In order to absorb inhuman amounts of knowledge, I open up dozens of news reports and opinion pieces, click the print version, highlight the full text and press my shortcut key to have the computer read the article to me. It usually works great but gets annoying when sources constantly interrupt their articles with headlines linking to other related articles or when they dont remove or separate pictures. Here’s an example from an article titled Why Louisiana could stop Romney’s Southern slide
Mitt Romney is going to the South again, and if past is prologue, it means he’s walking into another loss.
Romney is now 0-for-6 in contested Southern primaries, including a pair of losses two weeks ago in Alabama and Mississippi.
Women dance in baby doll outfits during the Zulu Mardi Gras parade in New Orleans last month. (REUTERS/Lee Celano)
But as is often the case in Louisiana politics, it might be a little more complicated than that.
In fact, there is an argument to be made that Louisiana, whose primary is Saturday, is more fertile ground for Romney than any of the six Southern states where he has lost to this point.
The women dancing in baby doll outfits caused a double take. It was referring to this photo: