Mitt Romney writes a check he'd better be able to cash, Santorum supporter Foster Friess talks contraception, "Linsanity" takes over, and we remember Whitney Houston. This is The Last Word rewind...
Rick Santorum is now in a statistical dead heat in Mitt Romney's home state of Michigan. But with that primary still over a week away, will Santorum's socially conservative views help or hurt him? Jon Stewart took time to address Santorum's views about women in combat this week.
Santorum's super PAC sugar daddy, Mr. Foster Friess (not to be confused with Mr. Freeze), went on Andrea Mitchell Reports and made a sketchy comment regarding contraception. The Rick Santorum backer later went on The Last Word to try and explain himself.
Republican Congressman Darrell Issa held a hearing to examine the issue of religions freedom regarding the Obama administration's rule on contraceptives. The hearing, which included a panel consisting entirely of men, didn't exactly go over well.
And this week, we've come to realize, there appear to be two Mitt Romneys: the confident one and the social awkward one. One who is extremely confident about his prospects in Michigan where he is in that aforementioned statistical dead heat with Rick Santorum, and the other who is on the hunt for old girlfriends and singing "America, The Beautiful." (At least he didn't try to deliver a speech in China, Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper. This panda had other plans...)
The pro-Romney super PAC, Restore Our Future, has turned its gaze from Newt Gingrich to Rick Santorum. This attack ad was launched in Michigan earlier this week, but Santorum isn't taking that lying down. The former Senator from Pennsylvania proves he's got something Mitt Romney doesn't — a sense of humor.
The music world lost a legend this week after Whitney Houston passed away at the age of 48. Among her accomplishments were multiple Grammy and Emmy win. Additionally, Houston was responsible for what is arguably the greatest rendition of our national anthem ever performed.
Although the entertainment industry is largely seen as liberal, many musicians who support GOP candidates, courtesy of Politico.
Washington State has now joined six other states in legalizing same-sex marriage. Maureen Walsh, a Republican state representative, gave this speech in support of the law and not only that, but Former Vice President Dick Cheney may even be lobbying for marriage equality in Maryland.
Hopefully, you saw these tips from Rev. Al Sharpton this week before Valentine's Day. If not, watch them now and plan for next year.
For those of you living under a rock, you may be wondering who is this Jeremy Lin? I wouldn't know because I haven't been able to watch any of his games. However, a lot of other people know who he is, and "Linsanity" has clearly taken over.