They weren’t easy to pick, but here are our favorite political moments of 2012.
Being enthused is the new Calvin’s.
I literally have no words.
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An activist lies in front of a police line during a protest on the streets outside the Republican National Convention.
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The GOP presidential candidate is expected to announce he is suspending his campaign.
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Looks like Rick Santorum Googled Santorum.
“Huntsman to formally drop out of race in an 11 am speech Monday in Myrtle Beach, where he will also endorse Romney.” - @jeffzeleny
Fed up with steady visits from GOP presidential hopefuls, a New Hampshire restaurant bans politicians. Colby’s Breakfast & Lunch in Portsmouth put up the sign “No Politicians No Exceptions” after customers complained that the candidates’ visits were disruptive.
Fireworks light up the London skyline and Big Ben just after midnight Jan. 1, 2012, in London. Thousands of people lined the banks of the River Thames in central London to see in the New Year with a spectacular fireworks display.
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Jon Stewart’s take down of Newt Gingrich.