Last night's Super Bowl may still be on the top of everyone's mind this morning (quick fact: approximately 7 million people call out sick on the day after the Super Bowl) - but there's also of news from the campaign trail. Mitt Romney's big win in Nevada - and Newt Gingrich's most recent appearances - have us scratching our heads as to whether we'll have to wait until Super Tuesday to have a de facto nominee. Still, the Gingrich campaign has a scenario that could reverse all of Romney's momentum. We'll study the strategy today.
Plus - the President's decision on Catholic charities is getting increasing scrutiny. Could it isolate voters President Obama can't afford to lose? Plus - our friends at Google will give us details on what you were searching during last night's game.
Steve Kornacki, Salon.com (@stevekornacki)
Patricia Murphy, Daily Beast Contributor/Citizen Jane Politics (@1patriciamurphy)
Frank Bruni, The New York Times (@frankbruni)
Joan Walsh, Salon.com/msnbc Political Analyst (@joanwalsh)