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The Day Ahead: Wednesday, October 12
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Democrats may plan on splitting up Obama’s “jobs legislation” into smaller pieces with hopes of easier passage. (Fox News)

VP Biden is heading to Michigan to try to sell Obama’s jobs bill. (Detroit News)

Unions will try again to co-opt the Occupy Wall Street protests. (Crain’s)

Medicare Open Enrollment starts today; Sebelius to kick off in Pennsylvania. (WaPo)

Chris Christie Backs Mitt Romney

On the main site:

Is Obama Administration the Most Anti-Business in Recent Memory?, by Gary Shapiro: It’s what’s known as a rhetorical question.

McCotter Trailblazes Social Security Prosperity, by Peter Ferrara: A reform like none other for the 21st century.

I’m Mad as Hell, by Gerald Nachman: Just doing my part to keep up with Americans’ growing anger about everything.

To Rise and Not to Rest, by Lisa Fabrizio: What makes conservatives different from liberals, and vice versa.

Hot Springing, by Bill Croke: Most hot springs in the West are hardly as deadly as Yellowstone’s.

The Sky Isn’t Falling, by Peter Hannaford: Ms. Henny-Penny undergoes a rude awakening.

American Moses, by Ryan L. Cole: James Madison in full, thanks to the excellent Richard Brookhiser

How Super?, by W. James Antle, III: Will the so-called super committee end up pitting defense hawks against anti-taxers?

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