A Daily Kos diarist in Pittsburgh says yes, that it aired in that market this morning.
CNN's John King, working his interactive map on Sunday, claimed if the election were held today Obama would win 221 electoral votes and McCain 189. King stressed that so many key states remain toss-ups. (That's good a narrative for the media.)
King claimed one key toss-up state is Minnesota. Really? According to Pollster's trend estimates, Obama is up by seven points in Minnesota, and there's only one poll listed at Pollser that shows McCain ahead in the land of lakes. And that was from January. We get the feeling CNN is trying a bit too hard to push the, It's-a-tie! storyline.
P.S. Pollster puts the current (albeit, hypothetical) electoral count at Obama 260, McCain 176. (That's a bad narrative for the media.)
The basic problem with Ron Fournier's "analysis" of the Biden pick comes right up top: "In picking to be his running mate, Barack Obama sought to shore up his weakness — inexperience in office and on foreign policy..."
Well, wait a second. Why doesn't the Biden pick reinforce Obama's strength on foreign policy? Most people, after all, would say Barack Obama was right to oppose the Iraq war. Given how easy it is to argue the opposite of Fournier's premise, it seems his analysis tells us more about his own attitudes than about the meaning of Obama's decision.
And Lindsay Beyerstein wonders who has been paying him up to $10,000 a pop for speeches.
UPDATE: Want to write to your local newspaper about Fournier? Jane Hamsher at Firedoglake can help.