Demint Says Convention Fight Possible, CPAC Wandering, Contemplating Contraception, The Obama Album (PM Note)

How much is your vote worth? (HINT: Not as much as if you lived in Iowa) -

Obama Album - The Weight is a Weird Campaign Song -

DeMint Says it Could go to the Convention; Perry Teases Another Run - CPAC Wandering With Jon Karl -

Close to Another Million Dollar Day for Santorum -

Contraception Isn't Working Just Fine for WH - Why didn't they leave it alone?

Internal Debate - Several Catholic men at the White House, including Joe Biden, Bill Daley and even Defense Secretary Leon Panetta, opposed the contraception mandate, according to Jake Tapper. They faced off against other Catholics such as senior adviser David Plouffe and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius, who were joined by senior White House advisers Valerie Jarrett and Pete Rouse, and then-Domestic Policy Council Director Melody Barnes. Also lobbying by former White House communications director Anita Dunn, Senators Barbara Boxer, D-Calif. and Jeanne Shaheen, D-N.H., and Planned Parenthood Federation of America President Cecile Richards.

'Come on, Guys' - Obama not taking questions on contraception today - Fun video of the dodge-

Losing Some Senate Democrats and Scott Brown -

Campaign Calculus -

Biden tells talk radio "We Can Work it Out."

New Nun Lawsuit - A Catholic television network founded by a cloistered nun 30 years ago filed suit in federal court today challenging the Obama administration's policy requiring most health insurance plans to cover preventive services for women, including contraception and the morning after pill, without any co-pay. The lawsuit, filed by the Eternal Word Television Network (EWTN), is the latest of three cases arguing against the Obama administration's policy, on the grounds that it violates the Religious Freedom Restoration Act, as well as the Free Exercise Clause of the Constitution.

George's Bottom Line: A Romney Trap -

Also, asked "Waffles or Pancakes?": "I like yogurt in the morning, Greek yogurt, of course, with almonds and honey."

Romney Hones Earmark Attack, Santorum Defends Himself -

How Low Can He Go? Mitt Romney Sets Expectations: 'I'll Lose A Number Of States' -

No Buffett Rule, Says Boehner - The surtax is a polarizing, but popular idea, enjoying 72 percent support from Americans in a new ABC News/ Washington Post poll. Still, four votes in the Senate on various proposals to raise taxes on millionaires failed to gain adequate support late last year. President Obama has said that passing a year-long extension of the payroll tax hike is his highest legislative priority this year. Congress has until Feb. 29 before the current two-month stop gap measure agreed to last December expires.

Matt Negrin Rounds Up The CPAC Parade: A Thousand Ways to Insult Obama -

Rubio's Jedi Mind Trick - Tells GOP Faithful They WILL Support Nominee -

Also-Rans - Bachmann and Perry Get Laughs in Self Deprecation -

Gay Rights at CPAC - A Younger Generation -

Gabrielle Giffords' Former Aide is Running for Her Spot in Congress - From the AP:

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