Jester’s Court — January 26, 2012

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Newt Gingrich in Second Life.

The crazies at Westboro Baptist Church prefer Obama over Romney or Gingrich.

In 1996, Newt Gingrich proposed the death penalty for anyone caught importing two ounces of marijuana into the country.

Former Louisiana Governor Buddy Roemer is pinning his hopes on a third party run for the presidency.

Rick Perry is a lot less popular in Texas now with 45% saying that he has hurt the state’s image.

Alec Baldwin still wants to run for office.

A mayor disputed that Arizona Governor Jan Brewer and Barack Obama argued on an airport tarmac.

Mitt Romney being photographed doing his laundry because the tank Dukakis rode in was not available.

Romney: “If I’m fortunate to become the next president of the United States, it is my expectation that Fidel Castro will finally be taken off this planet.”

Romney who said he doesn’t discriminate against gays has backed groups that advocate just that.

Joe Biden seems to like Indian accents.

Security officers dragged Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard out of a Canberra restaurant after an angry mob of protesters surrounded the building during a luncheon ceremony.

Britain’s defense minister said that Argentina doesn’t have the military ability to invade the Falklands.

A British council put up a sign on a park tree warning residents not to attach things to the trees.

After a German parliament staffer accidentally sent an email to thousands of her colleagues, their responses overloaded Bundestag computers.

John Tyler, the 10th President of the United States in 1841, still has two grandchildren alive.

Forty-one Obama White House aides owe the IRS $831,000 in back taxes.

Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood’s son has been told by the Egyptian government that he cannot leave the country.

Illinois to consider legislation on background checks and online dating.

A bill allowing for the teaching of creationism in public schools is moving through the Indiana legislature.

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