Friday, February 3, 2012

The Wrap-Up: February 3, 2012

First a correction from a previous Wrap-Up. Donald Trump endorsed Mitt Romney, not Newt Gingrich. Either way, there are jokes to be made involving multiple wives, so not much changes there.

For someone who claims to be such a devout Christian, Rick Santorum completely lacks compassion. It sounds like Ricky needs to read that Bible again, and pay attention this time.

For some, this year's Super Bowl will be more than just a game.

There were some very touching stories told during the Washington state Senate's debate on marriage equality.

Meanwhile, there is a couple in Washington D.C. that hasn't been getting along so well: Eric Cantor and John Boehner.

In pointing out how "magnanimous" he is, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie also points out that he is out of touch with his constituents. Bravo Gov.!!!

People are fleeing the big banks in droves...which is a good thing.

Some fresh post-Florida polling numbers came in last night from Arizona and Michigan whose primaries are on February 28th.

And lastly, an openly gay Washington Senator gives some remarks just before the victorious vote that took place Wednesday evening (and the vote itself).

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