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Wednesday, December 28, 2011

Stories to Watch: 12/28/11

I made a ham and cheese frittata last night and tonight it's grilled ham and cheese sandwiches. Ham is probably my favorite leftover. Now here's the news...

Rick Santorum moves closer to becoming the next GOP fad candidate. Erick-Erick is less than impressed.

In case Rick is the next flavor of the month, let me be the first to remind everyone that he's a clown who tried to claim that we'd found those WMD in Iraq.

This is fun; Newt Gingrich blames his failure to get on the Virginia ballot on "one guy" who turned in about fifteen hundred fraudulent signatures. Gingrich had been paying a bounty for signatures, so he's basically admitting that "free market" incentives encourage corruption.

And it's time once again for reporters to explain how the Iowa caucuses work. Let me save you a little time; they're stupid and practically designed to keep the casual voter out of the primaries.

Rick Perry desperately struggles to be seen as the most acceptably crazy candidate, but no one bites.

A book put out by the Girl Scouts tells kids not to believe everything they hear and to check and Media Matters to see if stuff they find on the internet has been debunked. Needless to say, this is the worst thing ever. Can't have sweet little girls finding out that Fox News is a bullshit factory.

The Obama administration has a disturbing love for the killing machines known as drones.

Finally, even as Hispanics find Obama's deportation record appalling, they figure he beats the alternatives.

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