Jester’s Court — March 18, 2012


Mitt Romney’s overwhelming victory in the Puerto Rico primary raises more questions why Rick Santorum went there to campaign and require that English be their official language prior to statehood.

Fred Karger, a gay Republican political consultant, and former Louisiana Governor Buddy Roemer bested  Newt Gingrich and Ron Paul in the Puerto Rican primary.

Newt Gingrich’s Puerto Rican campaign chair said the election would have been closer if Gingrich had visited the island. The results showed Romney had 83%, Santorum 8%, Roemer 2% Gingrich 2%, Karger 1% and Paul 1%.

A little known fact is that the Republican Party has been under court-ordered monitoring for potential race-based voter fraud for the past thirty years.

Mitt Romney currently boasts the worst primary-season favorable-unfavorable split of any major-party nominee of at least the last 36 years.

Romney does not have enough information to take a stand on what the U.S. should do in the Afghan War.

The Romney and Santorum campaigns reached a deal in January to drop challenges that could have kept both candidates from winning delegates in Illinois.

Barack Obama is struggling to draw in big-dollar donations, with half as many people writing large checks to his campaign than at this point four years ago.

Is Obama the most fiscally conservative president of the modern age?

A leader in the San Diego Tea Party has been arrested for kidnapping and rape.

Asma al-Assad, the British-born wife of Syria’s president, told a friend that she was the “real dictator” in the family.

India is the world’s largest recipient of arms while South Korea is second and Pakistan and China are tied in third place.

Russian Special Forces landed in Syria to take part in anti-terrorist efforts. In case NATO is thinking about intervening…

A British opponent of same-sex marriage warned that someday there might be two queens or two kings on the British throne.

Richard Branson asked Barack Obama for a marijuana cigarette at the White House State Dinner for British Prime Minister David Cameron.

New Jersey received the highest ranking out of all 50 states for transparency, accountability and lack of corruption.

Rick Santorum: “[T]he Obama Department of Justice seems to favor pornographers over children and families.”

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