Morning Examiner: Why Obama will lose

New York Times on why Obama will lose: Obama Successes Outweighed by Job Losses.

Real reason Obama will lose: “[O]ur agenda for moving forward is on the ballot.”

Earl Pomeroy should have asked Adrian Fenty: Candidates who apologize lose their elections.

Another debate cheater, but not as cleverly done.

Have Dems screwed themselves in Illinois on absentee votes?

Inspiring: Clinton stumps for Quinn, Giannoulias.

Yes, Joe Biden really thinks this is true: “Every single great idea that has marked the 21st century, the 20th century and the 19th century has required government vision and government incentive.”

Linc Chafee blames John McCain for his 2006 loss, confirming suspicions that Rhode Island is about to overtake Massachusetts in the “clueless governor” department.

DCCC makes its (possibly) last big ad buy in 66 districts.

GOP leaders want insiders to staff the outsiders.

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