As Super Tuesday looms, we’re finally getting a clearer picture of who will represent the Republican Party against President Barack Obama in November.
Super Tuesday is the biggest day for states holding primary elections to select delegates to national conventions – at which each party’s presidential candidates are officially nominated.
But let’s not forget who got us here. First it was Herman “Sexual Harassment” Cain, who shocked us with his ever revolving door of women to come forward accusing him of sexual harassment, which ultimately ended his campaign.
Michele “Corn Dog” Bachmann was once an early front-runner and quit after gay marriage and gay rights became a focal point of her campaign, leading to high schoolers and toddlers accosting her at no end.
Then there’s the brilliant Rick “Oops” Perry, the Texas Governor who made George W. Bush seem like Stephen Hawking when he couldn’t remember the three agencies in government he’d get rid of if elected President.
It was a smorgasbord of interesting personalities that led us to Super Tuesday. These candidates’ ideas and behavior not only separated them from the pack, but ended their campaign bids.
Let’s take a look at some of the highlights from the Republican Presidential primaries.
Herman Cain made headlines when he shouted at reporters asking him questions about his sexual harassment accusations.
Money To Burn, $10 stacks bet!
Michele Bachmann gets harrassed by a kid over gay rights:
Rick Santorum and Obama’s snobbery!
Ron Paul hates Newletters!
To the Moon, Newt!
Rick Perry on Ni**erhead– “All of us agree that the word that was on that rock is a very offensive rock.”