The Corner

I’ll Do the Whining for Paul and Santorum

 Brian Williams has fallen back into the old habit of giving far more time to the perceived front-runners than to the others. Gingrich and especially Romney are being given far more opportunities to talk than Paul and Santorum are. It’s obnoxious.

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Also, completely unrelatedly, all four candidates look and sound tired. And no wonder: Their campaign pace has been brutal. We should remember that they are human beings; sometimes we all, myself included, are too tough on them when parsing their answers.

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