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Tuesday, January 10, 2012

Stories to Watch: 1/10/12

Big doin's in New Hampshire tonight, so I'll keep this short. I probably don't have your attention. Now here's the news...

Polling shows that Stephen Colbert would beat Jon Huntsman in South Carolina.

Newt Gingrich, Mitt Romney, and Rick Santorum all vow to bravely face America's most pressing crisis -- that of nekkid ladies on those internets.

New Hampshire voters will get a chance to vote for Herman Cain and "Dick" Perry tonight. I'm hoping Dick gets more votes that Rick, because that'd be too hilarious.

Ron Paul thinks Mitt Romney's record of slash-and-burn vulture capitalism with Bain is great.

The Bulletin of Atomic Scientists bumps their "Doomsday Clock" up to five minutes to midnight.

Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Corbett (not to be confused with the other space cadet) wants to kick a bunch of people off food stamps -- mostly because he's a Republican and an awful excuse for a human being.

SOPA-backers are seeing their reelection prospects get a bit tougher.

Finally, a short film on Mitt Romney and Bain Capital -- financed by Gingrich-backers -- sounds absolutely brutal.

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