Morning Examiner: White House tells Dems in Congress to drop dead

White House to Democratic majority: Drop dead.

Rahm Emanuel may not stick around rearrange deck chairs on the S.S. Obama.

Obama on Chicago Mayor Richard M. Daley’s decision not to seek re-election next year: “He helped build Chicago’s image as a world class city,  and leaves a legacy of progress that will be appreciated for generations to come.”

In case you wonder whether the plans for a third (fourth?) stimulus is a naked play for a boost in the polls, just look at what Rep. Joe Sestak, D-Pa., has to say about it.

Opposed to red-light cameras? That’s racist.

Before you respond to a congressman’s twitter, make sure it’s a real congressman.

Levi Johnston has finally distinguished himself.

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