This Sunday morning at 10:30 am / 9:30 c, Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker — the died-and -risen new savior of the Republican Party — will be the guest on CBS' Face the Nation, and we'll be covering it in real time as part of our weekly Peanut Gallery liveblog series on the Indecision Election Companion App for iPhone and iPad.
We can't say exactly how things will go down with him and Bob Schieffer, be we have a few strong guesses…
* Scott Walker will be characteristically humble and self-effacing.
* Somebody or other will float the idea that maybe Obama might just lose in November.
* The camera will pan over to a cute little frog which will somehow find its way into the studio.
* Bob Schieffer will look helplessly toward his producers as Walker spends an awkward seven minutes staring directly into the TV camera and mouth the words, "Yes, my twin masters Koch… I shall do your bidding" before screaming violently for an additional three minutes.
* They might get around to talking about this past week's recall election in Wisconsin. If time permits.
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Another election, another day for Mitt Romney to not seal the deal. Or… is it? Tonight's contests in Alabama and Mississippi will give the front-runner a chance to prove he can appeal to authentic, scary-parts-of-the-country-dwelling conservatives — voters whose hearts pump a homogeneous mixture of red American blood and gravy. (Or maybe Gingrich will just split the Santorum vote. Either way…yay Romney!)
Oh yeah. Hawaii and American Samoa are voting too.
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