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Santorum: ‘I’d like everybody to get out’ of race

Republican presidential candidate Rick Santorum has a foolproof plan to win the GOP nomination: He wants everybody else to just quit. On Sunday, NBC host David Gregory asked the candidate if he would like to see former House Speaker Newt Gingrich drop out if he loses upcoming primaries in Alabama…

McCain: Palin was ‘best qualified’ for vice president

Former Republican presidential nominee John McCain is still adamant that no one was more qualified than Sarah Palin to be vice president in 2008. Fox News host Chris Wallace on Sunday asked the Arizona senator to respond to HBO’s movie “Game Change,” which implies that he only selected Palin because…

Gingrich: Romney weakest GOP frontrunner since 1920

Republican presidential candidate Newt Gingrich says that rival Mitt Romney is the weakest GOP hopeful in almost one hundred years. On Sunday, Fox News host Chris Wallace noted that Gingrich had to get more than 70 percent of the outstanding delegates to win the nomination. “You said on Friday that…

Maher panel responds to footage of Mississippi voters

Filmmaker (and daughter of former Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi) Alexandra Pelosi traveled to Mississippi at the behest of Real Time with Bill Maher to film voters and get their opinions of the 2012 Republican primary. Before showing the footage, Maher explained to the audience and his panel of…

WATCH LIVE: Kansas winner Santorum holds rally

Exit polls are predicting that former Pennsylvania Senator Rick Santorum will be the winner in the Kansas GOP primary election today. Watch this video of a live rally from that state, embedded via MSNBC, below: Visit msnbc.com for breaking news, world news, and news about the economy…

Schultz: Fox News conspiracy theorists won’t distract from their war on women

MSNBC host Ed Schutlz noticed Friday evening the various Fox News personalities claiming that the White House is secretly behind the media pressure surrounding Rush Limbaugh. Both Bill O’Reilly and Eric Bolling have accused the Obama administration of pushing Sandra Fluke’s emergence in media circles since her attacks from Limbaugh.…

Shimon Peres wants to be your Facebook friend …’for peace’

Jews are the people of the Book but also the “people of the Facebook,” Israeli President Shimon Peres joked about his flashy new page — complete with electro-pop video — on the site. “You have to speak the language of the young people,” the 88-year-old Nobel Peace Prize winner laughed,…

Reagan budget director discusses ‘crony capitalism’ with Bill Moyers

Former Reagan budget director David Stockman joined Bill Moyers Friday evening for a lengthy and candid discussion on the symbiotic relationship between Wall Street and the White House: Now a businessman who says he was “taken to the woodshed” for telling the truth about the administration’s tax policies, Stockman speaks…

Romney woos Southerners: I had some ‘cheesy grits’ at the Hilton, y’all

Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney on Thursday appealed to Southern voters by proclaiming his love for grits. At an event in Pascagoula, Mississippi, the former Massachusetts governor declared that “strange things are happening to me” during his trip to Dixie. “I am learning to say y’all, and I like grits…

Palin: Obama to wants ‘go back’ to slavery era

Half-term Republican Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin on Thursday asserted that footage of Barack Obama hugging a controversial Harvard professor in 1990 was proof that the nation’s first black president wanted to return to the era of slavery. On Wednesday, Breitbart.com editors Ben Shapiro and Joel Pollak appeared on Sean Hannity’s…

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