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For today's Super Tuesday menu we present a "Best of Roadkill" selection of previously published treats. Enjoy!
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Bill shoots from the lip again. Huck readies himself to slay Goliath. Mitt friends try for Superbowl preemption. Paul woos Iranians. Keyes: Mitt made U.S. Sodom/Gomorrah.
His Holiness is campaigning in Texas, where he told an audience he believes America has moved from "the kingdom of God to the kingdom of darkness - of lies and deception."
Is that gold in your pocket, Mr. Paul, or are you just happy to see me? Rudy says faulty radios on 9/11 must have been an act of God. Thompson: no rush to cure the economy.
Fred dropped out because of mother's illness, not failing campaign. Keyes claims country has gone Commie. Hunter bequeaths his three supporters to Huck.
Hillary: raising cap on Social Security taxes hurts middle class. Thompson turns his back on Michigan. Huck threatens voters with choke hold. Mitt's w...
Would invisible candidate Court have a quick trigger finger? Thompson gathers troops, but is not overly ambitious or optimistic. Hunter says he'll go all out in Florida.
Paul's lighter than air revolution. Rudy asks for prayers, not votes. Fred promises not to jump on anyone. Hunter says he won't withdraw his dwindling...
Rudy picks Brownie's old boss for his catastrophe committee. Fred says he's the poorest of them all. Hunter says Michigan should build tanks, not cars
Rudy tells Floridians to vote before election day. Dodd's is the campaign that keeps on taking. Hillary calls for a contest to name Bill after she moves into the White House
Thompson's Troops mount campaign surge. Rudy woos Spanish-speaking supporters. Meghan loves Chelsea's shoes.
Fred says you can go from rags to riches, just like he did. Mitt discovers the power of change all over again. Hunter vows to prove the "knuckleheads" wrong!
Rudy to NH--no need to vote, send money. Hunter claims Wyoming finish makes him a contender. Fred exploits old truck.
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OffTheBus's Roadkill bids a fond adieu to the Iowa Caucus with a take on the contest's winners, losers, and weirdos.
Ron Paul's struggle not to be last. Edwards touts his accent. Dodd wins race for best grade school gimmick. Fred plays macho man in GOP debate.
Do presidential candidates fake it while campaigning? Huckabee recruits his army to fend off attackers. Edwards levitates America. McCain has feelings, too.
Fred reveals he's a nuclear technology expert. Edwards channels Harry Truman. Tancredo accuses opponents of helping lawbreakers.
Huckabee maps fundraising with subliminal message. Duncan Hunter, Poster child for No Candidate Left Behind, needs spelling lesson. Hillary's plants spread their pollen.
What do John McCain and Frankenstein have in common? Thompson promises he'll never, ever change. Edwards' third grade full disclosure.
Is Paul the tastiest of candidates? Richardson says he'll talk to people. Mitt integrates his women's coalition. Edwards disputes Hillary's face.
Will Kindergate bring down Obama's campaign? Rudy sings "there'll be pie in the sky by and by." Kucinich storms Congress for his Peace Department.
Gravel grovels for recognition. McCain pays tribute to Strom Thurmond in South Carolina speech. Fred has met the enemy, and it's the GOP!
Huck picks prosperous preacher. Kucinich sells voting machines. Rudy and Mitt don't play well together. Gun owners would have a friend in Fred.
Dodd's down, but is he out? Does Mitt need a Huckabee vaccine more than another TV ad? Mitt gives advice to media consumers.
Paul pursues the pelican vote. Rudy's marketing plan for the State Department. Tonight's CNN/YouTube mystery questioner.
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