Here's your morning coffee reading for today...enjoy...
- In case you missed it, I had a trifecta of Florida-centric posts yesterday, regarding what may be a large-boned Viking woman singing for George LeMieux's Senate campaign, another story quoting "unnamed sources" regarding Marco Rubio being quickly debunked, and some interesting facts about the so-called "voter purge" to remove non-citizens from the voting rolls. Go check out those links if you haven't read them yet. (I may be in Massachusetts, but you had better believe I'm still keeping an eye on the Sunshine State.)
- Attorney General Eric Holder is going to have a very, very bad day today. Matt Boyle at the Daily Caller has all the gruesome details.
- Democratic Massachusetts Senate candidate and almost-certainly-not-even-1/32nd-Cherokee Elizabeth Warren isn't having much fun either. Some actual Cherokee women showed up in Boston this week and they aren't too happy with her. Warren's campaign responded by refusing to meet with the women and blaming the whole mess on a "right-wing extremist," apparently meaning Professor William A. Jacobson at Legal Insurrection.
- Blogger SooperMexican caught a great story on Monday about how MSNBC deceptively edited a video of Romney talking about how private sector competition results in fun, innovative things like the touch-screen systems used to order hoagie sandwiches at Wawa convenience stores, as compared to the bureaucratic nightmare of dealing with government agencies. RedState has more on the story, and how the Left is trying to paint Romney as an out-of-touch elitist with stories like this, tying him to John Kerry, etc.
- Hot Air reports that the anti-Romney protesters admit that they're getting paid to heckle him, plus some fun little details like what seems to be violations of minimum wage laws and some serious gender disparity in what these rabblerousers get paid. What's even more fun is how ineffective these paid protesters seem to be. Here's a video of Romney responding to them, without missing a beat:
- Something Obama would do well to remember:
- Here's a great National Review article about efforts by Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell to defend free speech.
- If you're in the Boston area, Boston Children's Hospital is in critical need of O Negative blood donations. Call 617-355-6677 or go to their website to get more information about how to donate.