Candy’s post-show analysis
The big political news this morning is the meeting of conservative Christians in Texas who decided there’s a consensus around Rick Santorum as their pick. This is a huge blow to Rick Perry, who was our guest today. He tossed it off, saying the people in South Carolina will make up their own minds.
I thought Perry was most interesting on the question of the Marines and that video of them urinating on the bodies of dead Taliban that’s caused such a stir across the world and has launched a criminal investigation here in the US by the Navy. Perry said eighteen and nineteen year-olds have bad judgment, they shouldn’t have done it, they should be punished in some way, but it is over the top for the administration to try to make it criminal.
Sen. McCain and Gov. Perry reveal contrasting views on handling incident with Marines urinating on Taliban bodies.
A look at the lighter side of the campaign trail: Moments that defy explanation from this week's 2012 GOP race.
Brad Atkins President of the South Carolina Baptist Convention and Bob Jones III Chancellor, Bob Jones University, weigh in on Mormonism, the Evangelical vote and analyze the 2012 GOP race.
Sen. John McCain on the 2012 GOP race and on endorsing one of his 2008 rivals, Mitt Romney.
Candy shares her thoughts about today's edition of State of the Union for January 15, 2012
Senior Obama Re-election Campaign Adviser David Axelrod on Mitt Romney, the President's reelection message and the economy.
Presidential Candidate Rick Perry speaks out against the Obama Administration's handling of the Marines urination video
Presidential Candidate Rick Perry weighs in on the future of his campaign before the South Carolina and Florida primaries.
Presidential Candidate Rick Perry weighs in on his fellow GOP contenders before the South Carolina primaries.