Elsewhere: Schumer, Siena, Blair

George Pataki gets a D from the conservatives at the Cato Institute.

Chuck Schumer raised more money for Senate Democrats than his Republican counterpart.

The New York Magazine blog isn’t impressed with the senate debate in Connecticut.

John Faso plays against form by agreeing with Mike Bloomberg on guns.

The connections between the Siena pollsters and John Sweeney are explored here, here and here.

Karol Shenin gets excited about Wal-Mart’s $4 prescription drug policy.

Greg Sargent translates Tom Friedman’s column about Iraq.

The Working Families Party sings against Iraq.

John Edwards said people can “act patriotically about something besides the war.”

Evan Bayh courts labor.

A reporter in Albany got arrested. [added]

And above is Prime Minister Tony Blair singing. Sort of.

— Azi Paybarah

Elsewhere: Schumer, Siena, Blair