* UCB's NSFW video showing the vetting process for Governor Christie.
* Wall Street is still pretty skittish, from The Onion.
* One woman's story about what it was like to meet William Jefferson Clinton.
* Rooftop Comedy's interview with Erin Judge notes the politics of sexuality.
* Many, many examples of Mitt Romney looking longingly at someone.
* Martha Stewart's blog profiles the crafty work of The Colbert Report's Brendan Hurley.
Tags: Bill Clinton, BuzzFeed, Chris Christie, Daily Links, LGBT, Mitt Romney, Music, The Colbert Report, The Onion, vice president, Wall Street
* Bad Lip Reading tries its hand at a fictional Veep.
* Ann comes to Mitt's defense, from The Onion.
* News Feed History of the World summarizes May.
* Here's how to pretend you know something about the Wisconsin recall.
* Jason Alexander apologizes for calling a sport gay.
* The coolest cupcakes for your July 4th party, from Laughing Squid.
Tags: Ann Romney, Barack Obama, Daily Links, HBO, Mitt Romney, Recall, The Onion, vice president, Wisconsin
He hosts a Fox News show, he's a hardcore Baptist from the South, he plays the bass guitar for Capitol Offense, and he'll always be John McCain's "What if?" running mate. He is Mike Huckabee, and if evangelicals have their way, he'll be Mitt Romney's…
Over the past few weeks, Huckabee has emerged as the clear VP favorite among evangelicals and conservative leaders, many of whom are concerned about Romney's ability to mobilize grassroots Republicans.
"Romney’s going to have to have all of the support he can get from his base," American Family Association founder Don Wildmon told Business Insider. "He’s going to need somebody to get evangelicals who didn’t vote four years ago excited and go out to the polls. And Mike Huckabee is the only one who can do it in the way it needs to be done."
In case you wondered what that way is, consider this: President Obama's statement on marriage equality is only the stick that swatted the social conservative's nest. The GOP needs someone to guide those angry "traditional family advocates" (or whatever euphemism for bigoted zealots they're using nowadays) to the voting booth.
Unfortunately for Republicans, Romney's history on gay rights doesn't exactly inspire the "IT'S ADAM AND EVE!" base off their couches. Southern Republicans would be more inclined to mobilize if the GOP ticket had someone on it who was, well, just about the exact opposite of Mitt Romney in nearly every way, starting with not Mormon and moving on to not a carpetbagging Yankee.
Evangelicals are making Huckabee sound like a really good offer…
Tags: Conservatives, Fox News, Mike Huckabee, Mitt Romney, Republicans, vice president