Tuesday, December 20, 2011

The Wrap-Up: December 20, 2011

With just weeks until the Iowa Caucuses, things aren't looking that good for Newt Gingrich. Ron Paul on the other hand...

Speaking of the serial adulterer extraordinaire, many things about his past and his record he would rather people not know.

John McCain shared his thoughts on the death of Kim Jong Il. For once, I agree with the Arizona Senator.

There's this old saying, "It is better to be silent and thought a fool than to open your mouth and remove all doubt." It seems like someone finally told this to Michele Bachmann who hasn't been answering many questions at her campaign stops. Too little, too late though.

Robert Reich
To those fighting against the anti-marriage equality amendment in Minnesota, these are the types of idiots you're fighting against. Seriously, best of luck.

Former Labor Secretary Robert Reich has an offer for Barack Obama.

Brandon McInerney, the teenager who killed classmate Lawrence King for being gay, was sentenced to 21 years in federal prison. He better pray that Karma does not exist.

There are some grim predictions as to what will happen if the payroll tax-cut expires.

I'm not done with Newt yet, especially given that he racked up another endorsement...from a pro-adultery website.

Mark Cuban
The Florida Family Association, which apparently got Lowes to stop advertising on "All American Muslim" claimed some other advertising victories including getting Macy's to pull ads from "Degrassi" (a Canadian shows that has tackled LGBT issues). Macy's, however, is calling them on their BS. Another religious organization caught in a lie.

Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban talks about gays in the NBA (among other things).

And lastly, here is something to warm your heart as Winter approaches.

this is our year. from Joe M on Vimeo. (h/t Towleroad)

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