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Saturday, March 03, 2012

Stories to Watch: 3/3/12

No tornadoes up here, just piles of heavy wet snow. I suppose I should be grateful for it, considering. Now here's the news...

Like all the rest of the top Not-Romney's, Rick Santorum's campaign structure is mostly either theoretical or imaginary. In fact, it's now looking like he may lose as many as 18 Ohio delegates before anyone has even voted -- and it's his own damned fault.

Latest polling shows that Gingrich still owns Georgia.

Blowhard Bill O'Reilly joins the rest of the morons pushing the false talking point that, under the contraception coverage rule, government will be paying for birth control. I guess because that's been working so well for Rush Limbaugh.

George Will declares the White House a lost cause for Republicans this go-round. He advises the party concentrate on congress as the way to make sure that Obama has "a substantially reduced capacity to do harm."

If you're in the mood for a surprise, watch for the Washington state Republican caucuses results tonight. Romney's polling ahead, but particulars of the caucuses mean it's hard to predict who's going to win. Even Ron Paul has a credible shot.

Looks like TV stations are the big winners in the Citizens United ruling.

More reason for spring fever: the Wisconsin recalls will probably take place in June.

Finally, you do know that Neil deGrasse Tyson is awesome, right?

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