Super Tuesday Eve

Bill Ritter's daily take on the news.

March 5, 2012 1:37:18 PM PST
With so many other issues affecting so many scores of millions of Americans and the economy is numbers 1-10 on that list, it's a tad head-scratching to think that on this Monday before Super Tuesday's 10 primaries, contraception is getting more headlines than jobs.

Rush Limbaugh, who many think is the de-facto Republican Party strategist these days, has apologized to the 30-year-old Georgetown Law School student for calling her a "slut" because she testified to Congress that health care reform should cover birth control.

The uproar has been deafening, especially among women.

But it's the topic people are talking about over jobs and the economy and interest rates and (fill-in-the-blank).

And we'll have the latest, tonight at 11.

We're also on the campaign trail on the eve of Super Tuesday as the candidates pour it on in the states where they think and hope they'll do well.

And pardon me for being skeptical, but is it just coincidence that when the Republicans are doing battle and bashing Pres. Obama, Mr. Obama has scheduled a news conference at the White House during the day tomorrow?

I'm just sayin'.

And our Kemberly Richardson tonight has the story that should interest anyone who's having trouble paying their mortgage or other bills. There's a company offering to take care of all your money problems, IF you let them paint your home.

That's right paint your home. But not it's not what you're thinking. Not paint it a different color but paint it and turn it into an ad. As in billboard.

It's not how some may choose to pay off their debts but it is for others. And sometimes the neighbors don't like it big shocker. A fascinating sign of the times story, at 11.

We'll also have any breaking news of the night, plus Meteorologist Lee Goldberg's AccuWeather forecast, and Rob Powers with the night's sports. I hope you can join Sade Baderinwa and me, tonight at 11.


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