Elsewhere: Birnbaum's Question, O'Reilly's Sensitivity, Bush's 19 Percent

Harold Ickes wants it known that Barack Obama is the front-runner. [Marc Ambinder]

Bill Clinton says it’s Texas and Ohio or else. [Political Radar]

Birnbaum asks: “How much longer?” [JustHillary]

Liz sees Jimmy Siegel’s handiwork in the latest Clinton ads. [Daily Politics]

Bill O’Reilly talks about the circumstances under which it might be legitimate to go on a lynching party against Michelle Obama. [Ben Smith, Media Matters]

The Teamsters add to Obama’s rapidly growing union support. [The Caucus]

The Obama and Clinton YouTube stats reflect the overall directions their campaigns are taking. Which isn’t really surprising at all. [TechPresident]

John Reilly challenges John McCain’s statements about Pakistan policy. [Spin Cycle]

Michael Bloomberg is turning the screws on the owners of more than 24,000 city properties for unpaid taxes and water bills. [Grace Rauh]

A Watertown Daily Times poll of that expensive special state Senate race shows Assemblyman Darrel Aubertine with a slim, surprising lead. [The Albany Project]

John Koblin has the details of Karl Rove’s Newsweek deal. [Media Mob]

The latest job approval rating for George W. Bush: 19 percent. [American Research Group, Inc.]

And above is Bill Clinton in Galveston. [~~Pamela~~’s Flickr page]

Elsewhere: Birnbaum's Question, O'Reilly's Sensitivity, Bush's 19 Percent