Morning Examiner: Blame Global Warming for Dem election losses

Stumbling elsewhere, the Obama administration decides to give social issues a try one week before the election.

Lee Fisher effectively quits his Senate race, gives his money to his state party. What’s wrong, no unscrupulous consultants there to milk him?

Gallup numbers suggest a much worse election night for Dems than expected. “Much of this is explained by a surge in Republican-leaning independents.”

Nate Silver likes Angle’s odds in Nevada. (We think it’s going to be a very late night next Tuesday.)

White House propaganda, not facts, driving the political money debate.

Bad weather expected on Election Day. Does this mean Democrats will blame global warming for their loss?

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