Tuesday, February 7, 2012

The Wrap-Up: February 7, 2012

Roland Martin
Today is Primary/Caucus Day for Minnesota, Missouri and Colorado. There outcomes, however, may not clear up the GOP nomination at all.

Today will also see yet another ruling in the Proposition 8 court case.

After putting his foot in his mouth, Roland Martin makes a classic non-apology by claiming to be anti-soccer instead of anti-gay.

Remember Christine O'Donnell? Apparently neither do her former donors.

Daniel Radcliffe
Evan Wolfson of "Freedom to Marry" took on Brian Brown from "National Organization for Marriage" in stunning fashion, showing us all how it's done.

What does an improved economy mean for whichever Republican wins the nomination Mitt Romney?

Speaking of Republicans, Daniel Radcliffe sounds off on the candidates and gay equality in America.

Only the Tea Party could come up with this "reasoning." It just sounds like a bid for relevance to me.

What do small business owners think about the Bush tax cuts?

And lastly, Mitt Romney has done something I wish Rick Santorum would do: stopped answering questions.

ADDENDUM: The Ninth Circuit Court has ruled Proposition 8, passed in 2008, unconstitutional. REJOICE FOR FREEDOM!!!

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