Awkward moment after the break, as Michele Bachmann was missing from the stage when Bret Baier tried to start things up again. She arrived in a matter of seconds, but still an odd and unhelpful moment for her.
Tim Pawlenty challenged viewers to find an economic plan from President Obama on the web. If you find one, he promises to come to your house and cook you dinner.
When Pawlenty was asked about criticizing Michele Bachmann for her migraines, he said the only headache to question is the headache the President has caused.
Someone is better prepped since the New Hampshire debate.
I want Pad Thai, as spicy as you can make it. So spicy it makes my diarhea burn on the exit.
I have a feeling Tim Pawlenty will be cooking alot of dinner in the near future.
The real question: Will Pawlenty’s idea of cooking dinner be reminiscent of Epic Meal Time?
» One note on the Bachmann one: You’ll note that if you read the full document, it specifically blames Republican policies — largely their unwillingness to raise revenue by raising taxes — for the downgrade. Yes, there is too much debt. Yes, it needs to be dealt with. But if the GOP can’t give an inch on taxes, then these words don’t hold water.
» Most people don’t make that in a month: For a candidate that is championing lower spending to conserve taxpayer dollars, that seems quite a lot of money to spend on herself. It’s also far more than she spent on stylists than during her Congressional campaign. Appearances may be important when running for president — don’t get us wrong, anything to help her prevent a Nixon moment — but this seems a tad excessive. And it’s an excess not uncommon to Democrats, either — John Edwards famously got $200 haircuts in his pre-scandal days.