Michigan and Arizona primaries 2012


February 28, 2012, primaries in Arizona and Michigan GOP primaries in Michigan and Arizona today–and it will be mildly interesting to see which candidate Republican voters will be stuck with, if either. On the one hand they have the lurid imaginings of former Pennsylvania Rep. Rick Santorum, who is more and more coming to seem […]

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“An avowed Muslim . . . get him out of our government”


More lying in Republican circles in Florida, and some of it probably naive. Woman in Rick Santorum’s audience just said the president is “an avowed Muslim.” Her question: “why isn’t anything being done to get him out of our government?” N.b. the MSNBC caption missed/omitted the “our” part. Santorum, a senator, did not correct her. […]

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New Hampshire primary results coming in


New Hampshire primary results coming in, reporting and periodic reactions– 8-oh-not-much-and 30 seconds p.m. New Hampshire polls now officially closed, NBC et al. can pronounce that Mitt Romney is the projected winner in the state’s primaries. Percentages about where they have been, with Romney well ahead of Ron Paul, the latter solidly ahead of everyone […]

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Rick Perry lawsuit moves forward, Virginia ballots delayed


2012 Rick Perry Virginia lawsuit, 2 Rick Perry lawsuit moves forward, Virginia ballots delayed Perry Texas Governor Rick Perry’s legal team won an early round in Virginia courts Monday. Federal judge John A. Gibney ordered all of Virginia’s local electoral boards to hold off on mailing out absentee ballots. In a conference call, Judge Gibney […]

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The Iowa caucuses–still looking for Brand X?


Live-blogging the Iowa caucuses, where participants may or may not be still looking for Brand X. 12:58 Rick Santorum and Mitt Romney have now both given their ending speeches–34 votes out of 120K+ votes cast, separating them–and Santorum spoke more effectively. But he’s still calling the Affordable Care Act fascism. He just does it by […]

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