Elsewhere: Bloomberg, Clinton, Lurie

RedState thinks Hillary Clinton is now running as John McCain.

Jack and Jill Politics looks at how Rush Limbaugh will attack Barack Obama.

Reid Wilson notes that control of the state Senate could dramatically effect the congressional lines in New York.

Diane Cardwell writes just one more Michael Bloomberg for president story.

On the new Blooomberg-for-vice-president storyline, Sally Goldenberg writes, “Just when you thought it was over…”

Newsday captures the feeling in a headline.

Ed Lurie, who failed to win two state Senate races for Republicans, is gone.

Senate Democrats hire Michael Kink.

Candice Giove looks into the politics of cloned meat.

In the comments section, Abby calls a statement by an Obama aide “odd.”

Andrew Cuomo is subpoenaing Sallie Mae.

Bill O’Reilly will not anchor Fox News’ election night coverage.

NBC asks “Has the Steamroller become a statesman?”

And pictured above is Hillary Clinton, courtesy of her campaign’s Flickr page.

Elsewhere: Bloomberg, Clinton, Lurie