MIDDAY ROUNDUP

FROM THE BLOGS:

A time to appease - Gabriel Schoenfeld, The Weekly Standard
Maddow: Afghanistan War a "moral outrage" - Paul Rosenberg, Open Left
The 2010 election: anonymity and the promise of poll volatility - Steve Singiser, Daily Kos
Obamacare could punish doctors for better quality care - Kathryn Nix, The Foundry
Financial reform passes reax - Patrick Appel, The Daily Dish
A Sheila Jackson Lee twofer - Doug Powers, Michelle Malkin
Cashing in - David Kurtz, TPM
Obama cautious about oil leak - Michael Memoli, The Swamp
Financial reform will work after regulators figure out how ... - Peter Suderman, Hit & Run
Bachmann files to start, lead House Tea Party Caucus - Charlie Eisenhood, Think Progress
BP lobbied Brits for Libya prisoner release - Ed Morrissey, Hot Air
A mandate for immigration reform? - Jay Newton-Small, Swampland
Blaming the blogosphere for Democratic failures - Ian Welsh, Crooks & Liars
Financial reform may hit US economy hard - Logan Penza, The Moderate Voice
What happens in Basel doesn't stay in Basel - Matthew Yglesias

OTHER NEWS SOURCES:

Obama calls well cap 'good news' but strikes cautious note on spill - The Hill
Romney breaks from the pack - The Hill
Citigroup's income falls as trading slows down - New York Times
Scott Brown's pivotal role - Washington Post

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