Friday, October 17, 2008

Short bits

McCain supporter manipulates online McCain "stock" in futures market.

Michelle Malkin Bids for Self-Parody Award She thinks a sick kid and his family are fair game for smear attacks but objects to those investigating an adult businessman plumber.

Texas Observer: Can the Democrats sweep Houston? Maybe.

Did Bettencourt illegally reject thousands of ACORN registrations in Harris County? If the facts in the Houston Chronicle story are true - YES. You are not required to submit ID when registering, only the first time you vote. Just that simple fact shows why the GOP screams about ACORN are false.

Florida's Feeney looks like toast. You might know Rep. Feeney as the Bush supporter who paid a computer consultant for a program to flip touch screen voting machine votes.

John McCain hung his final presidential debate performance on an Ohio plumber who campaign aides never vetted.

The forever Republican Chicago Tribune endorses Obama.

Vote early, light early voting is already causing hours long lines as clerks comply with computerized voter identification verification in Tennessee.

Obama sweeping the 7-11 election. Domino's Pizza poll is also tracking well with state polls.

"Saturday Night Live" parody of Wednesday's debate showcased John McCain's Joe the Plumber as his "imaginary friend." Also Jesse Jackson on SNL about polls.

Rolling Stone: How we lost Afghanistan after we won.

AP Poll: Voters souring on McCain, Obama stays steady

Our newest Noble Prize Laureate on the economy.

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