
Discussion: Politics Daily
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