Morning Read: Very Presidential

Mark Halperin sees a Democratic crack-up.

Charlie Rangel thinks the headlines tomorrow should read: “Rangel found not guilty of corruption and self-dealing.”

Greg Meeks amended his disclosure report to include the $3500 he won at blackjack in Las Vegas.

Speculation that David Paterson will replace Rangel in Congress.

David Paterson knew something was up with Eliot Spitzer when he had to fill-in for his boss for a meeting with Cardinal Egan. “I said the cardinal doesn’t want to meet with the lieutenant governor. No one wants to meet with the lieutenant governor.”

In the wake of the Rangel saga, some members of the Congressional Black Caucus are vowing to go after the Office of Congressional Ethics.

Chuck Schumer is going after millionaires.

9/11 victims are calling the Republicans’ arguments against the 9/11 health care bill “a pack of lies.”

Andrew Cuomo skipped the new governors’ meeting at the White House.

The Post is already against No Labels, the non-partisan group set to kick off in a couple weeks.

But it also says Mayor Bloomberg looks very presidential in his GQ photo shoot.

Bill de Blasio is joining the mayor in opposing food stamps for soda.

Morning Read: Very Presidential