Mid-Morning Read: Monday, October 20, 2008

Here’s Sarah Palin on Saturday Night Live.

Esquire does not endorse Charlie Rangel. [via Wonkster]

James Carville debated Karl Rove at the Time Warner Center, where Republicans displayed a lack of confidence in Sarah Palin.

Roger Stone wonders why John McCain doesn’t link Barack Obama to Eliot Spitzer‘s controversial driver’s license plan.

This New York Times video revisits Michael Bloomberg’s plan for wind turbines in New York City. 

The racial makeup of David Paterson’s security detail comes under scrutiny.

Malcolm Smith responds to those “mysterious” robocalls in Oswego County.

Get ready for Cuomo versus Suozzi in 2014.

Gatemouth asks Republicans, “WTF are you?”

Buffalo Pundit has debate advice for Joe Mesi.

Matt Margolis responds incredulously to the Rochester Democrat & Chronicle‘s endorsement of Alice Kryzan.

The Fighting 29th complains about the lack of help Obama’s campaign is giving to Eric Massa.

Sandy Treadwell puts distance between himself and W. the movie.

Dan Jacoby cheers on Liz Benjamin.

Rick Dollinger drives a Chevy.

Anthony Como’s mailing says he’s “bringing integrity and honesty back to the City Council,” which might be a reference to either Christine Quinn or Dennis Gallagher.

Richard Lipsky questions Bloomberg’s “unprecedented commingling” of incumbency and personal wealth.

Conservative Karol Sheinin has a weird vision of “Redheads for Obama.” 

And Gawker adds more Palin-themed footage.

 

Mid-Morning Read: Monday, October 20, 2008