Michele Bachmann thinks the Huckster's given her an opening.We still don't know if Michele Bachmann is smarter than a high school sophomore, but she's pretty much convinced herself that she's presidential material now that Fox News yakker Mike Huckabee has abandoned the 2012 presidential race ... More >>
Tim Pawlenty faces the also-rans.Tim Pawlenty wanted to look like bona fide presidential material tonight on Fox News, facing down the likes of Mitt Romney, Mike Huckabee and Newt Gingrich in a GOP debate from South Carolina. But those folks are not showing up. Neither is Michele Bachmann, n ... More >>
What does T-Paw have to do to get noticed?Fancy campaign videos can only get a guy so far. If the presidential election were held today, Barack Obama would beat Tim Pawlenty in a landslide, 50-31 percent, according to a new poll from the Wall Street Journal and NBC News. T-Paw would likely ... More >>
Pawlenty appeared on "The Daily Show" last week.Tim Pawlenty spent a week-long media blitz in support of his new book and presidential ambitions, chatting up everyone from Jon Stewart to Bryan Fischer. But it's hard to get the attention of the Republican base when you're facing off against a ... More >>
A new poll by an Iowa website that calls itself a place for news about Republicans, by Republicans, finds Tim Pawlenty so low in the standings of presidential hopefuls that, to go any lower, his popularity would have to be described in terms of fractions.
Does this mean Tim Pawlenty will be out of the state even more, trying to boost his national profile?
T-Paw wants you to know that he never pardoned any cop-killers--or anybody else for that matter.
Mitt Romney and Bobby Jindal are favorites among conservative activists, according to a new CNN poll.
There's a new poll out from Rasmussen Reports on 2012 GOP candidates and Gov. Tim Pawlenty came in at a depressingly low 4 percent of the vote.
What Minnesota's governor needs to do to become No. 45
In conjunction with more exciting NCAA March Madness, National Public Radio has a 2012 GOP bracket poll running on their site for the next Republican candidate.
From the constipated turncoat to the pathetic token to the veepstakes hopefuls. And about those hopefuls: Is McCain confused, or just toying with them (and us)?
The Wizard of Odds: Iowa begins the road to the Republican National Convention in St. Paul