CNN's John King reveals how the Republican candidates' views on Libya have changed since Gadhafi's death.
CNN's John King and Sen. John McCain, an early advocate for deposing Gadhafi, discuss the impact of the dictator's death.
Every day we ask influential politicos to send us their top three bullet points that are driving the day's conversation inside and outside Washington.
RedState.Com Editor Erick-Woods Erickson:
– Harry Reid says "private sector jobs are doing just fine." Meanwhile, they are not. Conservatives are fixated on this story today.
– The other story drawing conservative eyes is this one. Barack Obama has gotten more from the financial sector than the GOP. Who really is the party of Wall Street?
– Herman Cain's got some explaining to do. On CNN's Piers Morgan last night he really sent mixed signals on abortion and the pro-life community is waking up to full inboxes from pro-life activists screaming. He's going to need to fix this quick. Rick Perry's going to Iowa today to talk to pro-life voters.
Mario Solis-March: Senior Editor of MarioWire.com Mario Solis-Marich:
– Too Many Hands: Even Obama’s hard core Latino supporters are upset that on the day that a documentary aired horrific facts about the administration's immigration policy, the Department of Homeland Security held a conference call touting its record number of deportations, apparently the right hand doesn’t know what the further right hand is doing.
– No hands on Deck: The job killing GOP house majority will now vote against teachers and firefighters…..again, apparently the “job creators” we hear about (but never see) will fill those employment gaps as well.
– Muddy Palms: U.S. Senator Michael Bennet’s top State aide Rosemary Rodriguez is involved in a nasty local school board race in Denver, Rodriguez is slinging mud against a much admired local Latino elected official, will there be a “Latino Spring”?
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