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Sarah Palin is so mad about the NAACP's newly passed resolution -- which asks the Tea Party to get rid of its "racist elements" -- that she could just shoot a moose!

But that's hard work and doesn't involve Sarah Palin being on Fox News, so instead she went on Fox News to tell Sean Hannity that the NAACP is divisive and building "a wall between what the message actually is and the American public," because the NAACP is so terrible.

Also, Tea Partiers are beautiful, diverse folks who "don't care that [Obama is] half-white, or half-black." Behind every "Half-Muslin" and "Go Back to Africa" sign is a pair of welcoming arms, ready to embrace other races.

Most importantly, Palin provided a "call to action" for the Obamas: It's their responsibility to "refudiate" what the NAACP's hateful new resolution says about the Tea Party. Hmm, first maybe she must teach the Obamas how to refudiate? It is just a suggestion, but refudiation is a very obscure Alaskan bargaining technique (it involves fish oil and snowflakes) and is not widely taught in Chicago/Thugtown USA.

In addition to going on television, Palin has written many deep thoughts on racism and tolerance on her Facebook page in her daily New York Times column, "I Too Am Literate So Shut Up."

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On Monday, someone attempted to murder George Soros by putting a bomb in his mailbox. Also on Monday, someone threw a rock into House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy's office. Also, I spilled some hot coffee on myself. These are all things that happened on Monday, and were by some measure unpleasant. While most people might say, "Yes, all of those things are unpleasant, but they are not equal degrees of unpleasant," most people are not Chuck Schumer.

In what appears to be an attempt to get someone on Fox News to describe him as a "reasonable guy," Schumer sent out a tweet today lamenting the "despicable acts of violence and harassment" being done by "both sides."

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Republicans are KILLIN' IT in Florida, you guys! No worries about election day, Gators. It's all smooooooth sailing for the Sunshine State GOP. Just take it from Governor Rick Scott's lead pollster Wes Anderson, who produced a whimsical, unskewed poll for the campaign, featuring nostalgic jams about high Republican turnout in those good old days, telling the Tampa Bay Times,

As the linked slides indicate, Governor Scott currently leads Senator Nelson 51% to 46%, a lead that is outside of the margin of error.

It should also be noted that this sample from last week is very robust at 2,200 interviews of likely voters, stratified by county to reflect historic mid-term turnout. Our sample shows the Republicans with a one-point turnout advantage, even though we believe we will end up with a two- or three-point advantage. For historical context, in the past two mid-term elections Republicans had a four-point advantage in 2010 and a three-point advantage in 2014. At R+1, that makes our current sample a very conservative take on the likely partisan composition of this year's electorate.

NEEDZ MOAR BILL MURRAY.

No other pollster has replicated those numbers, with SurveyUSA, Quinnipiac, and CNN/SSRS all finding Bill Nelson in the lead, but if OnMessage, Inc. says Scott is running way ahead, then it must be true! Only OnMessage promises to "take your principles, your experience, and your opponent's weaknesses to develop a winning message plan that the voters will embrace." And who wouldn't trust a push pollster, right?

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