Monday, January 23, 2012
In what is ostensibly a four-man debate, Mitt Romney and Newt Gingrich go at each other for five solid minutes before Brian Williams has to interrupt them to go to commercial.
If Rick Santorum's supporters "feel" that President Obama is an "avowed Muslim," it's not his job to tell them that he "feels" differently. Newt Gingrich would have gotten much more angry with CBS and CNN.
Sarah Palin continues her support of Newt Gingrich and simultaneously forces viewers to conjure a mental image of Chris Christie's "panties."
The Gregory Brothers break back into the auto-tune the news game with this new video, featuring the two most important candidates of this primary season (and Joseph Gordon-Levitt).
This moment from a Rick Santorum rally today is reminiscent of the infamous moment from October 2008 in which a woman called Obama an "Arab" and John McCain corrected her saying he's a "good man" (as if those two things are mutually exclusive). Except this time, unlike McCain, Santorum doesn't even attempt to set this woman straight.
If you didn't know Ronald Reagan personally, then you're not allowed to question Newt Gingrich's conservative credentials.
In his argument against an Occupy protester, Mitt Romney says that anyone who tries to divide the country into the 99% vs. the 1% is wrong is un-American.
Casey Wilson's Callista Gingrich is back to address the whole "open marriage" thing.