The Republican Party has lost its heart and soul. The party of Abraham Lincoln, founded in the mid-1850s as a political movement united against slavery, has morphed in the 21st century into the party of hate and the party of no.
Republican presidential candidate Rick Santorum is planning to do his best to upstage Washington Gov. Chris Gregoire on the day she signs into law the bill that legalizes marriage equality in the state.
The results, which are not scientific, reveal that 56% of readers say they believe that Mitt Romney will be the GOP nominee, 31% think Newt Gingrich, 3% think Ron Paul, 2% think Rick Santorum and 8% think someone else will be nominated.
Mitt Romney is on a roll, winning both the Iowa Republican Caucuses and the New Hampshire primary. Still, he has yet to win a majority of the votes in either state, showing that the majority of Republican voters are not quite sold on him as their nominee.
Kept from the Iowa debate, openly gay candidate Fred Karger continues to seek GOP presidential nomination. Plus, new candidate Lori Saldaña discusses her campaign strategy against Rep. Brian Bilbray and the Tea Party Republicans.