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Morning Chatter

Quotes of the Day

Our blind item from Valentine’s Day: Read here.

Two TV journos part ways…WaPo‘s Reliable Source and Politico report it. Sources: WaPo’s Reliable Source — “a friend” and “another friend.” Politico – “A source at CNN confirms…”

Take that Blind Tipster

“Dear ‘blind tipster’ – we ain’t carrying your dirty water.” — FamousDC

Journo goes to bed (this morning)

“Having been up since 5am yesterday, I am now going to bed. Good night.” — Editor and CNN Contributor Erick Erickson in an early morning tweet.

All over the map

“Obama is in every time zone today.” — Politico White House reporter Byron Tau.

Tasteless or clever?

“Deaf student ‘speechless’ after Obama responds to him in sign language” — HuffPost. Read here.

Illinois primary TV watching at its finest

“When Mitt tells the story of meeting Ann as a teenager what he’s kinda saying is ‘I noticed her when she grew boobs.’ #politicolive” — Publicist and former ABC “This Week” Producer Courtney Cohen.

Poor gets Limbaughed

It’s not Drudge, but it might be the next best thing. “Good story by @jeff_poor @DailyCaller. He gets it right, @mmfa wrong as usual. Read and Retweet.” — Rush Limbaugh on this story by The Daily Caller‘s TV reporter Jeff Poor. It was the second time ever that Poor got Limbaughed. In wildly unrelated news… in a monumental moment last night, we convinced CNN Contributor and “Washington Watch” Host Roland Martin to unblock Poor. They’d been in a year-long feud over God knows what. Roland charges lies. Poor of course refutes that. We’re hopeful peace can prevail (at least for a few more hours).

Odd Current TV fact

Bill Press‘s last cable show was MSNBC’s Buchanan & Press with Pat. Stephanie Miller‘s last  was CNBC’s Equal Time with Bay Buchanan.” — Bullfight Strategies’ and Syndicated columnist Karl Frisch.

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