Friday, January 20, 2012

The Wrap-Up: January 20, 2012

Gov. Rick Perry (R-TX)
Hours before last night's debate, Rick Perry dropped his bid for the GOP nomination. I'm sure you're all surprised.

Last night's GOP debate on CNN was sponsored by (prepare to be ill before reading)... has pinned an op-ed about Karen Santorum's remarks regarding the gay community's dealings with her husband.

So, about opposite-sex couples being better parents than same-sex couples...

A study shows a relation between a state's tax rate and the well-being of the state's children that the GOP probably won't like.

Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL)
Speaking of debunking myths, here is one for all my fellow males who think they're better drivers than women.

SOPA & PIPA over the last few days have lost a lot of legislative support (including some former co-sponsors).

According to Rush Limbaugh, a victim is someone who asks for an open marriage with the women he's married to/cheated on (i.e. Newt Gingrich). And people take Limbaugh seriously because...?

Anti-discrimination laws are under assault in Nebraska.

Gov. Chris Christie (R-NJ)
The GOP has made their choice on who will respond to President Obama's "State of the Union" address next week. I'm not yet sure if there will be another Tea Party response by Michele Bachmann.

As of yesterday (before the debate), there was some good news for Newt Gingrich.

Is Governor Christie (R-NJ) still for vetoing marriage equality?

Small business owners have an overwhelmingly negative view of the Citizens United decision.

And lastly, marriage equality in Washington has gotten a few more boosts.

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