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Joe Manchin shoots, Carl Paladino grinds

"I'll take dead aim at the cap and trade bill," says Gov. Joe Manchin of West Virginia, the Democratic Senate candidate. To illustrate, in a new ad he fires a bullet through the middle of a copy of a "cap and trade" bill, which, the governor may not be aware, is already dead.

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Carl Paladino, the Republican gubernatorial candidate in New York, tells the Today show that he has "no problem" with homosexuality, but that children should not be taken to gay pride parades, because they shouldn't see "grown men grind against each other."

By Dana Milbank  | October 11, 2010; 10:15 PM ET
Categories:  Sketchiest moments  
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Comments

Obama's got BIG problems. Not only have many high level cabinet members left, but
Democratic candidates don't want to be seen with Obama, and when they verbally bash ObamaCare and Cap & Trade...it means
This Administration is FALLING APART., its
DISINTEGRATING IN FRONT OF OUR EYES !
In addition, 9.6% Unemployment; 17% Underemployment; Health insurance rising
an average of 9%....

Posted by: ohioan | October 12, 2010 11:39 AM | Report abuse

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