Tales from the tangled www:
Republicans believe that "conception begins at Last Call.” Thanks, SNL.
Joe Klein types with tongue-in-cheek: “Republicans are doing good job of winning over the young voters who are adamantly opposed to contraception.”
You know you have a problem when George Will writes: “Romney is right about the futility of many current policies, but being offended by irrationality is insufficient. Santorum is right to be alarmed by many cultural trends, but implies that religion must be the nexus between politics and cultural reform. Romney is not attracting people who want rationality leavened by romance. Santorum is repelling people who want politics unmediated by theology. Neither Romney nor Santorum looks like a formidable candidate for November.”
Lawrence O’Donnell: “George Will may have the only functioning brain in the Republican party.”
Romney/Santorum. “One's Hazelnut and the other is a Filbert. How can you tell the difference?”
Recommended reading: “The Lost Party: The strangest primary season in memory reveals a GOP that’s tearing itself apart,” by John Heilmann in The New York Magazine.
Remember this and repeat it often: “No one should ever “underestimate the ability of President Obama to rally conservatives to vote against him.” Richard Land.