Good morning, friends. I have some excellent links for your morning commute. Enjoy!
Jonathan Alter notes a clever John Steinbeck-themed allusion by Romney’s ad man.
Michael Gerson thinks Democrats are playing with dynamite.
Conor Friedersdorf for The Atlantic: “The Problem with Public-Sector Unions — And How to Fix It”
Jordy Yager at The Hill: “Mole helps Rep. Issa whack Justice Department”
Aaron Blake at the New York Times blog The Fix: “Romney outraised Obama in May, $76.8 million to $60 million”
James Joyner at Outside the Beltway: “2012 Race Down to Seven Battleground States?”
Suzy Khimm at the Washington Post: “Here’s one Wall Street regulation that Republicans love”
Scott Galupo at The American Conservative: “The Incredible Shrinking Obama Legacy”
Jennifer Haberkorn at Politico: “Nancy Pelosi: Health law represents “life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.”
Peter Wehner at Commentary: “Compromise v. Prudence”
Finally, at Bloggingheads, Bill Scher and I ponder this question: “Will the GOP concede foreign policy to Obama?”
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