Roundup: Michelle Will Catch Me

Bob Kappstatter mused on all things related to Bronx politics.

Michael Grimm is leading the charge to investigate Corzine’s MF GLobal.

Mayor Bloomberg gives contributions to charities in lieu of gifts at weddings.

Robert Mittman exists, or so he claims.

Dean Skelos attacked the state’s new ethics commission over a report of them looking into  Tom Libous.

The State Senate honored the Beastie Boys’s MCA.

Charlie Rangel’s campaign manager said he is ready to win big.

Congressional candidate Adriano Espaillat would like to take you on a journey.

Over Republican protests, a recount will proceed in the Fidler/Storobin race.

Christine Quinn skipped out on a stop-and-frisk press conference.

Bob Turner said Ed Koch is “stuck” with his endorsement of Kirsten Gillibrand, but Koch isn’t framing it quite that negatively.

Most of the House “Tea Party” freshman in fact, are not.

Rich Becker wasn’t impressed with her mediocre score.

The Senate Republicans unveiled their college affordability plan.

Congressional candidate Dan O’Connor spoke out against current drug laws.

In Brooklyn Heights, they already don’t like the Citibike share program.

If you are hungry, there are 36,000 pounds of Greek yogurt on an upstate highway.

There are elections happening in Idaho, Oregon, and Nebraska tonight.

Most Americans think that Barack Obama will win.

Noam Chomsky said that there is very little substance beneath Barack Obama’s rhetoric, a point which led The Corner to suggest that the longtime lefty has endorsed Sarah Palin.

Obama had an “anodyne” appearance on “The View”, although he did say that he refrained from smoking a cigarette after the Osama bin Laden killing because “Michelle will catch me.”

“‘I’m for Mitt Romney,’ Bush told ABC News this morning as the doors of an elevator closed on him”

Stories on Romney’s time at Bain are popping up all over.

The White House released the financial disclosure forms of Obama and Biden.

Elizabeth Warren was touted as Harvard Law’s “first woman of color” in a Fordham Law Review piece in 1997.

Polls remains mixed over Barack Obama’s announcement that he favors gay marriage.

New York magazine took Mitt Romney Inside the Actor’s Studio.

And maybe Susana Martinez won’t be Mitt Romney’s running mate: ‘Self-deport?’ What the heck does that mean?

Bob the Cat.