Tuesday, January 24, 2012
By invoking the Buffett Rule and stating that people making over $1 million per year should pay at least 30% in taxes, President Obama landed a blow against Mitt Romney without mentioning his name.
In his latest ad for the ambiguous Cain Connections, Herman Cain shows highlights from the "Rock Me Like a Herman Cain" rally including his introduction by new best friend Stephen Colbert.
Newt Gingrich is not happy with Brian Williams for preventing last night's debate audience from giving him standing ovations.
Stephen Colbert's "Rock Me Like a Herman Cain Rally" led to Cain getting only 1% of the vote in South Carolina. Because of this tragic fact, Colbert decides to give up his bid for the presidency and tries to get his super PAC back from Jon Stewart.
To remember his short-lived but hard-fought campaign, here are the highlights from Friday's rally.
The Daily Show's Al Madrigal tracks down the Georgia man who is the most enthusiastic Mitt Romney supporter in the country.