I have just a quick response to Newt Gingrich's win in South Carolina:
You can't vote for Gingrich and claim that you aren't defending outright corruption. This isn't a guy who can plausibly deny wrongdoing, and no matter what you think of Obama, you can't say that he's been investigated and found guilty of corruption like Gingrich has.
I can't really believe that Republicans have voted for him, and it's really kind of sad. I feel really sorry for people that support him, because I just don't understand them.
There has been a question that's been swirling around in my head recently about Gingrich, but it's on a more personal matter:
"Mr. Gingrich, as the candidate of the family values party and as a faithful Catholic, who do you think more exemplifies the family values that you want to see most Americans follow, you or President Obama."
He'd have to reject the premise of the question, but it would still be fun to ask.