Wednesday, March 21, 2012

The Wrap-Up: March 21, 2012

There was a problem with some of the ballots in yesterday's Illinois primary, which is probably the closest to voter fraud we'll get in this election.

Newt isn't the only unpopular Gingrich in the household.

The House's GOP budget proposal is disastrous...unless you have enough 0's in your income of course.

St. Petersburg Russia is facing some international pressure after enacting an anti-gay law against, what it considers, "pro-gay propaganda."

I'm hoping that it is possible to revoke a Nobel Peace Prize from someone who wants homosexuality criminalized. That's pretty much the opposite of peaceful.

An Idaho legislator thinks women don't know when they've been raped. Has he even talked to a rape victim? I'm thinking not so much.

I have been thinking lately that Rick Santorum is trying to lose this presidential bid. He's anti-contraception (there goes the female vote), he will declare a war on pornography (there goes the male vote), and he told Puerto Ricans that they should speak English to become a state (there goes a chunk of the Hispanic vote). Now, he doesn't care about the unemployment rate.

Speaking of Rick, if you don't vote for him, you're a Godless heathen.

 Dan Savage responded to Rick Santorum praying for him.

And lastly, part of Mitt Romney's speech after winning the Illinois primary...which doesn't go particularly well.

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