Morning Examiner: The Doggie Doo Congress

“Doggie doo, stuck on your shoe…” Not a children’s rhyme, a statement from the Speaker of the House.

If Obamacare is so great, why does everyone need its provisions to be waived to keep their own insurance?

Defining down drunkenness.

Rep. Chris Murphy, D-Conn. losing? Ouch.

Teachers unions take their fight against firing lousy teachers to Los Angeles.

Leftists regret their contributions to the opponent of Rep. Joe Wilson, R-S.C.

In Washington, they don’t read the bills they vote for. But in Harrisburg, they even have other people cast the votes for them.

Kerry voters: Thanks again for nearly making this man vice president.

No breaks for the Kirkpatrick family.

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