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Some of the topics we're loaded with today: Romney Beat Santorum by 8 Votes || Perry Tweets: 'Here We Come, South Carolina' || Bachmann Drops Out of Presidential Race || Ron Paul Happy with the Bronze

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NY Times Raises Prices ... Big-Time Sports Has Lost Mystique ... How El Rushbo Gooses Prius Drivers ... Colonel Mark Hasara on Fuel Burn

Morning Update: Second Term

Jimmy Carter -- uncharacteristically quiet these past three years -- has piped up with a little advice for Obama. “If your main goal is to get re-elected,” Carter told AP, you should “avoid a controversial subject as much as you can in the first term.”

This Race is Far From Over

RUSH: Back on December 14th, essentially I, your host, El Rushbo, predicted what everybody in the media was declaring: a Newt-Mitt race.  I said, "Nope, it's not gonna shape up that way.  There's still way too much that can happen."  Now, what has happened is Santorum, for all practical purposes, given expectations, was the winner last night.

Media Declares Obama the Winner in Iowa

RUSH: Did you happen to see any of the videotape of Obama doing his dog-and-pony show? I'm telling you, I don't know how this happened. Folks, they added 25 years to his appearance.  He looked like the character Max Headroom out there.  Barack Obama looked like a space alien.  He looked like he was 75 years old... The idea that Obama was the big winner last night is a crock.

The White House Wants Romney

RUSH: My contention is they think Romney would be the easiest of the likely-to-win Republican candidates.  I know the Republican political professionals have let it be known that I don't know what I'm talking about -- think I'm crazy.

Don't Doubt Me: The US is a Net Exporter of Gasoline

RUSH: "Measured in dollars, the United States is on pace this year to ship more gasoline, diesel, and jet fuel than any other single export, according to US Census data going back to 1990. It will also be the first year in more than 60 years that America has been a net exporter of these fuels." First time in more than 60 years, net exporter of gasoline.

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