Happy Super Tuesday: Obama Wishes Romney Good Luck (PM Note)

Mar 6, 2012 7:00pm

Tune in to ABC News and OTUSNews.com now. We’re making some projections off the bat as the first polls close.

George Stephanopoulos World News – Mitt Romney is almost certainly the nominee.

Tune into OTUSNEWS.com all night for the latest info, live video coverage, analysis from Amy Walter and Stephanopoulos and a lot more. http://otusnews.com

Obama to Romney – “Good Luck” – Really? – Fact Check – http://abcn.ws/yZ913D

Super Tuesday – 10 States, 437 Delegates.

The facts – http://abcn.ws/xT47sg

The storyline – Empathy or Electability -  from exit polls and ABC’s pollster Gary Langerhttp://abcn.ws/wowmvw

The preview from Matt Negrin – http://abcn.ws/Ap62nH

Can Romney Put it Away? http://abcn.ws/A8fpVg

Romney Sets Expectations - http://abcn.ws/zA5kTg

Can Newt Come Back? – http://abcn.ws/ym7EKI

Gingrich Verite – Candidate Dozes Before AIPAC Appearance, Expects Panel Questions, But Recovers to Deliver Israel Speech – http://abcn.ws/zj0kRP

Santorum Tells AIPAC Obama “turned his back” on the people of Israel – http://abcn.ws/yRr4mY

RIP, Rep. Donald Payne – http://abcn.ws/xgZhrX

Jon Karl Learns How Tracking Campaign Ads is Like Tracking Russian Nuclear Subs – http://yhoo.it/AaebYe

Counter-Programming – Obama’s Press Conference

Accuses GOP of Beating War Drums on Iranhttp://abcn.ws/xah2WN

“I think there’s no doubt that those who are suggesting or proposing or beating the drums of war should explain clearly to the American people what they think the costs and benefits would be.  I’m not one of those people,” he said.

What’s it mean to Have Israel’s Back? Here’s what Obama said to Jake Tapper:

But one of the functions of friends is to make sure that we provide honest and unvarnished advice in terms of what is the best approach to achieve a common goal, particularly one in which we have a stake. This is not just an issue of Israeli interests; this is an issue of U.S. interests. It’s also not just an issue of consequences for Israel if action is taken prematurely. There are consequences for the United States as well. And so I — I do think that any time we consider military action that the American people understand there is going to be a price to say. Sometimes it’s necessary. But we don’t do it casually. You know, when I — when I visit Walter Reed, when I’ve signed letters to families that haven’t — whose loved ones have not come home, I am reminded that there is a cost. Sometimes we bear that cost, but we think it through. We don’t play politics with it. When we have in the past, when we haven’t thought it through and it gets wrapped up in politics, we make mistakes. And typically it’s not the folks who are popping off who pay the price. http://abcn.ws/yz69sJ

He Entered Limbaugh Debate Because of Daughtershttp://abcn.ws/yFk32p

Won’t Condemn Liberal Commentators Who Use “Distasteful” Languagehttp://abcn.ws/AoqeS4

Rush Limbaugh Advertiser Casualty Count – 22 – http://abcn.ws/yelKb9

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