Appearing at the Apollo Theater in New York Thursday night, President Obama sings Al Green classic 'Let's Stay Together.' He sounded good, but he's no Herman Cain.
The tea party has been at the forefront of the anyone-but-Mitt Romney campaign but has not yet curbed his momentum. If the movement fails to propel tea-party favorite Newt Gingrich to victory in South Carolina, its clout could come into question.
The comedian has been included in some actual political polls in recent days, as he presses ahead with exploring whether to run for (wink wink) president of South Carolina.
Questions are already arising about whether ABC's 'Nightline' is justified in airing its 'bombshell' interview with Marianne Gingrich, an ex-wife of Newt Gingrich.
While Perry has endorsed Gingrich, Ron Paul stands to benefit somewhat from his fellow Texan's departure from the Republican race. But then, so do the rest of the candidates.