Republican voters go to the polls today in 10 states in the GOP presidential primary. It looks like Mitt Romney may win every state except for Oklahoma (Rick Santorum) and Georgia (Newt Gingrich). If so, Romney will be ever-closer to getting the nomination. If not, the race will continue to be a hot mess.
As for He Who Will Not Be Denied, this afternoon Barack Obama will hold his first press conference of the year, timed of course to grab whatever headlines the Republicans may generate. "Look at me! Look at me!"
A little experiment: let's see how many questions he gets about Iran's nuclear weapons program and his talk about it yesterday with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, high gas prices and his decision to block the Keystone pipeline, stubbornly high unemployment. Let's also see how many questions he gets about birth control, Sandra Fluke and Rush Limbaugh: none of which are central to the dire national situation and all of which are false narratives created by the Left.
My guess is since most of the media is on the Left, they'll hook up Obama with tons of questions about these irrelevancies and eat up the hour on things nobody cares about. And my guess is that since Obama and the Left orchestrated the whole birth control brouhaha with the HHS mandate to Catholic hospitals, etc, he will spend as much time as possible on these issues.
If he's talking about Fluke and Rush, he's not talking about unemployment, gas prices or Iran with a nuke.
The Left is genius at creating a diversion, and conservatives and everybody else always fall for it. Let this ridiculous Fluke/contraception phony "crisis" be the last one we fall victim to. The future of the country depends on it.