Rand Paul & Rick Santorum
Randal Howard Rand Paul (born January 7, 1963) is the junior United States Senator for Kentucky. Richard John Rick Santorum (born May 10, 1958) is an American author, attorney, and Republican Party politician. /5
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Marco Rubio, Bobby Jindal, Rick Santorum, Ben Carson, Donald Trump, Rand Paul and National Right to Life all agree:
Rand Paul and Rick Santorum both dropped out of the 2016 race today
Martin O'Malley and Mike Huckabee dropped out on yesterday morning. Rand Paul and Rick Santorum dropped out today.
Falling Like Flies Mike Huckabee, Rand Paul, Martin O' Malley, and now Rick Santorum. field is shrinking and fast.
Mike Huckabee, Rick Santorum, Rand Paul, and Martin O'Malley are all out of the race now. Only two Democrats and 13,976 Republicans left!
Following the Iowa caucuses Mike Huckabee, Rand Paul, Rick Santorum, and Martin O'Malley have ended their presidential campaigns.
Candiates that have dropped out this week (so far) . Martin O Malley. Mike Huckabee . Rand Paul . Rick Santorum .
I agree. I like Allen West, Rand Paul, Rick Santorum, Huckabee. But I really don't think they have a snowballs..
Rick Santorum, Bobby Jindal, Rand Paul, Jeb Bush, George Pataki, and Lindsey Graham need to leave the race
could be Rick Perry, Rand Paul, Rick Santorum also. Won't be Trump he'll get exposed eventually
Rand Paul, Ted Cruz, and Rick Santorum have taken money from the same White Supremacist group that inspired Dylan Roof.
Based on their silence, it appears Mike Huckabee, Rand Paul, Marco Rubio, Rick Santorum all agree w/Trump that POWs aren't heroes!
Ted Cruz, Rick Santorum & Rand Paul got campaign donations from White Supremacist leader tied to Dylann Roof
Campaign Donations to Ted Cruz, Rick Santorum and Rand Paul, records show. Linked to White Supremacist
Ted Cruz, Rick Santorum, Rand Paul got donations from leader of White Supremacist group tied to Dylann Storm Roof
Man who runs organization that radicalized Dylann Roof donated to campaigns of Rand Paul, Ted Cruz, Rick Santorum
Rand Paul, Rick Perry, Rick Santorum, Carly Fiorina -- all horrible, horrible people -- want to be president of the United States.
Rick Santorum sweaters to Rand Paul hoodies. Conservatives, we've come so far...
Pennsylvania's former senator, Rick Santorum, now up. A schedule change meant he followed Rand Paul, whose supporters stream out afterward.
P2016: Rick Santorum told NYT that rivals Rand Paul & Ted Cruz are "bomb throwers with no track record of any accomplishments.”"
Mitt Romney, Jeb Bush, Rick Santorum, Ted Cruz, Rand Paul, Scott Walker, Mike Pence. No, I do not watch The Walking Dead. Why do you ask?
VOTING FOR THE RICH AND POWERFUL: Well, it appears that the rich and powerful want the Republican Party candidates to be Jeb Bush, Chris Christie, Rand Paul or Mitt Romney...THAT IS WHO THE MONEY FOLKS want Fox News to promote, and Fox News does what the money folks want. BUT I AM HERE TO TELL YOU THAT THE BEST CANDIDATES ARE YOUR NEIGHBORLY CHRIST VALUED CANDIDATES: And it appears to me that the "neighborly valued candidates" are: Marco Rubio, Mike Huckabee, Sarah Palin, Michelle Bauchmann, Rick Santorum, Rick Perry, Newt Gingrich?, and maybe a few other options. Lee Bob
I am seeing lots of online Straw Polls about the 2016 Presidential nomination on the Republican side. Obviously, I am hoping for a run by Marco Rubio -- but he isn't the only candidate I could get behind. Rubio is my favorite coming out of the Senate, but I also would call Tim Scott, Mike Lee, and Ted Cruz "maybes". Very much against Rand Paul, Lindsey Graham, and another run by Rick Santorum. From the current group of GOP governors, I would love to see Bobby Jindal emerge as a front runner --- but I also like what I hear from Rick Perry, Nikki Haley, Scott Walker, and Susana Martinez. I really don't want to see Chris Christie, Jeb Bush, Mike Huckabee, Sarah Palin, or another run by Mitt Romney. From the House, I could get behind Paul Ryan, or Trey Gowdy. Certainly don't want to see Peter King. Finally, in the Non-politician category, I would definitely support Dr. Ben Carson.
The quarter-finals of the 2016 race for the White House now pit Jeb Bush against Chris Christie, Paul Ryan, Rick Perry and John Kasich for the establishment wing of the party. And it features Ted Cruz, Marco Rubio, Rand Paul, Scott Walker, Rick Santorum, and Ben Caron battling for the Tea Party nod.…
It’s not even 2015 yet and no candidate has declared that he or she is running, but the pollsters are already asking about who you’ll vote for in the November 2016 Presidential election. In this CNN poll, the choices for a Republican are Jeb Bush, Ben Carson, Chris Christie, Ted Cruz, Mike Huckabee, Bobby Jindal, John Kasich, Rand Paul, Mike Pence, Rick Perry, Rob Portman, Marco Rubio, Paul Ryan, Rick Santorum, or Scott Walker. The choices for a Democrat are Joe Biden, Hillary Clinton, Andrew Cuomo, Martin O’Malley, Deval Patrick, Bernie Sanders, Elizabeth Warren or Jim Webb. How many of these candidates could you envision being a successful President?
Oh yeah, Eisenhower was a Republican back when they would've shunned crazy people like Rand Paul and Rick Santorum
Rand Paul talked foreign policy. Rick Santorum decried flagging family values. Michele Bachmann called for war on radical Islam. But it was Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas who captivated the crowd of social conservatives in Washington Friday, again showcasing his appeal with that critical part of the GOP sho…
Rick Santorum: Rand Paul trying to put the genie back ...
Rick Santorum joins the Morning Joe panel to discuss his op-ed in Politico, “Will the real Rand Paul please stand up?” Santorum questions Paul’s foreign policy decisions and how he’s attempting to re-cast himself. The panel then joins to discuss Paul’s p
What do you think of Rand Paul? He intrigues me, the way Rick Santorum does. Both seem able to connect with Black men.
Interesting !! - "Faith and Freedom Coalition Speaking of their extreme base, this weekend it will be on full display right here in DC. And the parade of 2016 GOP presidential candidates are tripping over themselves trying to kiss up to them. That’s right. Ted Cruz, Chris Christie, Bobby Jindal, Rand Paul, Paul Ryan, Marco Rubio, Rick Santorum, and others will be sharing the stage with everyone from Allen West to Steve King to Herman Cain and Phyllis Schlafly. And we know what they’re going to say. They’re going to attack the President with each breath. (Any bets how long before the first impeachment reference is made?) We’ll hear conspiracies about Benghazi and the IRS. They’ll rail on about repealing the Affordable Care Act, the need to restrict women’s health decisions, the dangers of *** marriage and the detrimental effects of single mothers on society. What we won’t hear is a single serious proposal to help grow the middle class. And that’s the Republican Party’s problem. The Americ ...
"Those who backed Mitt Romney and Rick Santorum in 2012 are giving Rand Paul a long, hard look." 🇺🇸
Rand Paul, Bobby Jindal & Rick Santorum in Iowa for the state GOP convention. You could not pay me enough to sit through those speeches.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie will court Christian conservatives later this month at the annual “Road to Majority” conference in Washington, D.C. This year’s conference will feature many other potential 2016 candidates including Sen. Ted Cruz, Sen. Rand Paul, Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal, Rep. Paul Ryan, Texas Gov. Rick Perry, Former Gov. Mike Huckabee and former Sen. Rick Santorum. The three-day conference, sponsored by the “Faith and Freedom” coalition, begins June 19 and is expected to draw up to 2,000 Christian conservatives to the Omni Shoreham Hotel in Washington. Christie remains quiet about his presidential …read more Source: Breitbart
Iowa GOP Announces State Convention Speakers Bobby Jindal, Rand Paul, Rick Santorum to speak on June 14 in Des Moines DES MOINES, Iowa- Today Republican Party of Iowa Chairman Danny Carroll announced that three nationally recognized Republicans have confirmed to speak at the Party's state convention…
Maybe if we did not have republican/Tea Party leaders acting crazy and confused all the time then Bush name would not come up. This is just a reaction by big fund donations because we don't have people with a clear massage. Do you really think any normal voters would want to support Ted Cruz who pulled off a unnecessary all night speech in the Senate and that kind of push the gop to have a government shutdown that was unpopular with most Americans? Nope they would not. Same thing for Rick Perry, Rick Santorum and Rand Paul. They are all good conservatives and good Americans but there is a number of people in the conservative movement on the far right and the center right who don't want to see those guys again, so their only pick is Jeb Bush. THIS IS WHY THEY ARE TALKING ABOUT Jeb Bush FOR PRESIDENT. So in order to offset Jeb Bush for the nomination you are going to need the Marco Rubio's, the Bobby Jindal's and the Scott Walker's s of the conservative world, this is what the conservative supporters really ...
Former GOP presidential candidate Rick Santorum has a penchant for dismissing the libertarian movement, and he made that once again on Monday evening when he dismissed the electoral prospects of Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY), telling CNN that the Republican Party is not a Libertarian Party.
(CNN) – Rick Santorum said Monday he doubts a Libertarian-leaning candidate, like Rand Paul, could be nominated to lead the Republican Party in a presidential election.
SMOKE GETS IN YOUR EYES: The NRA. The KKK. John Birch Society. The Republican Party. George 'babykiller coward' Zimmerman. Jerry 'music man murderer' Dunn. Bill O'Reilly and Sean Hannity and Fox News. Cliven 'racist welfare cowboy' Bundy. Michael Savage. Glenn Beck. Sarah Palin. Paul Ryan. Scott Walker and any other red state governor.Rand Paul,Ted Cruz,Marco Rubio and Rick Santorum. The Koch Brothers. Rush Limbaugh. Dean Heller and any polictician that had the back of the aforementioned racist cowboy. The armed militia. Darryl Issa and Newt Gingrich just to name a few. And you thought i was your enemy. You thought the guy in the club was your enemy. The person down the street that you want to kill because he 'dissed' you. Or what about your women or wife that you are abusing. You hate her guts dont you? You cant stand your kids. Beating 'em all the time. The drug dealer you shot because he was on your turf. You dont even own your *** let alone part of the street corner. Wake up! Clear that smoke out of y ...
March 29, 2014 by Barry Casselman There are a number of serious Republicans interested in running for president, at this early point, in two years. Some of them, such as Senators Ted Cruz, Rand Paul and Marco Rubio don’t seem to have a broad enough base that would enable them to win the nomination, but they have motivated and vocal supporters, and if they run, they will be notable factors in the Republican primaries and caucuses. Others, including Rick Santorum, Mike Huckabee and Rick Perry might be seen as figures of the past, and might not run (although Governor Perry is making serious noises about another run in 2016). 2012 Vice Presidential nominee Paul Ryan, Governors Susana Martinez, Scott Walker, Bobby Jindal, and John Kasich are frequently mentioned, but have yet to indicate their serious interest in 2016. The two figures who would probably be frontrunners, Governor Chris Christie and Former Governor Jeb Bush, have current political problems to overcome (although it is more likely than not that ...
The American Presidential season continues to warm up even though we're more than 2.5 years from Election Day 2016. Given that political horse trading is already upon us, who in your opinion makes a worthy candidate from the two major Parties and for what reason (The Economy, Education, Less-Corrupt Government, the Deficit, War, Healthcare, Women's rights, Drug Prohibition, Secularism/Public Faith, Race Issues, 'Entitlement' spending, International Affairs, Social Welfare generally etc) Democrats: Hillary Clinton, Joe Biden, Andrew Cuomo, Elizabeth Warren and/or others. Republicans: Chris Christie, Jeb Bush, Rand Paul, Ted Cruz, Sarah Palin, Rick Santorum and/or others.
The truth is starting to win and beat back the RINO's in the GOP. After that we'll wipe out the DNC (Democratic National Crime syndicate). Then we can take back America. Here's the results of the latest poll. The poll also found that while 48% identified more with the "traditional Republican Party," 42% said they identified more with the "Tea Party Movement." In addition, "50% of participants identified with being an "economic conservative concerned about jobs, economic growth, and debt," while "35% of participants identified with being a "social conservative concerned about moral values, protecting the family, and pro-life." Here are the complete results of the poll, which was conducted March 18-20th: 1. Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) - 13% Fmr. Gov. Mike Huckabee (R-AR) - 13% 3. Fmr. Gov. Jeb Bush - 11% (R-FL) 4. Gov. Chris Christie (R-NJ) - 9% Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) - 9% 6. Rep. Paul Ryan (R-WI) - 6% Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) - 6% 8. Gov. Scott Walker (R-WI) - 5% 9. Gov. Bobby Jindal (R-LA) - 3% Fmr. Sen. ...
Cokie Roberts: GOP Has Done ‘Much Better Job’ of Not Electing ‘Yahoos’ Cokie is CooCoo: Gohmert, Palin, Bachmann, Steve King, McCain, Bush, Lindsey Graham, Inhofe, Christie, Rubio, Cruz, Rand Paul, Farenthold, Trent Franks, Gingrey, Issa, Mica, Mitch Mcconnell, Jindal, Rohrbacher, Paul Ryan, Eric Cantor, Boehner, Stockman, Wilson, Vitter, Yohoho, Huelskamp, Broun, Barton, Rick Perry, Kasich, Snyder, Rick Scott, Rick Santorum, Gingrich, Huck-a-bee, by Evan McMurry | March 23rd, 2014 During an ABC panel discussion on the 2014 midterms Sunday morning, Cokie Robertsconceded that the GOP has done “a much better job” of not electing “yahoos” in their congressional primaries, bettering their chances in the fall elections. “The likelihood is the Republicans take the Senate,” Roberts said on This Week With George Stephanopoulos. “But there are a lot of things that have to happen, and one of them is Republican primaries have to come out the way Republicans want. Now, some states they can nomin ...
The more libertarian wing of the GOP has played a more significant role in Republican politics in recent years, especially with all the hype surrounding Rand Paul and a possible 2016 run. But former GOP presidential contender Rick Santorum is troubled by how much the Paul faction of the GOP is suppo...
Three GOP Blocks are Emerging : Which one do you support? 1. Sen. Rand Paul, Sen. Ted Cruz, Gov. Rick Perry, Dr. Ben Carson (the Libertarian wing) 2. ex-Gov. Mike Huckabee, ex-Sen. Rick Santorum (the Social Conservative wing) 3. Gov. Chris Christie, Rep. Paul Ryan, ex-Gov. Jeb Bush (the Establishment wing) Don't know where Gov. Scott Walker, Donald Trump, Sen. Marco Rubio fit Select the wing of the GOP you will support, not the individual.
I am looking at a FB poll asking who I think the GOP Presidential nominee will be. The choices were Tim Pawlenty, Newt Gringrich, Paul Ryan, Rand Paul, Marco Rubio, Ted Cruz, Allen West, Rick Perry, Rick Santorum, Ron Paul, Herman Cain and Chris Christie. Are you kidding me? Is that really the best the GOP has to offer? Bring in the clowns. No wonder Mike Pence thinks he has a chance for the GOP nomination. Restricting myself to the choices they offered I would have to pick Christie, but don't mistake that as an endorsement. If the oligarchs who run the GOP had any sense they would turn their propaganda machine towards supporting Colin Powell as their nominee. He is the one GOP candidate who could actually challenge Hillary in the general election. That isn't likely to happen though. I think that might be a good thing.
A number of people have asked my opinion of CPAC, and while I may expand on my thoughts in a later article, I'll give them here in brief. I was not surprised to see Rand Paul win the Straw Poll (again), something the Pauls have always been good at--and although I have my concerns with Rand's uneasy alliance with Mitch "Destroy the Tea Party" McConnell, if I had to pick a top two out of the WashTimes list of potential candidates, it would have been Paul and Cruz, albeit in the reverse order. I was quite amused to see Chris Christie (despite his "front-runner" status and reported standing ovation) garner only 8% of the vote, losing to Dr. Ben Carson and barely squeaking ahead of 2012's second-place finisher, Rick Santorum. As for the conference itself, while there were a lot of good speeches given (with Ted Cruz and Rick Perry being among the best I heard), a careful analysis of what was said from the stage of the Potomac Ballroom reveals a great deal of "red meat" being tossed out by the speakers, with one ...
WATCH LIVE: Mike Huckabee, Rick Santorum, Rand Paul to speak at CPAC today
Predictions: Rand Paul will win today's Straw Poll. Rick Santorum and Chris Christie will be at the bottom.
Following are the complete first day results of the ConservativeHQ.com CPAC poll: Rand Paul (29%) Ted Cruz (17%) Ben Carson (10%) Marco Rubio (10%) Chris Christie (10%) Scott Walker (7%) Paul Ryan (2%) Jeb Bush (2%) Rick Santorum (2%) Mike Pence (1%) Note: Sarah Palin and Bobby Jindal did not receive enough votes to remain on the leader board.
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*Early poll results from tonight's CNY Conservatives Candidate Forum & Straw Poll* In tonight Presidential Preference Straw Poll at the Palace Theater, Rand Paul came in first place, with Ted Cruz coming in a distant second. Rick Santorum received two votes, while Scott Walker and Chris Christie each had one. In the Gubernatorial Preference Poll, NY State Assemblyman Steve McLaughlin came in a strong first place, Donald Trump received four votes, whole Rob Astorino obtained one vote. In the Congressional Poll, John Katko had an early lead, with Ian Hunter and John Lemondes coming in second and third respectively in the field of eight Republican candidates. Ballots are still being counted for the post-event exit poll, so we will update them when we have them.
The one thing Rand Paul, Rick Santorum, and Eric Holder can all agree on:
WHO’S ON YOUR BALLOT? Imagine, for a moment, that you could magically transport any or all of these candidates into one of the positions listed below. Who would you choose? Pretend, for a moment, that we don’t just vote for President but for the entire staff. Here’s a faux ballot. If you don’t see your favorite, just write it in. We have some extremely intelligent and highly skilled options out there. Take your time…Study the job requirements for each position and your nominees’ skills. Let’s see what this make-believe President, VP and his entire cabinet looks like. Fill in the blanks and have fun. 1. Jeb Bush _ 14. Michelle Bachman _ 2. Dr Ben Carson _ 15. Darryl Issa _ 3. Trey Gowdy _ 16. Chris Christie _ 4. Ted Cruz _ 17. Jim Demint _ 5. Nikki Haley _ 18. Bobby Jindal _ 6. Mike Lee _ 19. Sarah Palin _ 7. Rand Paul _ 20. Mike Pence _ 8. Rick Perry _ 21. Marco Rubio _ 9. Paul Ryan _ 22. Rick Santorum _ 10. John Thune _ 23. Scott Walker _ 11. Allen West _ 24. Condoleezza Rice _ 12. Louis Go ...
Rand Paul, Glenn Beck, Mike Huckabee, Scott Walker, Herman Cain, Rick Santorum, Sarah Palin.yeah, I want THOSE people in DC! And throw in Clint Eastwood to straighten the rest of them up! Dave Ramsey in charge of the budget!
This will surprise many: Top 3 in polling done for 2016 GOP nomination... Ted Cruz, Rand Paul, Rick Santorum
Five guys who seem to be quietly preparing presidential runs: (Paul Ryan, Jeb Bush, Chris Christie, Rand Paul, Rick Santorum). I like Rand.
Will Kentucky 2014 be a repeat of PA 2004? Rand Paul is out early in his support for Mitch Mcconnell even though there is a viable Conservative candidate in Matt Bevin. In 2004, Rick Santorum backed moderate Arlen Specter over Conservative Pat Toomey. In 2006, Santorum lost big and we all know what happened to Arlen Specter. Different states in different decade, but still very similar.
Ok, 2016 potential presidential candidates are in the polls and it is a HUGE yawner! On the Dems side is the leader Hillary Clinton of cattle futures fame. Then we have Joe Biden. To be honest, I have nothing to say about his worthless as *** on a boar hog butt... That leaves Elizabeth Warren, Martin O'Malley and Deval Patrick. I am asleep at the wheel and headed for a crash... But I won't leave the rotten *** slate on the Republican's side out. Chris Christie holds a narrow lead, with Jeb Bush, Tom Cruz and Paul Ryan sniffing up his butt with a microscope. Problem is, they all SUCK! That leaves Rand Paul, Marco Rubio, Scott Walker, Rick Perry and Rick Santorum holding up the rear of the GOP flanks, the most appropriate place for them. *** should ALWAYS take up the rear... Looks like one more lame *** election of complete morons... When will we have reps running who aren't clueless by nature? I am starting a voters for Goofy or Dopey as president campaign. Are you in?
Here's a question I have for these "Ken Cuccinelli libertarians," (you know "Ron/Rand Paul supporters for Cuccinelli"), what is the difference between Ken Cuccinelli and Rick Santorum? Because I got nothing. Santorum of course, was Ron Paul's fiercest rival in the 2012 primaries. So why would Ron Paul supporters just surrender to a Santorum clone just because of the so-called "spoiler argument."
You know the GOP is on its last wobbly legs when they pick this gang as American "heroes," dropping quotes from their show into speeches by Rand Paul, Rick Santorum, etc. Repugnicans goe for the lowest possible denominator, as long as it's dumb and white.
Dear Ted Cruz, Rand Paul, Ron Paul, Mike Lee, Darrell Issa, Trey Gowdy, Rick Santorum, Michele Bachmann, Sarah Palin, and any other morally upright and Christian politicians out there - WE REALLY NEED YOU TO KEEP UP THE PRESSURE to get rid of the immoral policies at the national level - things like ENDA, Planned Parenthood, just two things that have to go. There's more bad things that have been legislated, but you are the type of politicians that are not afraid to speak out against wrongdoing at the national level and I really appreciate all of you VERY MUCH.
You know what would seal the Republican Party's fate? A Clinton-Christie Unity ticket against a fringe right ticket ie Ted Cruz, Rand Paul, Rick Santorum, Marco Rubio.
Gov. Perry visits Iowa recently--plus fellow Texan Sen. Ted Cruz, Sen. Rand Paul of Kentucky, Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker, Former Pennsylvania Sen. Rick Santorum and Bobby Jindal too... Good luck with that cast. No idea what the Republicans are thinking. Those guys are hilarious in all the wrong ways.
Rick Santorum over Rand Paul, attendees??? What in the actual heck is wrong with you people??
I think I have a pretty good handle on the typical Iowa Caucus voter, although I wouldn't presume to always be right about that. But if I'm right this time, I'm thinking should either Rand Paul or Mike Huckabee show up here in 2016 to run for president they're going to face the same treatment for their Ditch McConnell endorsements that Rick Santorum got for months for endorsing Arlen Specter.
It looks like we may have a very entertaining Republican Primary Party of Stupid's upcoming Primaries. Please note, his numbers are from the "extremely conservative" Republicans. Cruz emerges as GOP leader PPP's newest national poll finds Ted Cruz is now the top choice of Republican primary voters to be their candidate for President in 2016. He leads the way with 20% to 17% for Rand Paul, 14% for Chris Christie, 11% for Jeb Bush, 10% each for Marco Rubio and Paul Ryan, 4% for Bobby Jindal, and 3% each for Rick Santorum and Scott Walker. Cruz has gained 8 points since our last national 2016 poll in July while everyone else has more or less stayed in place. He's made himself the face of a government shutdown over Obamacare, and the Republican base supports that by a 64/20 margin. It's not surprising that Republicans identifying as 'very conservative' support a shutdown 75/10, but even the moderate wing of the party supports it by a 46/36 margin. Cruz is leading the GOP field based especially on his appeal t ...
Rick Santorum for president Ben Carson for vise Glenn Beck, Pat, Stew, Rose, Sarah Palin, Ted Cruz, Rand Paul, etc. for some kind of cabinet position. And Jim Quinn as Secretary of State! Who's with me? Sarah Palin would make a good Secretary of State too... "LET ALLAH SORT EM' OUT!"
VERY IMPORTANT INFORMATION: Texas GOP Announces 2016 Presidential Straw Poll to be held at the 2014 Republican State Convention Senators Ted Cruz and Rand Paul confirmed as keynote speakers; Governor Rick Perry invited to participate as 3rd keynote The State Republican Executive Committee, at its last quarterly meeting, approved Chairman Munisteri’s proposal to hold a 2016 Presidential Preference Straw Poll concurrently with the 2014 Republican State Convention. All delegates, alternates and guests who pay the $50.00 facility fee will have an opportunity to cast one ballot for their presidential preference for the 2016 Republican nomination. Last year the 2012 Texas GOP state convention was the largest state convention and had the highest number of delegates and alternates of any Republican convention in the country. Approximately 11,000 people attended at least a portion of the 2012 Texas GOP convention. There will be 18,000 alternate and delegate spots available for this convention and, with the straw ...
Results from yesterday’s poll “if the 2016 elections were next week”. Clear winners for Republicans were Rand Paul, Sarah Palin, Allen West and Ted Cruz. It is hard to say which was more dominate since there were all variations of these four but Rand Paul and Sarah Palin were very popular with a lot of people. There were also a lot of request to put Ben Carson on the list seems he is very well thought of by everyone. Another thing that surprised me was Sarah Palins popularity, seems she is making a comeback. There was a lot of Palin-Carson and Carson-Palin request. The bottom line looks like any of these 4 (plus Ben Carson) would be acceptable and in pretty much any order. Jeb Bush, Paul Ryan, Rick Santorum and Marco Rubio were highly frowned upon with very little commit on Scott Walker. Democratic ticket was a mix and impossible to tell who was preferred. Some of the request were; Cuomo-Warren, O’Malley-Warren, O’Malley-Patrick, Patrick-Gillibrand. The only clear observation was Hillary Clinton ...
Am I the only one who thinks the RNC pulling the plug on having CNN debates next election is a bad idea? I think it's a great idea! I think so because it serves them right for the stupid debate criteria they had last time. Admitting the lower polling Rick Santorum (and occasionally the lower polling Jon Huntsman too) but not allowing Gary Johnson in when he was qualified. So screw CNN. With regards to the actual reason of the RNC walked away from the agreement. I kinda don't blame them. You make a kiss *** biographical documentary of Hillary Clinton when she is considered a potential presidential candidate yet you don't show any others of the other potential candidates like Chris Christie, Rand Paul... or Gary Johnson. (Man, would that last one be something)
Public Policy Polling's newest look ahead to the 2016 Presidential race in New Hampshire finds no clear Republican leader. Rand Paul's at 20% to 19% for Chris Christie, 14% for Jeb Bush, 12% for Kelly Ayotte, 10% for Ted Cruz, 7% for Marco Rubio and Paul Ryan, 3% for Bobby Jindal, and 2% for Rick Santorum. Just LOOK at this line up and ponder Abe Lincoln, Teddy Roosevelt, Franklin D. Roosevelt, Andrew Jackson. Even Harding, Coolidge and Hoover start to sparkle. HOW can this be our country's finest? (and I don't even know who Kelly Ayotte is).
Scott Walker, Rick Santorum, Todd Akin, Rand Paul, Governors of MI, TN, TX, FL, etc. GOP has a taste for *** wants you onboard
. Nah, I look at Rand Paul and think Rick Santorum, he is way too radical, i think...
I have voted for Rick in every election but only because there was no other viable choice. A situation that makes the Democratic process pretty much a farce. Rick Perry has shown himself to be a conservative in name only, from his supporting mandatory injections for our Texas daughters to his abject failure to do even one thing to secure our southern border. Gonzo Jul. 8, 2013 at 3:12pm Sorry Rick, but you didn’t just miss by a little bit last time, it was an EPIC FAIL! Southernsoul Jul. 8, 2013 at 3:05pm The best part of Perry not running for re-election will be watching the dem’s salivate all over whatever bafoon they run and watching them loose. Texas has had a taste of the good life, they surely won’t be changing horses at this point. VanceUppercut Jul. 8, 2013 at 3:17pm Texas–33rd in per capita income, and last in healthcare. The good life indeed. bbmills Jul. 8, 2013 at 2:48pm Rand Paul is the way to go in 2016. The low-information social conservatism of Perry, Santorum, etc has no chan ...
Rand Paul: If you want to be president of this country, you cannot compare homosexuality to beastiality. See Rick Santorum. Is he president right now? No. Your 'sarcasm' will cost you votes. You can be Mr. 'Libertarian' or Mr. Hypocrite
So now can I marry my cat??? Rick Santorum has been promising me for years that marriage equality will lead to women marrying their pets, and that Rand Paul *** just repeated that last week. Do I have to move to California to marry Mr. Fifi Squishy Pants?
Rick Santorum and now Rand Paul seem to spend a lot of time thinking about beastiality. Reminds me of the ventriloquist having fun on a farm by making all the farm animals talk. The farmer nervously says "Don't listen to that pig on the end there, she lies."
The dream team featuring libertarians and conservatives of different stripes: Rand Paul as President, Eric Cantor as Vice President, Ted Cruz as Secretary of State, Alan West as Secretary of Defense, Rick Santorum as Secretary of Homeland Security, Paul Ryan as Secretary of the Treasury, Virgil Goode as Secretary of Veterans Affairs, John Yoo as Attorney General, Mitt Romney as Secretary of Commerce, Nachum Shifren as Secretary of Education (before this department is abolished), Gary Johnson as Director of National Drug Control Policy, Bob Bar as Director of National Intelligence, Elizabeth Cheney as Director of the CIA, Chuck Baldwin as White House Chief of Staff, Ben Swann as White House Press Secretary, John R. Bolton as Ambassador to the UN, Frank Gaffney as National Security Advisor, Joe Walsh as Chairperson of Economic Advisors, Jon Huntsman, Jr. as Trade Representative, Ron Paul as Chairman of the Federal Reserve (before the Fed is abolished), Justin Amash as Speaker of the House, and Darrel Castle ...
"The question remains whether the GOP will become the party of: Sen. Rand Paul, Ky., or Sen. Kelly Ayotte, N.H., on national security; The Gang of Eight or the Gang of Three (Sens. Mike Lee, Ted Cruz and Jeff Sessions) on immigration; Sen. Rob Portman, Ohio, or Rick Santorum on *** marriage; Broad-based appeal (e.g. Govs. Chris Christie, Gov. Scott Walker) or losing ideologues (Sharron Angle, Christine O'Donnell, Michele Bachmann)."
The great libertarian dream of entering the GOP in a Trojan horse Rand Paul built by hand is over. Rick Santorum and Mike Huckabee are on to us and they
Not really a debate, but just curious. Who do you want running for president in 2016? My list is quite long but includes Rick Perry, Sarah Palin, Rick Santorum, Rand Paul, Marco Rubio, and lets not forget Paul Ryan. sam
Alright my picks for 2016 presidential election are: Sarah Palin, Rick Perry, Rick Santorum, Rand Paul, Marco Rubio, or Paul Ryan. These are all pro-life advocates, who do you hope runs? sam
If you are in the US, who do you want to run for president in 2016? I would like to see either Rick Santorum,Rick Perry, Marcio Rubio, Rand Paul, or Paul Ryan. All great pro-life advocates. sam
From my friend, John Taylor: Tonight on the evening news, six Republican candidates for President were identified: Rick Perry, Rick Santorum, Jeb Bush, Rand Paul, Paul Ryan, and Marco Rubio. What a bunch! I would make the effort to go to the polls for only one of these folks. But, of course, we will hear the usual drivel about how this is the most important election in history, how Hillary Clinton will mean the end of the country, yada, yada, yada. That will be exactly the same thinking, coming from exactly the same losers, that got us where we are today. Could we please have better candidates, or if not better candidates, a better political party than the GOP?
"Now, potential Republican presidential candidates are making their way to Iowa again. So far Marco Rubio, Rand Paul and Scott Walker have made the trip, with Rick Santorum planning to go soon. And despite the belief in some quarters that immigration will be a less potent issue among Republican voters this time around, so far it appears to be having a serious effect on Rubio, the potential candidate most identified with the issue. Over the weekend I emailed a number of Iowa conservatives to ask them a few general questions about the GOP field. I didn't mention immigration or any other issue; I just wanted their thoughts. What I got back, as far as Rubio was concerned, was all about immigration, and nearly all negative."
TeaParty, still think they deserve 501C4 tax exemptions? Teaparty groups: Karl Rove, Glen Beck, Michelle Bachmann, Rick Santorum.
Rand Paul & Rick certain we will find Saddam Hussein's missing WMD in
LIKE & JOIN the Faith and Freedom Coalition from June 13-15 in Washington, DC for their annual conference. Speakers include: Sen. Marco Rubio, Sen. Rand Paul, Sen. Rick Santorum and Herman Cain. A limited number of free scholarship tickets are available, so RSVP TODAY!
think of the debates between Ted Cruz, Rand Paul and Rick Santorum. Goldwater wold seem like a moderate
So the GOP primary will have Ted Cruz, Rand Paul and Rick Santorum? Christie is going to take some real damage
So it will be Ted Cruz, Rand Paul, Rick Santorum, et al, ad nauseam for 2016. Get your popcorn, start the debates . . & send in the clowns.
One thing Rick Santorum has that Rand Paul does not have is that he actually believes the things he says.
Love Rick Santorum and I supported him in 2012, but he is dead wrong on this one. Rand Paul is great!
Rick Santorum says Rand Paul won’t ultimately lead us to be a more successful party. via
Would Rand Paul or Rick Santorum's GOP be more successful? EASY Rand Paul's!!!
Unless of course u would consider people like Ted Cruz, Rand Paul, Rick Santorum and Pat Robinson (to name just a few) RINOs.
Chris Christie, Rick Santorum, Ted Cruz, Marco Rubio and Rand Paul are the top 5 picks for President according to attendees.
With the lights out, you can't tell the difference. No, you pervy sicko. I'm talking about Rand Paul & Rick Santorum.
i think Rand Paul is the Rick Santorum of this decade. Somebody gon come out the woodwork and punch him like Bob Casey did
The results of the 2013 CPAC Presidential Straw Poll just announced. Rand Paul, Marco Rubio, Rick Santorum.
Rick Santorum on Rand Paul's Rise: “We’re not the Libertarian Party, we’re the Republican Party." ..and hows that working out for yah Rick?
CPAC Straw Poll has Rand Paul, Marco Rubio and Rick Santorum at head of the pack for 2013. Interesting mix of talent and philosophy.
PBS newshour just lumped Rand Paul & Rick Santorum into the same group.
The needs to get some common sense. Rand Paul won the straw pole for a reason...Sarah Palin, Rick Santorum, and Mitt Romney didn't.
Rand Paul is an *** Marco Rubio can't even pause for water normally and even Pennsylvania was embarrassed Rick Santorum was elected..
Rick Santorum dislikes foreign policy. It makes me like Rand Paul even more.
Hillary would like to thank the Republican Party for her victory in 2016. So far we know the following are running and will beat themselves silly. Rand Paul, Rick Santorum, Jeb Bush, and probably Newt.
Why are we all of a sudden seeing of Republican retreads all over the place? Jeb Bush making the rounds of all the talk shows? Sarah (who in the *** was she?) being invited to speak at CPAC along with Rick Santorum, Paul Ryan, Mitt Romney--but not Chris Christie. Christie made the singular mistake of accepting help from Obama & being cordial to the President following Hurricane Sandy--so he is now unacceptable in his own party? How many retreads will we be subjected to in '14 & '16. Rand Paul instead of Ron Paul. Oh, my aching head. Any body have some Pepto Dismal?
Hippie “Rand Paul says Rick Santorum is "dangerous" for his hawkish foreign policy views
"Virginia is one of only eight states in the nation that allow family providers to care for up to six unrelated children, as well as any number of their own children, without a license. Providers are not required to pass background checks or get training on health, safety, safe sleeping practices or child development. No one inspects their sites for safety or quality." Don't want to put too many onerous restrictions on "small businesspeople." So you get an occasional dead baby. This is the libertarian world envisioned by Rand Paul and his even loonier dad.
Lol, Rand Paul calls Rick Santorum dangerous; Rand must not think we realize he's an extremist on social, eco issues, etc.
From NewsCorpse,in re Rand Paul's ridiculous display: What is not particularly surprising is the affection sent his way for this carnival side show. The GOP is famous for showering plaudits on their most inane spokespersons. They create heroes out of nitwits with nothing to offer but bluster and venom. During the Republican primaries last year there were fleeting leads for questionable characters like Michele Bachmann, Herman Cain, Rick Perry, Donald Trump, Rick Santorum, and Newt Gingrich. They all had temporary moments in the sun when they were regarded as the second coming of conservatism. And they all receded back into relative obscurity after the sunlight exposed their all too apparent shortcomings. They really love their mean paranoiacs to pieces.
Only 18 months away from Rick Santorum attacking Rand Paul for his libertarian stand on social issues...
Rand Paul, Jim Demint, Marco Rubio, Mike Lee and Scott Walker are my top candidates for 2016. I would also throw my support behind, Rick Santorum, Michelle Bachmann, Sarah Palin, Bobby Jindal, Benjamin Carson, and Rick Perry
I know that I brag about Rand Paul a lot but I need to be fair to the rest of the GOP. If Marco Rubio wants to run, I would support or any other GOP candidate. Out of all the Republicans who might run in 2016, who would you be MOST likely to support? Comment below
Is Rand Paul really this friggin' stupid? Yes! He is! Thank goodness, John Mccain stepped up to imply that Rand Paul is indeed stupid! Geez! would you conservatives please find an intellect? Somewhere? Anywhere? Find something that isn't denigrating to any/every/one and supportive of something/anything!
The early call for the Republican Presidential field in 2016- Rand Paul, Jeb Bush, Rick Santorum, Chris Christie, Rick Perry and any other combination of 20 far right wingers. None will believe in evolution, none will believe in gun safety legislation or background checks, none will support a Woman's right to choose, a pathway to citizenship, the Dream Act, a minimum wage increase, Universal healthcare, protecting Social Security, Medicare or Medicaid. With these things in mind, why would we ever consider their old, worn out solutions?
I just got a call from Rand Paul taking the lead on trying to end abortion. I'm impressed. Not since Rick Santorum have I heard of a Senator sticking his neck out so far on this issue.
Let's be honest. Rand Paul is right. The government can't use drones to kill Americans in America.
I wish more Republicans were like Rand Paul and less like Rick Santorum.
Anyone else seeing what your conservative and establishment and even some neoconservative friends of yours are saying after hearing a real defense of liberty from Senator Paul? Still believe there's no hope to see liberty advanced? Liberty Republicans are the future of the GOP. While Rand Paul said that today would be one small blip on Brennan's path to being the CIA Director, you can be assured that this great day was just one small blip in what is to be the liberty movement restoring America. Rand Paul wasn't just a refreshment to those of us who have been working for years, he brought us reinforcements by winning over many, many more to the cause of liberty. Just go look at what your conservative, establishment, and neoconservative friends are saying. Welcome them with open arms and help them get on the liberty bandwagon. Here are a couple comments from a local conservative: "Both factions of the party are united now The Republican Party and the American people fully the Republican Party tonight is not ...
Rand Paul and Boehner are the two biggest problems in America. But no matter how evil these men are be thankful Rick Santorum isn't.
It's an historic day. For once, I agree, completely and totally, with Rand Paul. Thanks, Jana Miller! for the quote... “I will speak until I can no longer speak. I will speak as long as it takes, until the alarm is sounded from coast to coast that our Constitution is important, that your rights to trial by jury are precious, that no American should be killed by a drone on American soil without first being charged with a crime, without first being found to be guilty by a court.” That is all.
Rick Santorum. , Bob McDonald, Newt, Boehner, McConnell, Rand Paul...do I really need to keep going?
Props to Rand Paul for owning the president right now on C-SPAN2
Rand Paul, thank you for heroic filibuster against a nominee and administration who would be willing to kill U.S. Citizens through drone strikes without trial on U.S. soil. This isn't about partisan politics, this is about defending the Constitution. If the administration unequivocally states that they don't have the authority to kill an American citizen non-combatant on American soil (which should not be controversial whatsoever), then this filibuster would not have to be happening.
The Republican Party, after another drubbing in November, say they are trying to change and admit they are out of touch. They are calling for new blood that will appeal to Americans other than Southern Whites. Lets take a look at the featured speaker list at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC). Village *** Sarah Palin and Rand Paul, 1 term Florida Congressman nut job Allen West, Wing Nut Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker, Texas latest Tea Bagger Bafoon Congressman Ted Cruz, NRA Barbarians CEO Wayne Lapierre and President David Keene, Texas Governor and failed Presidential candidate Rick Perry, House Majority Leader and the man holding the knife to John Boehners back Eric Cantor, Newt Gingrich, no description necessary, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, Rick Santorum, no description necessary, losing VP Paul Ryan, losing Presidential candidate Mitt Romney, and last but certainly not least, the true village *** The Donald, Donald Trump. Does this look like change to you. Do these p ...
I should have known better than to expect something of substance from RAND PAUL. His latest ploy for ratings and exposure came when he declared an earth shattering announcement was coming today on the Glenn Beck show... so after a few hours of anticipation... I hear this LOAD OF YESTERDAYS NEWS! Eric Holder states that drones can (and will) be used on American soil! Shesh... are you kidding me RAND!?! You just figured that out. Apparently the apple didn't fall far from the crazy tree in the Paul family. Now since that earth shattering announcement has caught you all by "surprise"... maybe Rand Paul can go back where he came from. Are you surprised that Rand Paul voted for Chuck Abdullah Hagel? I'm not... you see Ol' Chuck is a Jew hating Anti-semite who loves the Iran regime and the Islamic world. In fact, Hagel has had many questionable relationships over the years with Hezbollah, Hamas and the Iranian Dictator... Rand Paul comes from a family of Jew haters as well, so this was a good fit for him. One of ...
Looks like Rand Paul wasn't too far off. In a letter from Eric Holder to Sen. Paul this afternoon, the Attorney General said that the president could use lethal force against American citizens on U.S. soil in an extraordinary circumstance, one that resemble something like the catastrophic domestic a...
Allen West, Rick Santorum, Sarah Palin, Rand Paul, Wayne Lapierre, Newt Gingrich, Ted Cruz, and Ken Cuccinelli will speak at CPAC. The most popular Rebubilican in the world, Chris Christie is not invited. American Conservatism is not a circus, it's a Star Trek convention that has been taken over by the Klingons. Enjoy losing elections, GOP.
I'm mad as *** today!!! John Boehner, Eric Canter, Mitch Mcconnell, Lyndsey Graham, Paul Ryan, Rand Paul, Rick Santorum, Michelle Bachmann, Rush Limbaugh, Alex Jones, Ted Nugent, Ann Coulter, Donald Trump! GR! I could go on & on & on! These people are ALL guilty of treason! They are criminals! I am a Liberal. I should be peaceful. I am so angry I want to, I want to, I don't know what I want to do but it's not good!!! These people make me physically ill!
If there's one person stupider than Rick Santorum, it's Rand Paul. What a tool this guy is.
LET’’S MAKE A TRIP TO CPAC I can recall my parents taking me to the traveling circus each year. Back the some of the sideshows were call “freak” shows. It’s been many years, so I have a yearning t go back. CPAC qualifies. Among the exciting, forward looking speakers are : Scott Walker; Jeb Bush; Sarah Palin; Marco; Rick Santorum, Rand Paul, and Rush. So far no invitation has gone to Chris Christie. Oh I forgot - Mitt Who will be on hand. These yearly “affairs” are packed with the stars of the GOP. Yep - that’s the list. I would actually recommend that any Progressive who goes in - to get really drunk first. That way you won’t really hear the garbage bring spewed from those mouths.
As much as I would like to see Paul Ryan or Rick Santorum get nominated and elected in 2016, right now with this liberal country, I think we would have to nominate Rand Paul, Jeb Bush, or Marco Rubio (none of whom I'm very opposed to) to win back the White House. Maybe that'll change, though.
If you thought the 2012 Republican primary was a trip into bizarro world, wait until 2016. Imagine a race between Marco Rubio, Rand Paul, Paul Ryan, Scott Walker, Jan Brewer, Nikki Haley and Ted Cruz. Paul Ryan would be the "moderate" in that field. Or maybe Rick Santorum or Mike Huckabee could enter the race and claim the "moderate" mantle. The GOP is going off the rails on a Crazy Train. (Keith)
I will always support Sarah Palin in everyting she does! if she will run for senate instead of President, because of Family reasons than i will still have the same respect for her as i have now! is still have 8 second choices for President in 2016, those Are : Rick Santorum, Newt Gingrich, Rick Perry, Rand Paul, Ted Cruz, Allen West, Scott Walker, and Michelle Bachmann, and Chris Christie, Jeb Bush, John Huntsman, Paul Ryand and Marco Rubio are my last choices..
i was surprised to hear this morning Amy Kremer the head of the US Tea Party and founder explain to the viewing audience that the Tea Party movement was successful up until the time the movement was usurped by Republicans. She went on to bash Bush spending. Early on, before people like Rand Paul corrupted the movement the Tea Party folks simply represented government watch dogging. The moment the Republicans like Rand Paul, Rick Santorum, Sarah Palin, Michele Bachman entered the scene it turned into little more than a hate group.
So let me get this straight...CPAC is having their annual conference, and the "new" GOP has invited the following list of speakers: Sarah Palin, Sen. Rand Paul, Alan West, Rick Santorum, Newt, Wayne Lapierre, and oh yes, Willard Romney just to name a few. I do believe one definition of insanity is repeatedly doing something the same exact way and expecting a different result.
Just when,I thought,the 2016 Primaries were going to be,utterly,boring with Marco Rubio,the Republicans get,Re-Branded!!! So here comes,Sarah Palin,Herman Cain,Rand Paul,Rick Santorum,Allen West,Newt Gingrich and let's not forget,Mitt Romney!!! Re-Branded? Need,I say,more?
Holding my breath in anticipation. A March event in Grand Entertainment! "As we extend our second round of invitations to these conservative leaders, it is easy to see why CPAC 2013 is shaping up to be one the best conferences yet,” said ACU Chairman Al Cardenas. Speakers to include: Michele Bachmann (R-MN-6), Newt Gingrich (R-GA-6), Allen West (R-FL-22), Rick Santorum (R-PA), Rand Paul (R-KY), Paul Ryan (R-WI-1), Sarah Palin (R-Alaska), Scott Walker (R-Wisconsin), Wayne Lapierre (NRA), Eric Cantor (R-VA-7), Larry O’Connor (Breitbart.tv)
Here is your chance of a life time. CPAC 2013, Conservative Political Action Conference, March 14-16 in Washington DC. Featuring, and your chance to hear: Sarah Palin, Eric Cantor, Newt Gingrich, Wayne Lapierre (NRA), Mitch Mcconnell, Rand Paul, Rick Santorum, Scott Walker and Allen West. CAN YOU IMAGINE???
2013's CPAC has announced a speaker line-up that includes Sara Palin, Rand Paul, Rick (Google his last name) Santorum and the NRA's Wayne Lapierre... in other words, there'll be more *** there than in a Summer's Eve factory on a busy week...
List of guest speakers at the upcoming CPAC conference, the fresh new conservative faces include: Newt Gingrich, Sarah Palin, Allen West, Rand Paul, Rick Santorum, Wayne Lapierre, and wait for it...Mitt Romney. Anyone supporting the Republican Party is either stupid or insane. No third option...
When it comes to the Tea Party we need Libertarians like Rand Paul, Thomas Massie, and Justin Amash; not neocons like Marco Rubio, Sarah Palin, and Rick Santorum.
Senator Cruz was endorsed in his Senate race by Ron Paul, Rand Paul, Jim Demint, Sarah Palin, Mark Levin and Rick Santorum and many more idiotic conservatives.
Public Policy Polling has some shocking results in the 2016 Presidential race. If Hillary Clinton is the nominee, she could be the first Democrat to carry Texas in 40 years! The last President to carry the Lone Star State was President Jimmy Carter in 1976. The poll shows that 50% of Texans have a favorable opinion of the former Secretary of State. When she is paired with possible Republican presidential candidates, Clinton leads Rubio 1%, Christie by 2% and Rick Perry by 8% in his home state! In the Republican primary, the news is not good for Governor Perry nor for last year's Vice Presidential candidate Paul Ryan. The poll has Rubio at 21%, Huckabee at 14%, Rand Paul at 13%, Jeb Bush at 11%, Paul Ryan at 11%, Chris Christie at 9%, Bobby Jindal at 4% and Perry at 4%! Isn't it interesting that Huckabee has risen in the polls again and they don't even ask about Santorum!
When hearing about what the likes of Rand Paul and Rick Santorum are doing you soon realize that "party of stupid" just doesn't adequately describe the pathology.
Pro-life rally draws 650,000 to DC. Now 55 million dead since Roe. The largest pro-life rally in recent history shook DC Friday, when approximately 650,000 pro-life Americans marched to protest abortion. The 2013 March for Life was headlined by U.S. Senators, Congressmen, Pro-life leaders, and Presidential candidates (past and future) including Rand Paul and Rick Santorum. Sadly, the major news media ignored the rally, which went widely unreported, proving their bias.
Respect to all you who disagree, but I guess my main problem with Rick Santorum being a possible nominee in 2016 is that he supports unConstitutional principles, such as the Patriot Act and the Federal War on Drugs, and he would overstep his limits as president. In addition to that, his foreign policy makes me uncomfortable. Not trying to diss you all who may like Santorum, just saying. Rand Paul or Gary Johnson will get my vote in 2016, although I'm leaning towards Rand Paul more so than Johnson. Johnson may be a nice guy and all, but some of his policies are a little too libertarian for my liking.
I wonder why Caucasians do almost all the mass killings in the U.S.? I wonder why so many gun owners believe that they need a gun to defend themselves from the government that they elected? I wonder why so many supposedly intelligent humans are so easily persuaded to suspend rational thought? "Glen Beck, Rick Santorum, Rand Paul, Pat Robertson and their supporters." It's a rare rainy day in Arizona - I have a chance to wonder a lot.
And now the award for the best new arrangement of the same old song goes to .(drum roll) The Republican Party "Raleigh, N.C. – PPP's newest national poll finds Marco Rubio as the early choice of Republicans for 2016. 18% would like him to be their nominee to 14% for Chris Christie, 12% for Jeb Bush and Paul Ryan, 11% for Mike Huckabee, 8% for Condoleezza Rice, 7% each for Sarah Palin and Rand Paul, and 4% for Rick Santorum" I worry about the 7% who still want Sarah Palin.
Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) tells ABC's Jonathan Karl he isn't going to deny interest in making a run for the presidency in 2016. "I think we have to go a differen...
After the Republican defeat for the presidency Tuesday, I've been thinking the best strategy for Republicans for 2016, to retake the whitehouse. Ok, I am pro-life and think that the pro life position should remain. It is fine to also keep support for traditional marriage in the platform; but The Republicans do need to tone down the marriage issue, and take the position that it is a state, not federal issue; and they should hold firm on religious liberties involving govt intrusion in to. But what the G O P cannot afford if they want to win is a Rick Santorum or establishment Jeb Bush type. No, I'm not advocating to show the social conservatives the door, but what I am advocating is for the social conservatives to be reasonable, and not push their agenda at the federal level. State's rights and federalism has to be consistant. Rand Paul must be the nominee if the G O P wants to win. Like Reagan, Rand can be a uniter of both the libertarians and religious righters, and even pick up independent voters in swi ...
Republicans looking for someone to run in 2016! Chris Christy? *** No Sarah Palin? Double *** No Jeb Bush? *** No Marco Rubio? *** No Rick Santorum? *** No Paul Ryan? *** No Mitt Romney? *** No Mike Huckabee? *** No Rand Paul Maybee? Bobby Jindal? Maybe none of the above should they want to win. They need someone with a backbone who will fight and is not afraid to be politically incorrect.
Here's the great news about Tuesday's elections which neither the mainstream or traditional conservative media will tell you: It was a great night for Republican Liberty Caucus candidates. Ted Cruz and Jeff Flake are now Senators, while Todd Akin and Richard Mourdock lost. Republicans should thank the RLC for saving the Senate as opposed to the continued mistreatment of libertarians in the party. Also Steve Stockman, Kerry Bentivolio, Thomas Massie and Ted Yoho are new House members. The GOP might wanna start thinking more like Rand Paul, Jim Demint and Mike Lee and start forgetting about Rick Santorum, Mike Huckabee, and Lindsey Graham.
Does anyone seriously believe that the GOP will put forth a Marco Rubio, Rand Paul, Nikki Haley or Bobby Jindal in 2016? Really? Any two of these four in any order on the 2016 ticket wins. The GOP will however put forth yet another old white RINO or a used up retread. They are going to put Newt Gingrich or Rick Santorum against Julian Castro and lose. I liked Santorum in the primaries, but his time has come and passed. The GOP has an absolute contempt for Conservatives and refuses to learn from it's mistakes. It's an old boys club that doesn't want to be excluded from the DC Beltway Cocktail Parties. That's why more than 2 Million Conservatives stayed home on Tuesday? This is why I see the GOP as unrepairable. If we get the Tea Party up and running as a political party of it's own and in the 2014 midterms, it can replace the GOP by 2016 much in the same way that the GOP replaced an unrepairable Whig Party. We do not have to back a dog and lose again in 2016. The definition of insanity is to do the sam ...
For my conservative friends who won't be voting for Romney because he is a RINO, ask yourself the following questions: 1. Whose Vice President would you rather have one heartbeat away from the presidency - Obama's (i.e. Biden) or Romney's (i.e. Ryan)? 2. Which set of endorsements would you rather see a candidate have - Obama's (e.g. John Kerry and Hugo Chavez) or Romney's (e.g. Rick Santorum and Rand Paul)? 2. With which candidate do you believe we'll have a better chance of repealing Obamacare - Obama or Romney? 3. We'll have a sizable contingent of Tea Party conservatives in the Congress (e.g. Jim Demint, Ted Cruz); with which president is it more likely that these conservatives will pass conservative legislation - Obama or Romney? 4. Who is more likely to appoint Supreme Court Justices like Kagan and Sotomayor - Obama or Romney? 5. Who is more likely to ignore the legislative branch, either through creating laws via regulations or through ignoring laws passed by Congress - Obama or Romney? 6. Who is mo ...
Marco Rubio: "[The president's] new slogan for his campaign is 'Forward.' Forward? A government that spends $1 trillion more than it takes in. An $800 billion stimulus that created more debt than jobs. A government intervention into health care paid for with higher taxes and cuts to Medicare. Scores of new rules and regulations. These ideas don't move us 'Forward,' these ideas move us 'Backwards.' These are tired and old big-government ideas that have failed every time and everywhere they've been tried. Ideas that people come to America to get away from. These are ideas that threaten to make America more like the rest of the world, instead of helping the rest of the world become more like America." Rick Santorum: "President Obama rules like he is above the law. America take heed, when a president can simply give a speech or write a memo and change the law to do what the law says he can't, we weaken our republic." Rand Paul: "When I heard the current president say, 'You didn't build that,' I was first insu ...
If there'll be a Buchanan moment: Watch for Rand Paul, Rick Santorum, and Mike Huckabee. Those 3 are the ones to watch.
My Friend Carolyn Davis sent this in to several newspaper's letter to the editor, I'm sure she would mind you borrowing it if you wanted to send it to your local papers. Women Beware! Ladies, Paul Ryan is your worst nightmare. Want a smaller government? Well this guy will put the government right inside your hoo-ha. Todd Akin, a Missouri congressman who, by the way is on the Science Committee, let it slip that many in the Republican Party believe that if a woman is ‘legitimately raped’ her own bodily trauma will prevent conception from occurring. The conclusion which must be drawn from this is that raped women who did become pregnant (about 32,000 a year) must, somewhere deep down in their glands, have wanted to be raped. Historically this loophole for the right to use federal funds for an abortion which results from rape or incest has been a longtime burr under Republican saddles. Sarah Palin in 2008, and the following 2010 Senate candidates, Sharon Angle, Joe Miller, Rand Paul, Christine O’ ...
Ex-presidential candidate Rick Santorum and Tea Party favorite Rand Paul will be among the speakers at the Republican National Convention.
Rick Santorum, Rand Paul get prime speaking slots at GOP convention: Rand Paul, a freshman senator from Kentucky...
Republicans said that former Sen. Rick Santorum will speak at the convention in Tampa, Fla., later this month, along with Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush, U.S. Sen. Rand Paul and Oklahoma Gov. Mary Fallin.
Wall Street Journal (blog) Report: Santorum to speak at conventionThe Hill (blog)Rick Santorum, Jeb Bush, Sen. Rand Paul to speak at...
Jeb Bush will be one of the convention speakers during the RNC. So will Rand Paul and Rick Santorum. Is there anyone you're looking forward to hearing from during the convention?
Former Pennsylvania Sen. Rick Santorum and Sen. Rand Paul, Kentucky Republican, will both have headline speaking slots at the Republican National Convention later this month, the RNC announced Tuesday.
A Senior GOP official told CNN that Rick Santorum, one of the fiercest competitors to Romney in the GOP primaries, will be a primetime speaker at the Republican National Convention in Tampa, Florida, August 27 – 30. Also joining him will be Rand Paul, Jeb Bush, and Oklahoma Governor Mary Fallin.
Excited to announce Governor Mary Fallin, Senator Rand Paul, Rick Santorum and Jeb Bush will also be speaking at the GOP convention!
So the next question becomes: who will be Romney’s running mate? The fine folks at Bovada Sportsbook are one step ahead of the matter and have already come up with the odds: Who will be the Republican Vice Presidential Nominee? Marco Rubio - -2/1 Rob Portman - -3/1 Chris Christie - -9/1 Paul Ryan - -9/1 Bob McDonnell - -10/1 Susana Martinez - -15/1 Condoleezza Rice - -18/1 Rick Santorum - -18/1 John Thune - -20/1 Mitch Daniels - -20/1 Rand Paul - -20/1 Bobby Jindal - -25/1 Nikki Haley - -25/1 Tim Pawlenty - -25/1 Jeb Bush - -30/1 Newt Gingrich - -50/1 Ron Paul - -50/1 Sarah Palin - -50/1 Donald Trump - -100/1 Herman Cain - -100/1 Clearly, Marco Rubio and Rob Portman are the favorites but don’t be surprised if New Jersey Governor Chris Christie makes a push. He’s as honest as they come and he’s quite blunt. President Barack Obama has been questioned about his record and what he’s done over the last four years by Republicans and Christie will definitely not skirt that – or any other – topic. J ...
Rick Santorum & Rand Paul do. They've tried numerous times.
Mitt Romney was pipped at the post by Rick Santorum at the Iowa caucuses in January, but neither will head into the national convention with the majority of delegates from the Hawkeye State.
While we've been fighting about Rand Paul, Rick Santorum has been plotting how to screw us via
Happy Mother's Day. On this Mother's Day I'd like to say to Rand Paul, Mitt Romney, Rick Santorum, Chris Christy and anyone else who holds the ignorant point of view that families like mine are not entitled to Equal Rights..."We're Here! We're *** Get Used To It!"
Rand Paul. Marco Rubio. Chris Christie. Michele Bachmann. Newt Gingrich. Rick Santorum. Doomed. They are all doomed ... It does not matter who RMoney picks - it'll *** off half of the Republicans anyway
When names are kicked around as to who would make a good running mate for Former Gov. Mitt Romney, I can think of many great Americans for the job. Newt Gingrich, Rick Santorum, Ron Paul, John Thune, Paul Ryan, Mike Rogers, Rand Paul, Sarah Palin, Michele Bachmann, Herman Cain, Darrell Issa, Louie G...
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