Morning Examiner: The joke’s on Obama, Murkowski

Ouch! The NRSC’s Brian Walsh comments: “It says a lot when instead of sending the President out to help Democrat candidates, who are endangered in large part because they made the mistake of voting for his agenda, the President’s political strategists are instead sending him on The Daily Show.”

“On Comedy Central, the joke was on President Obama Wednesday night.”

Very funny: In the wake of the court decision giving voters access to lists of write-in candidates, Anti-Murkowski Alaskans rushed to register as write-in candidates.

The S&P’s smallest company? It’s that newspaper you don’t subscribe to anymore.

Team player: McCain to help Angle.

Isn’t it amazing how we hear so much about Christine O’Donnell and so little about Alvin Greene?

A congresswoman astroturfs the Internet from her congressional office?

Gulf oil spill: They should have known.

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