Morning Examiner: Meet the Tea Party Candidate who loves big government

Carl Paladino says he will use eminent domain to stop the lower Manhattan mosque. He’s supposedly the Tea Party candidate.

Obama’s “end of the Iraq War” speech devolves into yet another lecture on the domestic economy. Just set aside the one last issue on which voters probably agree with you, and talk about the one where they’ve stopped trusting you.

Pat Toomey, the guy who can’t win in Pennsylvania, now leads by ten points.

Bud Chiles to drop out of the Florida governor’s race.

I won’t complain about the cost of the Oval Office reno, but seriously, who thought the ’70s was in again? I can see the light suits and fat ties when I close my eyes.

Don’t post fake scoops on Twitter.

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