These little nuggets were found mostly in the comments on the www:
Stephen Colbert, on Mitt Romney's statement that "You can't drive a car with a windmill on it": "He's right. ... If you put a windmill on top of your car, where does the dog go?"
David Axelrod tweaks: “You know what they say: as America Samoa goes, so goes the nation!"
NBC has pulled their reporter from covering Ron Paul full time. The last embed is gone. With good reason – Dr. Paul has only 47 delegates to date and not a single primary or caucus victory. Septuagenarians still think before they vote.
Jimmy Kimmel : "Rick Santorum yesterday spoke at what they call the Gulf Coast Energy Summit, in Biloxi, Mississippi. And he said, he believes global warming is bogus. And when Rick Santorum speaks about climate science, you listen. Because as you can see here, he looks a lot like a local weather man. Thanks, Rick. Now, here's Newt with sports."
Be sure to read Kathleen Parker‘s Washington Post column, asking whether Mitt Romney would attempt to connect to a Jewish crowd by proclaiming “Oy vey, did I ever enjoy my loxies and bagels this morning!”
Cheesy grits, anyone?