I'm en route to Iowa where I'll spend the day trailing Rick Perry in some conservative western towns. My colleague John Dickerson will be trailing Newt. If blogging is light, it's because actual reporting is afoot.
Politico (briefly?) boards the "Gary Johnson wuz robbed" train.
Erick Erickson is only a little bitter about the Blunt victory.
If you're into Insider Advantage polls, you've got Perry climbing back to third in Iowa.
Fournier on Iowa: Whuh?
Vogel and Byers revisit Huffington-Gingrich.
Keeping with this week's "liberals and the year of occupying" theme, Janie Lorber reports on friction between OWS and some Hill Dems.
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Cringing. Ducking. Mumbling.
How GOP candidates react whenever someone brings up reproductive rights or gay marriage.
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