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Thursday, October 28, 2010

Stories to Watch: 10/26/10

As you can see, I'm running a bit late tonight, so this is going to be a short one. Now here's the news...

Christian Science Monitor has the schedule for the Stewart/Colbert rally. There's going to be a lot of music. Sheryl Crow has to follow Mavis Staples. I don't envy her.

Is the tea party actually hurting the GOP more than helping?

Milbank doesn't think much of Obama's appearance on The Daily Show.

Steve King goes on an Iowa bus tour to remove judges who ruled in favor of same sex marriage in that state. It doesn't go well.

On a roll: NPR exposes the corruption behind Arizona's "papers please" law.

Is there a "liberal gene?"

Sarah Palin says she'll run in 2012, "if there's nobody else to do it." In the entire American history, it's never happened that no one ran for president.

The Texas voter suppression campaign is off to a racist start.

A new tea party flag.

Finally, Indiana has a shockingly awful way of dealing with a budget shortfall.

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