As congressional candidates hit the homestretch, the election
news cycle picks up. But not every juicy tidbit makes its way
into pundits' columns or blog posts. We've collected a few from
today's political news fray for your reading pleasure.
Slate's John Dickerson is getting completely clotheslined by the McMahon-Blumenthal slugfest
Less than three weeks before those wrestling puns and analogies expire in the CT Sen. race.
Politics Daily's Matt Lewis thinks Harry Reid may have a better right jab
Sharron Angle's debate strategy tonight should be like Rocky I. (She doesn't necessarily need to "win," but she needs to "go the distance").
Brian Beutler finds another reason for the man who was shot in the face to resent the former VP
EXCLUSIVE: Dick Cheney simply mistook Harry Whittington for Barack Obama's job-killing cap and trade bill.
Unlike the real candidate, Duncan Black wouldn't mind if a certain misspelling reflected his true identity
i wouldn't mind being Rich Whitey
The Atlantic's Joshua Green sees little upside for Rich Iott
Delrayser finds a more common synonym for "invincible" that should probably not be applied to Rich Iott's campaign
The word "unblowupable" is thrown around a lot these days…
Paul Kedrosky takes notes on the capitalization style of DRUNKHULK...
Think of changing my Twitter ID to @PKEDROSKY. Feels more authoritative.
...while Politico's Jonathan Martin points out the upside, whatever your political sympathies, of November 3rd.
I hate to see campaigns end, but man will I be glad to have a cleaner in-box