6) In her interview with ABC News, Rep. Gabrielle Giffords, D-Ariz., said she will not return to Congress until she is "better." 5) This looks like a Hail Mary pass from Jon Huntsman: a super PAC supported by his father is buying up high six-figures worth of TV ad time in the Granite State. 4) Herman Cain fumbled his response to a question on Libya during an interview with the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel editorial board, pausing for a while at the top of the interview and then saying he had "stuff twirling around in my head." 3) Reading Mitt Romney's intentions in Iowa remains a difficult task. Reuters reports that he plans to skip a forum of social conservatives there this weekend but will campaign in the state next week. According to interviews the St. Petersburg Times conducted with six people in the audience at a north Florida Romney fundraiser, Romney predicted a Tea Party favorite would win Iowa and that he would take New Hampshire. 2) Claiming the Census Bureau improperly counted illegal immigrants, Louisiana Attorney General Buddy Caldwell has filed a Supreme Court suit in the hopes of recovering the congressional seat his state lost. 1) The recall effort against Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker is kicking off today. Organizers have to collect over 540,000 signatures within 60 days to trigger an election. Both sides are already bracing themselves for the effort, with opponents of Walker planning a barnstorming event and Walker himself going up on television Monday evening with a preemptive ad defending himself. The state Republican Party has also launched a website to highlight any petition fraud.