Monday, March 12, 2012

The Wrap-Up: March 12, 2012

This weekend saw a pair of Caucuses take place, but the overall picture of the GOP nomination looks pretty much the same.

How does Newt Gingrich plan on staying in the race? One word: Twitter.

One of the primary groups behind Minnesota's campaign to constitutionally ban marriage equality is under investigation.

Unlike most people in the sports world, whether coaches, players, commentators, etc., Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban knows how to make an ACTUAL apology after saying something somewhat homophobic. 

Save California (a certified hate-group) has begun its campaign to overturn SB48, the bill passed which mandates the teaching of the contribution the LGBT community has made to society. After all, having kids know that the guy who wrote Fanfare for the Common Man (Aaron Copland) was gay would ruin the country...

The Pope took some time out of his busy pedophile protecting schedule to denounce marriage equality. Seriously, this guy needs to adjust his priorities.

At a Pennsylvania school, a flippant remark goes out of control, "telephone" style.

There are some great polling numbers in the fight against North Carolina's Amendment One (the attempt to ban marriage equality constitutionally). I'm cautiously optimistic because remember, it always comes down to turnout.

And lastly, with so many southern primaries on the horizon, Mitt Romney's serial-pandering reaches new depths.

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