On Hannity tonight, Michele Bachmann said that President Obama is living in a parallel universe.
Jon “Margin of Error” Huntsman is moving his campaign HQ from Florida (where his wife hails from) to New Hampshire. He originally hoped to compete in New Hampshire, South Carolina, and Florida, but is now making a strategic retreat. It worked for the Russians against Napoleon, but I’m not sure the snows of New Hampshire will do the same for Huntsman.
Glenn Beck is starting a new children’s show on his GBTV network next week, called — wait for it — Liberty Treehouse. Get your kids off their computers and tucked safely up in a real treehouse while it’s on. A mind is a terrible thing to poison.
If your kids start taking Friedrich Hayek and Cleon Skousen out of the library, you know Beck is after their poor innocent souls.
As if things weren’t going badly enough for Jon “Margin of Error” Huntsman, Michael Moore is saying he likes him! If you’re running for the Republican nomination, this is like getting endorsed by the anti-Christ.
As Michele Bachmann fades, Rick Santorum is trying to use her decline to improve his own poor standings. He has said that some of Bachmann’s Iowa staff have approached him about defecting.
But how many Americans know that in 1996, Rick and his wife Karen brought home the body of their son Gabriel, who had died in the hospital two hours after his birth, to meet their living young children and kept the body overnight? And, when they find out, how many Americans will not be creeped out by this?
The kiss of death in American politics is the “weirdness” factor. Rick Santorum will never get past this.
I suspect his children will never get past meeting their dead baby brother. Someone should start a fund for the therapy they will obviously need for the rest of their lives.
All this “Chris Christie is still not running” talk reminds me of Saturday Night Live‘s “Generalissimo Francisco Franco is still dead.”
Sarah Palin seems to be continuing her feud with Rick Perry. Telling Greta Van Susteren on Fox tonight that the GOP needs a candidate who comes from a modest family background, she could have named Rick Perry, but chose instead to name Herman Cain. Actually she called him “Herb” Cain throughout the interview, but just because Fox is paying her $1 million a year for commentary is no reason for her to bother to learn the candidates’ names.
Palin also said that she likes making people think! No, Sarah, what you do is make people’s heads explode.
In case we had any doubts, Nicolle Wallace confirmed tonight on Rachel Maddow that the mentally-ill vice president in her new novel was inspired by Palin.