Morning Examiner: Congressional candidate gets robbed at gunpoint

It’s primary election day in Arizona (and elsewhere); John McCain, R-Ariz., finally gets to remember what winning is like.

They can sentence him to death, but they can’t take away his pension.

What do you say when <a href="http://www.miamiherald.com/2010/08/23/1787656/police-still-searching-for-gunman.html" target="_blank">your congressional candidate gets robbed at gunpoint? (“Professional courtesy fail.”)

Media outlets are supposed to cover elections and issues to inform voters, not help to elect candidates who espouse certain positions,” says Media Matters, an organization founded solely to elect candidates who espouse certain positions.

Oh, no, Mister Wizard! Who’s going to pay me to destroy human embryos now?

Now that’s a crash.

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