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Sun February 05, 2012
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(Daily Kos) Amusing Ginger or Mary Ann?  (dailykos.com) (110)
(USA Today) Hero Obama: "I deserve a second term"  (content.usatoday.com) (356)
(Toronto Star) Cool Muslim clerics issue a fatwa. Against honour killings, domestic violence and hatred of women  (thestar.com) (104)
(Chicago Sun-Times) Weird Governor Pat Quinn successfully swallows a spoonful of cinnamon. Coincidentally, the State of Illinois is still gagging on his tax package  (suntimes.com) (37)
(Fox News) Sick From the "Who didn't see this coming?" files: Insurance companies and lawyers screw 9/11 families out of large portions of their entitlements  (foxnews.com) (124)
(Talking Points Memo) Silly The new GOP talking point on the improving economy: "It's because of what Republican governors are doing in their states." So, economy up -- GOP governors. Economy down -- President's fault. Got it?  (livewire.talkingpointsmemo.com) (142)
(Huffington Post) Scary While we're all distracted by the Republican primary circus, the Koch brothers quietly collect $100 million, $60 million of it from them personally, to defeat Obama in November. Thanks, Citizens United  (huffingtonpost.com) (300)
(Huffington Post) Obvious Tim Tebow: "Politics could be in my future"  (huffingtonpost.com) (202)
(Daily Kos) Asinine Republican Congressman walks out of Obama's prayer breakfast speech, offended that the President was quoting Jesus' teachings  (dailykos.com) (336)
(Some Guy) Followup Obama's Dilemma: how to dissuade Israel from bombing Iran without alienating pro-Israeli voters in November. So, the Obama admin has told Israel that the U.S. won't support an attack on Iran... quietly  (ipsnews.net) (247)

Sat February 04, 2012
(Washington Post) Florida Republican National Committee explains why this year's race has turned so ugly: Blame Florida  (washingtonpost.com) (68)
(TMZ) Florida Newt Gingrich sued for assault and battery. At least he didn't rape and murder a girl in 1990, so he's got that going for him  (tmz.com) (84)
(Yahoo) Dumbass New debate coach turns around the Florida election and saves the Romney campaign. Romney being Romney, you can guess what happens next  (news.yahoo.com) (145)
(Talking Points Memo) Amusing Further proving that liberals are wholly responsible for voter fraud, the Republican Indiana Secretary State has been personally convicted of six charges of voter fraud   (livewire.talkingpointsmemo.com) (142)
(Reuters) Interesting Will Romney score back-to-back victories? Will the Sinful State forgive Newt's angry womanizing? Will there be another Santorum surge? And what about RON PAUL? It's your official Nevada Republican caucus thread  (reuters.com) (320)
(Some Guy) Unlikely Ron Paul tells CNN there is a "Zero chance" that he will drop out of the GOP presidential race. It's still better odds than him actually being elected President  (thehollywoodgossip.com) (147)
(Courier-Journal) Dumbass You're a college basketball legend whose term in a statewide elected office just ended, do you (c) file for unemployment?  (courier-journal.com) (52)
(Daily Mail) Followup Obama's 2005 Chrysler fails to sell on eBay. Buyers afraid that the car would start slowly, always pull to the left  (dailymail.co.uk) (45)
(ABC) Amusing Newt Gingrich's new insults for Mitt Romney are "Rich Guy" and "Little Food Stamp", which is almost charming, actually  (abcnews.go.com) (109)
(Gawker) Amusing Bill Maher un-baptizes Mitt Romney's atheist father-in-law  (gawker.com) (290)
(Buzzfeed) Dumbass Mitt Romney: We are the only people who put their hand over our hearts during the national anthem. In other news, Chinese, South Africans, Brazilians, Ghanaians, Cubans, Mexicans, and Peruvians aren't people  (buzzfeed.com) (159)

Fri February 03, 2012
(Some Guy) Followup Last week: Tennessee state senator claims that AIDS was the result of one guy who had sex with a monkey and then had sex with other guys. Let's run it through PolitiFact's Truth-o-Meter and...uh oh, call the fire department  (politifact.com) (214)
(Huffington Post) Stupid Since they don't get enough attention in this country, Arizona lawmaker proposes a holiday to celebrate white people  (huffingtonpost.com) (325)
(Daily Kos) Amusing Orly Taitz loses birther case to an empty table  (dailykos.com) (283)
(Some Guy) Unlikely Added to the list of words you never want associated are "Gingrich" and "trampoline"  (thegrio.com) (89)
(Talking Points Memo) Interesting Obama's job news hits new low  (livewire.talkingpointsmemo.com) (591)
(The Morning Call) Scary And now, a friendly doomsday warning from Rick Santorum  (mcall.com) (134)
(The Daily Beast) Spiffy Study says Republicans have more orgasms, probably from farking 99% of the population  (thedailybeast.com) (124)
(NPR) Followup Komen reverses funding change due to it not having broad appeal  (npr.org) (766)
(Stuff.co.nz) Unlikely Roseanne Barr for president. No, really ....STOP LAUGHING  (stuff.co.nz) (46)
(Short List) Fail 10 examples of politicians trying to be funny. Complete with cringe-inducing videos. Tumbleweeds missing though  (shortlist.com) (23)
(Some Guy) Dumbass "Cry me a freaking river," says Komen's new CEO about totally coincidental new policy to defund groups beginning with 'P' and rhyming with "bland parenthood"  (jezebel.com) (147)
(Talking Points Memo) Asinine In a shocking and totally unpredictable move, GOP leaders look to renege on the defense limit cuts called for in last years sequester deal. Obama and Democrats flabbergasted   (tpmdc.talkingpointsmemo.com) (121)
(Yahoo) Asinine Romney calls Leon Panetta "misguided and naive" for announcing US troop pull out of Afghanistan, because if he hadn't said anything the Taliban would NEVER HAVE KNOWN we were thinking about leaving  (news.yahoo.com) (53)
(BusinessWeek) Obvious Republicans do not support single moms  (businessweek.com) (45)
(Slate) Spiffy The true hero in the grassroots fight against the Supreme Court's ridiculous Citizens United decision? That would be the one and only Stephen Colbert, of course  (slate.com) (83)
(Politico) Fail Congressional Republicans are fiercely debating whether they should even try to formulate a policy agenda this year, or whether they should just keep going with "Obama sucks and we have nothing to offer"  (politico.com) (108)
(New York Daily News) Followup Hackers managed to direct users to a dummy website where readers saw, "Help us run over poor women on our way to the bank." Susan G. Komen gets pwned  (nydailynews.com) (21)
(Washington Post) Followup Mitt Romney says he "Mispoke" when he said that he "wasn't concerned about the very poor" and that what he meant to say was "I want to grind them up and use them for foodstuffs, no..wait..do over"  (washingtonpost.com) (138)
(Bloomberg) Amusing Some Carson City prostitutes are donating their tips to Ron Paul. Just the tips?  (bloomberg.com) (33)
(Mother Jones) Interesting Susan G. Komen: Defunding Planned Parenthood was not politically motivated but a new policy against donating to organizations under investigation. Media: What about the $7.5M you gave Penn State? Susan G. Komen: *crickets*  (motherjones.com) (183)
(CBS News) Asinine Newt Gingrich: Now that I lost Florida, shouldn't we change the rules?  (cbsnews.com) (354)
(Daily Mail) Stupid Is Hillary Clinton styling herself to be the next Bond villain?  (dailymail.co.uk) (133)

Thu February 02, 2012
(Washington Post) Obvious Senators swarm to bill banning insider trading and play "Who's more ethical?"  (washingtonpost.com) (104)
(Washington Post) Amusing Retired Supreme Court Justice O'Connor on the two leading Republican candidates, "one is a practicing polygamist, and he's not even the Mormon." Please deposit "Oh Snap" images to the right  (washingtonpost.com) (68)
(USA Today) Followup Susan G. Komen foundation says the whole Planned Parenthood thing is a just a silly misunderstanding and to please not stop sending them money and don't boycott their sponsors  (content.usatoday.com) (202)
(Talking Points Memo) Stupid House GOP votes unanimously to reject the proposition that the Bush tax cuts added to the deficit. So yeah. Problem solved   (livewire.talkingpointsmemo.com) (115)
(Politicker) Followup Mayor Bloomberg to Personally Donate $250,000 to Planned Parenthood in Wake of Komen Controversy  (politicker.com) (129)
(Daily Kos) Obvious 83% of the near $18 million raised by Romney's SuperPAC was generated by just 58 donors  (dailykos.com) (153)
(Washington Post) Stupid Obama admits that religious doctrine guides his decisions  (washingtonpost.com) (313)
(CNSNews) Unlikely "The days of conservatives being punching bags are over," says Rep. Allen West, excitedly bobbing up and down  (cnsnews.com) (159)
(AlterNet) Sad Thomas Frank: How a bunch of idiots dressed in colonial garb screwed everyone out of a working economy  (alternet.org) (207)
(WRCB-TV) Obvious Bad Hair, obviously jealous of Nice Hair, to endorse Angry Womanizer (UPDATE: Bad Hair changes mind, asks for grooming tips from Nice Hair)  (wrcbtv.com) (55)
(Anonymous) Interesting Anonymous exposes Ron Paul's ties to white supremacists, Nazis, Zuul, dogs and cats living together, mass hysteria  (pirasec.com) (358)
(Salon) Interesting Is it possible that Obama wanted the GOP to treat him like the Antichrist?  (salon.com) (120)
(Think Progress) Dumbass Sen. Mike Lee thinks President Obama using his constitutional power to make recess appointments is exactly like the Japanese attacking Pearl Harbor and killing 2400 Americans  (thinkprogress.org) (97)
(Talking Points Memo) Spiffy More good news for Mitt Romney as Sharron Angle is set to endorse Rick Santorum   (livewire.talkingpointsmemo.com) (11)
(Washington Post) Interesting Hey, have you noticed that despite all the venom and vitriol being spewed in the Republican primaries, Romney and Paul never lay a hand on each other? There's a reason for that  (washingtonpost.com) (122)
(The New York Times) Interesting GOP says laying pipe is central to their agenda. America: Yeah, but to who?  (nytimes.com) (54)
(NJ.com) Dumbass N.J. Democratic lawmakers: "Shame on Chris Christie for abusing the Port Authority for patronage. (Psst, hey Port Authority, how about some patronage?)"  (nj.com) (13)
(ABC) Stupid Having run out of regular immigrants, Canada recruits bureaucrats to pose as new Canadians for a citizenship ceremony  (abcnews.go.com) (37)
(Some Guy) Dumbass The Republican rhetoric about the president is going to cause his assassination, according to Punxsatawnee Jackson  (wiod.com) (85)
(Huffington Post) Amusing Obama follows through on promise at town hall meeting to help a woman's husband with his resume-but she's still not sure she's gonna vote for him  (huffingtonpost.com) (155)
(Talking Points Memo) Followup Mitt Romney may have won in Florida...but he also lost a few things. Florida truly giveth and taketh away  (tpmdc.talkingpointsmemo.com) (28)
(Daily Mail) Fail Problem: Newt Gingrich needs to woo women voters. Solution: RELEASE THE CALLISTAKEN  (dailymail.co.uk) (50)
(Daily Kos) Florida Pro-tip: If you're going to submit legislation given to you by a shady, secretive lobbying group, then it may be a good idea to remove said lobbying group's mission statement from the legislation text first  (dailykos.com) (52)
(ABC) Sick Santorum tells sick kid who complained about the price of his medicine "People have no problem paying $900 for an iPad, but paying $900 for a drug they have a problem with Why?" Because, of course, people buy a new iPad EVERY MONTH  (abcnews.go.com) (290)
(Slate) Stupid So, what happens if Obama wins a second term? "We will sentence [our children] to take the first step into 1,000 years of darkness." Welcome to Derpaggedon  (slate.com) (118)
(ABC) Amusing So what happens if two "unelectable" candidates, Obama and Romney, square off in the 2012 presidential election? Oh, dear god, the Mayans were right weren't they?  (abcnews.go.com) (80)
(Fox News) Fail Obama: Look, Taliban. I'm a tough war president. I'll negotiate an end to war, but I'm no pushover. Taliban: Okay. Do us a favor first and release these top five leaders from Gitmo. You know, as a gesture. Obama: Super-dooper, guys  (foxnews.com) (72)
(Townhall) Obvious This year, Obama will run not so much on what he really did in 2009 and 2010, but more on what he wanted to do, but was stopped from doing, in 2011 and 2012  (townhall.com) (55)
(USA Today) Obvious Mr. President, after very careful consideration, sir, I've come to the conclusion that your new green jobs initiative sucks  (usatoday.com) (50)
(Huffington Post) Followup After key vote, WA to legalize gay marriage. Heterosexuals beginning mass divorces, stores revise "no shirts" policies, and the boy scouts have begun construction of glittering pink pyramid outside of Spokane  (huffingtonpost.com) (91)
(Some Guy) Obvious California nearly bankrupt and will run out of money in less than two months  (zerohedge.com) (120)
(Huffington Post) Dumbass Alabama State Senator Shadrack McGill: "If you double a teacher's pay scale, you'll attract people who aren't called to teach"  (huffingtonpost.com) (445)
(The Atlantic) Amusing The unofficial video for Bill Maher's "Irritable Bowl Syndrome" (language not safe for work)  (theatlantic.com) (48)
(The Atlantic) Interesting Under Obama, government spending has declined at the steepest rate since the 1970s  (theatlantic.com) (327)
(CBS News) Fail Romney gets glitter-bombed, calls it victory confetti. Edward Cullen stares blankly, possibly approving  (cbsnews.com) (67)

Wed February 01, 2012
(LA Times) Followup Romney clarifies his position. It's not that he's not concerned with the poor, it's just that he's not going to do anything to help them. There. That makes it all better  (latimes.com) (350)
(Salon) Dumbass You're Newt Gingrich's superPAC director. Do you c) respond to criticism of dog-whistling by blaming MSNBC, saying that black people have no role models, and that Democrats abort black babies?  (salon.com) (125)
(Red State) Obvious Conservatives are completely dumbfounded at Romney's "poor" quote: "The only thing that could have made that Romney quote worse is if he ended it by laughing manically and lighting a cigar with a $100 bill"  (redstate.com) (196)
(The Raw Story) Asinine 14-year old girl testifying before MD lawmakers tells them that they should vote to deny people their basic civil rights because it would be "my best birthday present ever"  (rawstory.com) (257)
(Denver Post) Sad Colorado's biggest embarrassment since the 1997 Denver Nuggets endorses Rick Santorum. In other news, Rick Santorum is evidently still running for president  (denverpost.com) (40)
(The Atlantic) Followup North Korea's transition has meant a change in hairstyles from bouffant to hipster undercut, but not a change in propaganda. Here's Kim Jong-Un, looking at things  (theatlantic.com) (126)
(Huffington Post) Dumbass Sen. Marco Rubio (R-epublican hero) introduces a "common-sense bill" to combat birth control  (huffingtonpost.com) (239)
(Huffington Post) Scary House GOP has Oscar nominated journalist arrested. RIP 1st Amendment  (huffingtonpost.com) (233)
(CNN) Obvious Do you live in Wisconsin? Did you sign the petition to recall Gov. Walker? If so, the Wisconsin Attorney General has decided just how to fix your wagon real good for ya  (cnn.com) (534)
(Some Guy) Obvious The "electability" argument is bankrupt on both philosophical and practical grounds. It destroys the party's soul and guarantees defeat  (spectator.org) (104)
(Politico) Amusing Santorum logic: Since Newt didn't beat Romney in Florida, I'm the only candidate that can beat Romney  (politico.com) (49)
(Politico) Stupid WSJ publishes opinion piece which states Obama has an enemies list headed Charles and David Koch, written by... the lawyer for Charles and David Koch. Fox News smiles as its apprentice finally becomes a Sith  (politico.com) (60)
(Washington Post) Asinine Asinine tag trumps Boobies tag as the Susan G. Komen Foundation decides to combat breast cancer by cutting off funding for breast cancer screening  (washingtonpost.com) (132)
(Slate) Obvious Worried that America will embrace socialized medicine? Too late...it's already here  (slate.com) (106)
(Think Progress) Stupid Constitutional "Scholars" in Washington state proposed a bill that would forbid the state government from using any legal tender other than gold and silver coins. At last, those commemorative 9/11 coins will finally be worth something  (thinkprogress.org) (113)
(The Nation) Hero Palin Targets Republican Politburo  (thenation.com) (125)
(The New York Times) Obvious Republican "job creators" show a great willingness to create jobs in the "Defeat Obama" industry  (nytimes.com) (69)
(Boston.com) Obvious Michelle Bachmann has campaign debt. Mitt Romney has lots of money. Romney wants Bachmann's endorsement. What happens next?  (boston.com) (41)
(Yahoo) Interesting Women abandon Newt for a younger and prettier candidate  (news.yahoo.com) (37)
(CNN) Obvious Question: What keeps Newt Gingrich going? Answer: Pure, unfettered ego  (cnn.com) (38)
(Talking Points Memo) Dumbass Mitt Romney follows up his decisive Florida primary win with another shot to the foot: I'm not concerned about the very poor...that's what the Democratic party is for  (livewire.talkingpointsmemo.com) (291)
(Atlanta Journal Constitution) Obvious Despite rout in Florida, Gingrich vows to troll Romney all the way to the convention  (ajc.com) (123)
(Talking Points Memo) Obvious Newt refuses to call Romney to congratulate him on his decisive Florida win  (livewire.talkingpointsmemo.com) (65)
(ABC) Interesting Because "Mittens" Romney now has real gloves in the fight, the Secret Service is giving him protection  (abcnews.go.com) (135)

Tue January 31, 2012
(Talking Points Memo) Asinine Having seen the resounding success of similar legislation in Wisconsin and Ohio, Arizona GOP seeks to ban collective bargaining by all state, county and city employees   (tpmmuckraker.talkingpointsmemo.com) (179)
(Talking Points Memo) Fail Wow, Newt Gingrich is just like Hillary Clinton Except not at all In any way  (2012.talkingpointsmemo.com) (67)
(MSNBC) Florida Will Nice Hair pull out a big win? Will Angry Womanizer make it a race? Will anyone care how Old Anarchist or Jesus Loves Me fare? It's your Florida Republican Primary live results thread  (elections.msnbc.msn.com) (405)
(The Weekly Standard) Followup The Obama campaign has found at least $500,000 of the $1.2B missing from MF Global  (weeklystandard.com) (69)
(NewsMax) Obvious Economist who created the Laffer curve says Gingrich's tax plan is better than Romney's, in much the same way being hit by a Kenworth is preferable to being hit by a Peterbilt  (newsmax.com) (178)
(Politico) Asinine John Edwards, facing jail time for federal campaign finance violations, spends $164,000 out of campaign account between October and December  (politico.com) (29)
(Rolling Stone) Interesting Comedian from popular, news-savvy TV show launches Presidential campaign to expose foibles of the political process. No, we're not talking about Stephen Colbert. Come upon my lawn and let me tell you about Pat Paulsen  (rollingstone.com) (67)
(Bloomberg) PSA Economies of midwest states, particularly Michigan, Indiana, Ohio and Pennsylvania, have improved faster than the rest of the U.S. since 2009. Not that this fact has any particular relevance in this particular year  (bloomberg.com) (171)
(Washington Post) Amusing Mitt Romney sings 'America the Beautiful'. Either that or there's a coyote stuck under my car tire  (washingtonpost.com) (61)
(Townhall) Hero I'm voting for Newt today, just as a protest vote against the sleazy and Nixonian liberal RINO Willard Mittons  (townhall.com) (164)
(Huffington Post) Florida In today's you-can't-make-this-shiat-up news, a pro-Gingrich robocall is claiming Romney forced Holocaust survivors to eat non-kosher food  (huffingtonpost.com) (206)
(Media Matters) Followup Bill O'Reilly says the Muppets better watch it  (mediamatters.org) (91)
(Miami New Times) Florida "Newt Gingrish look like a hackler. He looks like he get on people's nerves just for the fark of it,'" and more insight on the Florida GOP primary from Miami strippers Skrawberry and Tip Drill  (blogs.miaminewtimes.com) (71)
(Talking Points Memo) Unlikely Senator McConnell: "We gave Obama everything he wanted"  (tpmdc.talkingpointsmemo.com) (120)
(Fox News) Obvious English to Basespeak translation: Gringrich: "Romney is extraordinarily insensitive to religious freedom in America " Basespeak: "Psst hey Guys, you DO remember Romney is one of them weirdo Mormons right?  (foxnews.com) (109)
(Fark) Survey So Newt was told he couldn't use Eye of the Tiger as music for his campaign anymore. What song do you think he should use from now on?  (fark.com) (560)
(Mother Jones) Scary Defense Security: "The President decides who is a terrorist and if they should be killed". Keyboard commandos outraged, delete any pre-2009 comments agreeing with this concept  (motherjones.com) (335)
(Boston Globe) Interesting Romney plays the "son of a poor Mexican polygamist" card, hoping to woo Latino voters without waking the slumbering dragon of Orly Taitz  (bostonglobe.com) (110)
(Pravda) Obvious Obama the chicken is being plucked  (english.pravda.ru) (79)
(Huffington Post) Obvious People aren't watching the Republican debates to learn about the issues - "It's like you're tuning in to a car race, you really want to see if there's a wreck"  (huffingtonpost.com) (66)
(Forbes) Interesting The Chinese are finally taking Glenn Beck's advice...which may or may not be right for you. But you owe it to yourself to check it out  (forbes.com) (105)
(Guardian) Unlikely In search of the "Liberal" gene  (guardian.co.uk) (157)
(St. Petersburg Times) Florida The polls are now open in America's Derpiest State. Here's your official FL Primary thread  (tampabay.com) (143)
(Politico) Amusing No joke: Stephen Colbert's super PAC raises serious cash during late 2011  (politico.com) (69)
(Some Guy) Obvious How rich is Mitt Romney? Take all the wealth from every president from Nixon to Obama. Then double it  (starhq.com) (265)
(CNN) Amusing Top Obama campaign official David Axelrod tweets picture of the President with his dog in the presidential limousine in a jab at Romney: "How loving owners transport their dogs"  (politicalticker.blogs.cnn.com) (115)
(Huffington Post) Ironic Obama passes on taking 18 of the 20 highest questions offered to him by voters via YouTube during recent Google hangout, but does address the pressing issues of dancing, gaming, and getting the late night munchies  (huffingtonpost.com) (145)

Mon January 30, 2012
(Philly Now) Asinine The Pennsylvania house resolution declaring 2012 to be "The Year of the Bible" has no chance of passing. Just kidding, it already passed unanimously   (blogs.philadelphiaweekly.com) (169)
(BBC) Obvious President Obama admits bombing Pakistan on numerous occasions  (bbc.co.uk) (70)
(Huffington Post) Unlikely Well, here's a shock. Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer is using her "tense" meeting with Obama to raise campaign money: " I wasn't pointing at him. I was telling him, 'You have ONE more year.'"  (huffingtonpost.com) (189)
(Buzzfeed) Ironic Author of the "Don't say Gay" bill thrown out of a restaurant. "If you don't think the way certain people think, then they think you don't have a right to be served," he said, completely missing the irony  (buzzfeed.com) (215)
(Richmond Times-Dispatch) Stupid Virginia is for lovers: Instead of killing bill to require an ultrasound before an abortion, Democratic State Senator amends it instead: UFIA for guys wanting ED treatment  (www2.timesdispatch.com) (198)
(Washington Post) Fail New Gingrich ad suggests that America is headed down the same path as Cuba with their government-run inexpensive health care for all citizens. ¡Viva la Revolución  (washingtonpost.com) (129)
(Some Number Cruncher) Interesting After Tuesday, it will be mathematically impossible for someone else to enter the GOP race and win the 1144 delegates needed for the nomination   (frontloading.blogspot.com) (112)
(The Atlantic) Obvious Sarah Palin's Facebook followers revolt against her support of Newt Gingrich and leave broken pieces of taco shells all over the place  (theatlantic.com) (140)
(Mossad) Obvious US to launch war with Iran in May, says Israeli media with absolutely no personal interest in creating a self fulfilling prophecy  (debka.com) (134)
(Yahoo) Unlikely New study shows that Americans' political views are not that far apart. In other news Yankees and Red Sox fans have friendly get together  (news.yahoo.com) (53)
(American Thinker) Obvious There are six primary methods of eliminating potential challengers with the tacit cooperation of the mainstream media, and they have been in full display this primary season  (americanthinker.com) (167)
(Yahoo) Sad And they say Republicans can't do comedy  (news.yahoo.com) (116)
(Yahoo) Obvious It looked like Obama's re-election campaign was sailing against some stiff political winds, but then hot air masses in Iowa, New Hampshire, South Carolina and Florida dramatically changed the climate  (news.yahoo.com) (71)
(Yahoo) Amusing Gingrich denounces the "pro-abortion, pro-gun-control, pro-tax-increase liberal" running for president and he wasn't talking about Obama  (news.yahoo.com) (184)
(Washington Post) Obvious This just in: Republicans don't like Obama. As in, "hate him with the fire of a thousand suns" dislike. In other news, Bill Gates is rich, Elton John is gay, and the Pacific Ocean is like, wow, really big  (washingtonpost.com) (235)
(SFGate) Interesting Newt Gingrich says his war chest is down to $600,000 for the upcoming Florida Primary, tells Callista to cancel scheduled campaign appearance at Tiffany's  (sfgate.com) (33)
(Boston.com) Obvious Romney credits change in tactics for Florida surge. And by "tactics" he means "all negative, all the time, flood the airwaves, take no prisoners, outspend everyone by a margin of 7 to 1"  (boston.com) (71)
(Yahoo) Obvious Once again demonstrating the great man's vise-like grip on the blindingly obvious, Pat Buchanan says Reagan saw Gingrich as "something of a political opportunist"  (news.yahoo.com) (32)
(The Daily Caller) Interesting Sarah Palin endorses Rage Against The Machine  (dailycaller.com) (115)
(Daily Mail) Obvious Billionaire Sheldon Adelson, financier of Newt Gingrich's campaign, under investigation for corruption  (dailymail.co.uk) (161)
(WBIR) Dumbass Tennessee Tea Party wants to remove slavery from textbooks. But don't you dare call them racist  (wbir.com) (345)

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