Now some fresh pickings from the Political Grapevine:
Front of the Line
Lawmakers on both sides of the aisle are unhappy that detainees at the Guantanamo Bay detention facility will get the H1N1 vaccine before many Americans.
Missouri Republican Congressman Roy Blunt says: "It's outrageous that in Missouri, expectant mothers, children and others vulnerable to the H1N1 virus do not have access to the vaccine and our tax dollars are funding vaccines for accused terrorists detained at Gitmo."
Michigan Democrat Bart Stupak wrote to Army Secretary John McHugh: "As long as Americans must wait to receive the vaccine, the detainees in Guantanamo Bay should not be given preferential treatment."
The military says the detainees are included in the priority group because prison populations are at a higher risk of getting the flu.
Dead Sea of Voters
At least 16 million voters -- roughly 8.9 percent of all those registered -- have either moved or died and are what experts consider "deadwood" in this year's election.
The non-partisan Aristotle International estimates more than 3 million are actually dead and another 13 million have moved from their registered address, but are still listed on voter rolls.
The states with the most "deadwood" include: Washington State, Wyoming, West Virginia, Massachusetts and New Hampshire.
A company representative refused to release all state-by-state totals, saying the company did not want to affect Tuesday's elections in any way in Virginia, New Jersey and New York.
The administration has released a partial list of visitors to the White house between President Obama's inauguration and the end of July — about 110 names and 481 visits. It shows industry leaders, lobbyists, big campaign donors and activists.
The most frequent visitor on the list is Andrew Stern, president of the Service Employees International Union, with 22 visits. National Organization for Women president Kim Gandy had fifteen. Jesse Jackson totaled six visits. The powerful Democratic lobbyist Steve Elmendorf clocked in five times. And big-time Democratic donor George Soros had four visits.
Celebrity sightings included Oprah Winfrey, Brad Pitt, George Clooney, Denzel Washington, tennis star Serena Williams and rapper Jay-Z.
But the White House warns not every name is a public figure. Michael Moore, Michael Jordan, William Ayers and even Jeremiah Wright made the list, but White House officials insist they aren't the famous or controversial ones you might be thinking of, but other people by those names.
— Fox News Channel's Lanna Britt contributed to this report.