Monday, December 5, 2011

The Wrap-Up: December 5, 2011

Jon Huntsman
The GOP nomination race just got a lot less interesting with Herman Cain's departure.

Newt Gingrich and Jon Huntsman have agreed to have a Lincoln-Douglas style one-on-one debate. I have no idea why Gingrich want to give Huntsman exposure, but I also have no idea how he could give his wife divorce papers while she is undergoing cancer treatment.

Speaking of Newt, Eva Longoria took him to task over his recent remarks about poor children.

Eva Longoria
Here is some talk about the remarks Gingrich made.

Some organizations choose to discriminate to whom they give even during the holidays. It looks like the LGBT community is onto such groups.

Even though the "moral" exception to that Michigan anti-bullying law was removed, the bill as a whole is still fairly toothless.

While most people would want to denounce known hate-groups, Rick Santorum is yet again running into their arms.

First it was on, then it was off. Now, it seems as if embattled pastor Eddie long's wife has decided that their divorce is back on.

Another North Carolina Republican has rescinded previous support of the state's purposed anti-marriage equality amendment.

Governor Andrew Cuomo (D-NY)
The good news: a GOP candidate is actually pro-marriage quality. The bad news: he has next to zero chance of winning the nomination.

New York governor Andrew Cuomo, one of the main engineers of his state successful marriage equality passage, is raising money big-time.

And lastly, the unemployment rate dropped to the lowest it has been in over 2 years.

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