2012 Presidential Election News of the Day

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2012 Presidential Election News of the Day
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2012 Presidential Election News of the Day: With many thousands votes still left to count, every major news organization has already called the 2012 New Hampshire primary for former Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney.

"Tonight, we made history,"

Stuff White People Like of the Day

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Stuff White People Like of the Day: Michele Bachmann gives Pittsburgh-based Christian rock group White People Soul Band the most awkward introduction imaginable.

[okfj / jmg.]

Animated GIF of the Day

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Animated GIF of the Day: Aaaaaaand we're done.

[horklog.]

Straw Poll Results of the Day

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Straw Poll Results of the Day
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Straw Poll Results of the Day: Rep. Michele Bachmann was declared the winner of the Ames GOP straw poll, securing her first place with a total of 4,823. Bachmann edged out her closest competitor, Congressman Ron Paul, by 152 votes.

Former Minnesota Gov. Tim Pawlenty was second runner-up with 2,293 votes, closely followed by Rick Santorum (1,657) and Herman Cain (1,456). Texas Gov. Rick Perry, who

Say What Now of the Day

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Say What Now of the Day: Responding to hecklers at an Iowa State Fair rally, 2012 GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney shot back with a sound bite that will likely haunt him for as long as he campaigns: "Corporations are people." (Skip to 0:55.)

He's right in the sense that corporations are in fact

2012 Presidential Election News of the Day

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2012 Presidential Election News of the Day
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2012 Presidential Election News of the Day: Rep. Ron Paul (R-TX) announced today that he will not be running for reelection in his congressional district.

Paul, who has been in office since 1997, told Brazoria County publication The Facts t

Follow Up of the Day: More on The Marriage Vow

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Follow Up of the Day: More on The Marriage Vow
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Follow Up of the Day: Alice Stewart, a spokeswoman for Rep. Michele Bachmann's presidential campaign, told FoxNews.com that the Minnesota congresswoman stood by her decision to sign the controversial "Marriage Vow" penned by conservative Chri