Morning Examiner: A Castle write-in bid?

The new GOP “Pledge to America” is out.

But I didn’t see anything in the document about “shipping jobs overseas.”

About 20,000 people reach their lifetime health insurance limits each year. Instead of simply helping them, Obamacare alters the insurance of 200,000,000 people. Great idea.

A Mike Castle write-in bid? It might be Christine O’Donnell’s only chance of winning.

Amid orchestrated Democratic and media campaign against the Koch family, the Obama White House may have misused confidential tax information.

Madigan for Mayor???

“[I]ncumbent Democrat Kirsten Gillibrand and former Congressman Republican Joe DioGuardi today finish effectively even, with Gillibrand’s nominal 1-point lead being within the survey’s theoretical margin of sampling error.”

Fidel Castro is suddenly the big Zionist — who knew?

Oh yeah, Loretta Sanchez, D-Calif, really did say that, because she’s smart enough to know that no one else speaks Spanish:

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