Morning Examiner: Stand by your Obama

In which all of those Democratic Congressmen who voted for the Wall Street bailouts attack their opponents for being too cozy with Wall Street.

National public debt hits $9 trill. With a “T.”

Here’s a losing message for 2010 if I’ve ever heard one, from Rep. Steve Driehaus, D-Ohio: “We elected a coach and a team of players…We need to keep the team intact.” We’re putting the band back together.

Georgia’s GOP governor candidate owes millions, it turns out. Oops.

What will Lisa do?

True intolerance, and it ain’t tea partiers.

Can Martha Coakley lose…again?

Some banks are special-er than others.

Rep. Ron Klein, D-Fla., signs on to the tax cut extensions.

Uh, hello? 911? Someone stole my cocaine.

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