Elsewhere: Paladino Gains, Even As Pols Say He Is “Out Of His Freakin’ Mind”

Paladino gains on Cuomo in latest poll.

2012 hopeful Mitt Romney is going all out in NY this year.

Nita Lowey’s G.O.P opponent penned an essay in 2001 that fall waaayyyy outside the mainstream.

Francisco Moya and Robert Rodriguez both won Assembly seats last week, after losing in previous runs for the City Council.

Gov. Paterson vetoed a bill that would have meant harsher penalties for assaulting cabbies.

Sarah Palin will be in the audience for her daughter’s performance on Dancing With the Stars tonight.

The White House is denying a report that they will take on the Tea Party in an ad campaign this fall.

Josh Benson and Andrew Rice discuss the mayor’s moderate motives.

TPM names Mike McMahon and Scott Murphy as Democrats who may cave to G.O.P pressure on extending tax cuts for the wealthiest Americans.

Joe Lieberman is running point on the issue.

Dov Hikind on Carl Paladino: “Is He Out Of His Freakin’ Mind?”

Mike Pence appears to be social conservatives man for 2012.

Ruben Diaz is getting an investigation from Andrew Cuomo.

The high-minded tone of the Paladino/Cuomo election elicits a sigh from CKatz.

The National Review gets behind an Assembly candidate on Long Island.

Bill Clinton is in favor of Park51.

Elsewhere: Paladino Gains, Even As Pols Say He Is “Out Of His Freakin’ Mind”