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March 6, 2012
We’re not sure if we’re going to be able to call it tonight.
CNN’s Political Director Mark Preston • Talking about how much his night’s going to suck. He’s gonna have to listen to Anderson, John and Wolf bluster for three hours to fill up time while they don’t call Ohio.
23:18 // 2 years ago
NBC won’t call Ohio tonight: No word on other networks yet, but not exactly a surprise given how close the race is right now.

NBC won’t call Ohio tonight: No word on other networks yet, but not exactly a surprise given how close the race is right now.

22:58 // 2 years ago
The vote tally between Romney and Santorum narrows in Ohio: With most of the votes counted, just 2,500 votes separate the two. This could be decided late. It’ssoclosethatweforgotthespacesinthislastsentence. EDIT: Now CNN’s saying that Romney’s ahead.

The vote tally between Romney and Santorum narrows in Ohio: With most of the votes counted, just 2,500 votes separate the two. This could be decided late. It’ssoclosethatweforgotthespacesinthislastsentence. EDIT: Now CNN’s saying that Romney’s ahead.

22:49 // 2 years ago
Once the government takes control of your life, then they gotcha.
Rick Santorum • Using tough lines in his don’t-call-it-a-victory-just-yet speech. He later said “our rights come to us from our creator.” Once God takes over your life, then He gotcha.
21:29 // 2 years ago
Not many presidential candidates come to Steubenville, Ohio — much less make their victory speeches here.
GOP presidential candidate RICK SANTORUM, in televised remarks from Steubenville, Ohio just now. He added that weight room of the school he’s at “doubles as our war room” where he “pumped iron” to get ready for his speech. Riiiiiight. (via inothernews)

They don’t come to Steubenville because it sounds like Stupidville! 
21:24 // 2 years ago
Rick Santorum is talking to a crowd in Ohio, in a town that has a name that could easily be mispronounced “Stupidville.” Some towns you just don’t go to, Rick.

Rick Santorum is talking to a crowd in Ohio, in a town that has a name that could easily be mispronounced “Stupidville.” Some towns you just don’t go to, Rick.

21:21 // 2 years ago

Super Tuesday: The results so far looking good for Romney, Gingrich

  • Newt Newt Gingrich did well right out of the gate, winning Georgia, a state which he served in Congress for years.
  • Mitt Not far behind was Mitt, who won contests in Virginia and Vermont. He’s cornered the “V” states, folks!
  • Rick The guy who has given Mitt the most fits is banking his hopes on Ohio, where he’s doing well in exit polls.
  • Ron The Libertarian and sneaker-wearer is hoping for some caucus magic in states like North Dakota. source

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19:58 // 2 years ago
March 5, 2012
brooklynmutt:

The New Yorker front cover: Rick Santorum in a dog house on the roof of Mitt Romney’s car
(Politico)
FTW!

Oh man, there is such a good opportunity for a multi-neologism dirty joke here. 

brooklynmutt:

The New Yorker front cover: Rick Santorum in a dog house on the roof of Mitt Romney’s car

(Politico)

FTW!

Oh man, there is such a good opportunity for a multi-neologism dirty joke here. 

1:51 // 2 years ago
March 4, 2012

Super PACs aggressively spend ahead of Super Tuesday. Super.

  • $10 million in Super Tuesday ads bought by Super PACs source

» Four states getting strongest focus: Ten states are holding primaries and caucuses in a couple of days, but the ones that the GOP candidates are really focused on? Ohio, Georgia, Oklahoma and Tennessee. Much of the advertising seems to be focused on trashing other candidates, with both Mitt-and-Newt-affiliated Super PACs attacking Rick Santorum — who is currently leading in Ohio. In other news, Mitt won a caucus in Washington on Saturday with Ron Paul scoring second place, though the caucus is non-binding.

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10:08 // 2 years ago
February 29, 2012
22:21 // 2 years ago