Morning Briefing: ‘Worse Than Palin’

— Mitt Romney’s error-riddled campaign trip to London led some in the British press to dub him “worse than Palin.”

— The New York Times observes that former reformer Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) has gone from maverick to partisan.

— After Citizens United, could Karl Rove’s outside groups overtake the Republican Party?

— New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg backed Senator Scott Brown (R-MA) citing his support for one gun control measure, though the Boston Globe finds his opponent is far more supportive of gun safety laws.

— Texas priorities:

— Wisconsin State Rep. Mark Pocan (D) says the American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC) is back and “just as right wing as ever”:


Current – A better way spend, save and growEdit— And finally, Mother Jones invites readers to play “Two Truths and a Lie” with possible GOP vice presidential contenders.