What kind of car is President Obama?

Sen. John McCain jumped on the Hillary-for-VP bandwagon, saying it “might be wise” for Obama to switch her in and Joe Biden out.

…But what’s in it for her? Not much, says Dan Amira.

The White House says Republicans are being “ridiculous” by suggesting Biden will be replaced, and insists he’s not going anywhere.

State Financial Services Superintendent Ben Lawsky learned all his PR tricks from his longtime boss, Gov. Andrew Cuomo.

Diane DiDonato-Roth, a candidate for state Senate in the 37th District, has been knocked off the Republican primary ballot, leaving Bob Cohen without a challenger in September.

The NRCC will spend up to $3.5 million to help GOP candidates in upstate Congressional races, including:  Incumbent Reps. Ann Marie Buerkle and Chris Gibson, and challengers Matt Doheny and Chris Collins.

Georgina Bloomberg, a professional equestrian and daughter of Mayor Bloomberg, rode to one of her first victories after undergoing back surgery in July 2011.

Sen. Ruben Diaz Sr. finds it “heartbreaking” – though not surprising – that none of his Democratic colleagues have visited him after his knee-replacement surgery.

Rep. Michael Grimm, a Staten Island Republican, will be co-chairing the Congressional Russia Caucus along with Democratic Queens Rep. Gregory Meeks.

More than 1,000 business owners across the state sent a letter to Cuomo, urging him to “reject fracking.”

State and local Republicans called for an FEC investigation of Rep. Tim Bishop’s reported soliciation of a contribution from a hedge fund manager who asked for help getting a permit for a home fireworks show.

The iconic Tavern on the Green restaurant will be operated by a group from Philadelphia.

Young, broke and running for the state Assembly.

Sen. Malcolm Smith, who’s mulling a potential NYC mayoral run in 2013, took a cue from Bloomberg and got on the gun control train.

NYC’s unemployment rate remains at 10 percent.

NYC City Council Speaker Christine Quinn will accept money and support from StudentsFirstNY, an education advocacy group that was criticized today for having some donors in common with Mitt Romney.

And here, for your entertainment, we have some vintage Bloomberg reporter bashing, (of a representative from The Brooklyn Paper), which occurred at a press conference earlier today: