Really? North Dakota? "North Dakota hasn't voted for a Democrat for president since Lyndon Johnson in 1964, but observers across the political spectrum here say it's too soon to color the state red in November," per USA Today's Andrea Stone. "Nearly twice as many Democrats as Republicans turned out in February for party caucuses that gave wide margins of victory to Obama and McCain's then-rival, former Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney."
He's sorry: "Florida Democratic Congressman Alcee Hastings issued a statement Monday indicating that he regrets saying that 'gun toting' Sarah Palin 'don't care too much' about Jews and blacks while still maintaining that the policies and priorities of a McCain-Palin administration would be 'anathema to most African-Americans and Jews,' " per ABC's Teddy Davis and Rigel Anderson.
"Give me those 12 people's names and I will go speak uncharacteristically nice to them." -- Rep. Barney Frank, D-Mass., mocking GOP accusations that Nancy Pelosi's floor speech pushed a dozen Republicans to vote against the bailout bill.
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