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Former Pennsylvania Senator Rick Santorum made an appearance on Fox News Sunday with Chris Wallace and weighed in on everything from super PAC’s to social issues. I’ve posted the video below; and if you’re still not that familiar with Santorum or his campaign, I’d very much encourage you to watch it.
Former Pennsylvania Senator Rick Santorum says voting for Mitt Romney in the South Carolina GOP primary would be “malpractice on the part of primary voters.” Santorum not pulling punches / Ready to go at Mitt Romney head-on. (Check) So, Santorum says voting for Romney would be malpractice and Gingrich says voting for anyone but Gingrich would be a vote for Romney….Who else is ready for a couple of debates?
Stephen Colbert and Jon Stewart have officially taken their political comedy bit to unprecedented levels releasing an attack ad targeting Mitt Romney in South Carolina entitled, “Attack In B Minor For Strings.” Courtesy of “Americans For A Better Tomorrow, Tomorrow” the Colbert-turned-Stewart-run super PAC known as “The Definitely NOT Coordinating with Stepehen Colbert Super PAC” is launching a full-scale attack on Republican front-runner Mitt Romney as the pair of Comedy Central comedians continue their mission to shed light on how utterly ridiculous campaign finance laws have become in the wake of Citizens United and Congress’s absolute dereliction of duty in failing to address the problem with a permanent and workable solution.
Newt Gingrich took his campaign to NBC and Meet the Press Sunday morning for some free air time as the race for the Republican nomination heats up in the conservative bastion that is South Carolina. As you might expect, there was much discussion of “dirty politics”, super PAC’s, and Bain friggin Capital; but the highlight of the interview came when Newt was asked what a Romney victory in South Carolina would mean for his campaign and the race for the nomination, generally.
Senate Majority Leader popped by to see his old pal David Gregory Sunday on Meet the Press and decided to use the opportunity to clear up a few things. First, the Tea Party is fading and losing influence as the “economy improves.” That was two – just in case you missed one. The Tea Party is losing its significance and the economy is getting better.
Texas Governor Rick Perry made an appearance on This Week with George Stephanopolous Sunday morning to discuss his fledgling campaign ahead of this week’s lineup of debates and South Carolina primary. From the outset, he was pressed with questions about whether South Carolina was his campaign’s “Alamo” – an assertion Perry deflected by continuing to push the message that he’s the most fiscally and socially conservative in the field.
When I heard that Comedy Central’s Stephen Colbert was going to make an appearance on This Week with George Stephanopoulos, I wasn’t quite sure what to expect. But I’m not going to lie; I was more than a little intrigued. Colbert’s insanely funny, extremely intelligent, and just about as quick-witted as anyone out there. I don’t always agree with everything he puts out there, but even much of that still makes me laugh. Add to that the fact that we’re in the middle of a Republican primary that at times has been more ridiculous than informative and the fact that George Stephanopoulos has just rejoined/taken over the hosting duties at a struggling This Week; and you have all the makings of potentially great television and hilarious political comedy.
While I’m willing to bet you tuned in for the Broncos-Patriots Game on CBS to see Tim Tebow and Tom Brady going head-to-head, if you’re like me, you probably lost interest somewhere on or around the first quarter and began wondering how bad the beating could be before the final whistle blew. While my mind drifted off to other things whilst watching said beatdown, I pulled up Google Trends to see how much of the top 20 was dominated by Tebow, Brady, Denver Broncos, NFL, playoffs, etc. And just as I expected, the list was overrun with Tebow-Mania and topics related to the NFL and the last-minute finish between the 49ers and the Saints… save for one. An add by Focus on the Family.