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4:05 PM ET, September 14, 2011

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Nick Baumann / Mother Jones:
The GOP's Genius Plan to Beat Obama in 2012  —  If Pennsylvania Republicans and their buddies in other states execute a plan to change election rules, Obama has a one-way ticket to Losertown.  —  Post Comment  —  Republican state legislators in Pennsylvania are pushing a scheme that …
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Nate Silver / FiveThirtyEight:
For Democrats, It's 2010 All Over Again  —  The outcome of any individual election to the United States House, even in a highly partisan era where Congressional elections have a relatively strong correlation with presidential voting and national trends, is going to be determined based on a combination of local and national factors.
The Politico:
Twin defeats spark Democratic fears  —  HOWARD BEACH, N.Y. — The Democratic Party's rare loss of a congressional seat in its urban heartland Tuesday, accompanied by a blowout defeat in a Nevada special election, marked the latest in a string of demoralizing setbacks that threatened to deepen …
Ed Morrissey / Hot Air:
Ridiculous NY-09 spin: “It's a very difficult district for Democrats”  —  Republicans won two House seats in a special election last night.  One, in Nevada, had been a relatively safe district, and Republican Mark Amodei cruised to victory over Democrat Kate Marshall as expected.
Manu Raju / The Politico:
Hill Dems pick apart Obama jobs plan  —  President Barack Obama's new jobs plan is hitting some unexpected turbulence in the halls of Congress: lawmakers from his own party.  —  As he demands Congress quickly approve his ambitious proposal aimed at reviving the sagging economy …
David Weigel / Slate:
Pennsylvania Ponders Bold Democrat-Screwing Electoral Plan  —  Laura Olson reports on the happenings in Harrisburg, where Republicans now control all of the branches of government:  —  In other reports, Pileggi sounds awfully sanguine about the effect this would have on PA as a swing state.
Discussion: Daily Kos
Matthew Yglesias / ThinkProgress:
Republican State Legislators Can Win The 2012 Election Tomorrow If They Want To  —  “Pennsylvania Ponders Bold Democrat-Screwing Electoral Plan” is Dave Weigel's brilliant headline for a proposal pending in the PA state legislature.  The way this would work is for Pennsylvania …
Discussion: Lawyers, Guns & Money
New York Times:
Bob Turner Wins Anthony Weiner's House Seat
David Seifman / New York Post:
Disaster looms for O in 2012  —  Republican Bob Turner's victory …
Devlin Barrett / Wall Street Journal:
GOP Wins in Race to Replace Weiner
Kevin Drum / Mother Jones:
New Adventures in Electoral Cynicism
Discussion: TalkLeft and Outside the Beltway
Alex Isenstadt / The Politico:
NY-9: Winners and losers
Discussion: NOM Blog
Rachel Weiner / Washington Post:
Republican Bob Turner wins New York special election
Andrew Breitbart / Big Government:
After Turner Earthquake in Weiner District, Democrats' Civil War Against Obama Begins
Discussion: Pajamas Media
Julianna Goldman / Bloomberg:
Obama Approval Plummets on Jobs Plan: Poll  —  A majority of Americans don't believe President Barack Obama's $447 billion jobs plan will help lower the unemployment rate, skepticism he must overcome as he presses Congress for action and positions himself for re- election.
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National Enquirer:
WORLD EXCLUSIVE!  SARAH PALIN BOMBSHELL BOOK SHOCKING CLAIMS!  —  In a bombshell NATIONAL ENQUIRER world exclusive, the new issue of The ENQUIRER hitting newsstands today breaks major news on SARAH PALIN and her husband TODD, according to a new book.  —  Publishing sources familiar …
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Jack Dickey / Deadspin:
New Biography Claims Sarah Palin Had A One-Night Stand With Glen Rice In 1987  —  The National Enquirer grabbed some details from the upcoming Joe McGinniss Sarah Palin book, and this chunk is too delightful not to share with you immediately.  Apparently Palin had a fling …
Discussion: TBogg
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Jonathan Cohn / The New Republic:
Gosh, Could Obamacare Be Working?  —  Need a reason to believe the Affordable Care Act is starting to work?  The Census Bureau just gave you a half million of them.  —  That's how many young adults had health insurance in 2010, as compared to 2009, according to the official estimates.
Alicia M. Cohn / The Hill:
Obama: 'If you love me, you've got to help me pass this bill'  —  Obama promoted his jobs bill in North Carolina on Wednesday, the third stop on what White House press secretary Jay Carney has called a “campaign” for jobs.  —  Not for the first time, Obama called back to an audience member who shouted …
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Rob Bluey / The Heritage Foundation:
Conservative Nabs Naming Rights to ‘American Jobs Act’ After Obama Delay
Discussion: Campaign 2012
Dan Senor / Wall Street Journal:
Why Obama Is Losing the Jewish Vote  —  He doesn't have a ‘messaging’ problem.  He has a record of bad policies and anti-Israel rhetoric.  —  New York's special congressional election on Tuesday was the first electoral outcome directly affected by President Obama's Israel policy.
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Ben Smith / Ben Smith's Blog:
Revenge of the Jews?  —  I've never been to a Republican victory party (or any event in Howard Beach!) where black velvet yarmulkes were as plentiful as they were at Bob Turner's event last night, and there are few elections in which the Jewish politics I've always covered with interest are going to get spun quite this hard.
Brendan Kennedy / Toronto Star:
Jewish prof forced to defend himself against anti-Semitism claims
Michelle Malkin:
Attaaaaack Waaaaaaatch  —  This is simply brilliant.  —  Ezra Dulis and Misfit Politics with Brandon Morse cranked out a quick, hilarious rejoinder to Obama's 4th Brigade of Snitch.  —  Humor is always the best revenge.  —  Watch Attaaaaack Waaaaaatch.  YouTube gold:
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Michelle Malkin:
Obama launches another snitch police squad
Matthew Yglesias / ThinkProgress:
Diplomatic Equality Is A Platform For Negotiations  —  It's worth taking the cynicism and realism blinders off once in a while and recognizing how profoundly odd on the merits the U.S. position on the Palestinian drive for a statehood resolution at the United Nations is:
Discussion: The Atlantic Online
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New York Times:
U.S. Scrambles to Avert Palestinian Vote at U.N.
Joe Stephens / Washington Post:
Solyndra loan: White House pressed on review of solar company now under investigation  —  The Silicon Valley company, a centerpiece in President Obama's initiative to develop clean energy technologies, had been tentatively approved for the loan by the Energy Department but was awaiting …
Chris Moody / Yahoo! News:
Huntsman staffer says she is ‘sick and sad’ for the Republican Party after watching presidential debates  —  The behavior by some members of the audience at the most recent Republican presidential debates has at least one campaign staffer concerned about the future of the GOP.
Thomas L. Friedman / New York Times:
Is It Weird Enough Yet?  —  Every time I listen to Gov. Rick Perry of Texas and Representative Michele Bachmann of Minnesota talk about how climate change is some fraud perpetrated by scientists trying to gin up money for research, I'm always reminded of one of my favorite movie lines …
Washington Post:
Justice Ginsburg aboard plane evacuated at Dulles International Airport  —  United Airlines Flight 586, scheduled to depart Dulles at 12:34 p.m. for San Francisco, was evacuated Wednesday afternoon after it reportedly experienced an engine problem.  —  The plane departed Gate C19 at 12:41 p.m …
Discussion: The Politico and Above the Law
Karin Tanabe / The Politico:
Al Gore calls out Colbert's ‘character’  —  He talked about global warming, his television projects and the days when Rick Perry was a Democrat, but the highlight of Al Gore's appearance on Tuesday night's “Colbert Report” was his giggle fit.  —  After the former VP talked about his new Current TV show …
Discussion: ThinkProgress
 
 
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Elizabeth Warren vs. the banks
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Perry courts religious voters, calls for defense of ‘Christian values’
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