White House & Rick Santorum

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Rick Santorum weighs in on the race for the White House. Hear more on the podcast:
Sad that Rick Santorum's bid for the White House came to such a sticky end 😂😂😂
That is why we need Rick Santorum in the White House. He calls the important issues and challenges the status quo.
Rick Santorum opens up about his second White House run
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Rick Santorum's second White House bid rounding out the field of other complete bigots and assorted other wack-a-doos
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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.…
Is asking for your thoughts on Rick Santorum 2016. Why would you support a run for the White House, or Why wouldn't you? Serious responses only please.
Rick Santorum is testing the waters for another White House bid, according to Politico, which notes that despite a presumably stronger field in 2016, Santorum's "early moves could still put him in a better position in the next go-round." "My head is very wrapped around the idea of getting things in…
The next Iowa visit by a pack of 2016'ers has been booked: Ted Cruz, Rick Perry, Bobby Jindal and Rick Santorum will speak to a summit of Christian conservatives in August. The news comes on the day Iowa Republicans are gathered for their state convention, an event that attracted three potential White House hopefuls: Santorum, a former U.S. senator from Pennsylvania; Paul, a U.S. senator from Kentucky; and Jindal, the governor of Louisiana.
Rick Santorum was never running for a term in the White House. He was running for a contract with FoxNews. That race was…
Former GOP Pennsylvania senator and presidential candidate Rick Santorum says Republicans must appeal to blue collar voters or risk losing the White House forever.
.says the GOP path to the White House is through blue collar conservatives. Watch our interview:
MEDIA ALERT: Sunday on CNN State of the Union: Rick Santorum " The former Pennsylvania senator who shocked the GOP by winning the 2012 Iowa caucus says he’s better placed than any of the other candidates for a 2016 run. Candy sits down one-on-one with former Pennsylvania senator and likely White House contender Rick Santorum about making another run at the White House." Looks like social issues and the 2014 midterm elections will be discussed also.
I just received an email from the Tea Party Command Center entitled "2016 Poll: Who is your choice for the Presidential Nomination" and the choices include: Ted Cruz, Mike Huckabee, Bobby Jindal, Rand Paul, Sarah Palin, Rick Santorum, Allan West, Jeb Bush, Chris Christie, Rick Perry, Marco Rubio, Paul Ryan. The truth of the matter is that any one of those people could do a better job than the person now occupying the White House, though I must admit, Jeb Bush’s name on the ballot would have me quite upset.
I'm in heaven. DOUBLE DOWN is delicious, juicy tidbits on every page. How's this, "Apart from Georgia Congressman John Lewis and Jim Clyburn of South Carolina, Obama had nearly as much contempt for the Congressional Black Caucus as he did for the Tea Party Caucus. New York's Charlie Rangel he derided as a hack; Jesse Jackson Sr. was effectively banned from the White House." So much insider information such as Romney thought Rick Santorum was "sanctimonious, severe and strange", Chris Christi regarded Gingrich as, "the worst human being he'd ever met in politics" and Haley Barbour thought Romney was "self centered and inauthentic", and Michelle O. and the President were more than ready for Rahm Emanuel go to Chicago and leave the White House.
05:00 PM ET What does it say that most of the 10 poorest states are Republican? FROM CNN's Jack Cafferty: As the Republican race for the White House heats up, here's something the GOP can't be too comfortable with: Most of the 10 poorest states in the country are Republican. Mississippi is the poorest... followed by Arkansas, Tennessee, West Virginia, Louisiana, Montana, South Carolina, Kentucky, Alabama and North Carolina. And the list doesn't even include Texas, where Rick Perry is governor and one in five people lives in poverty. In a piece on CNN.com, Roland Martin writes Republicans expect to win all 10 of these states in 2012, although President Obama won North Carolina by a slim margin in 2008 and West Virginia is usually considered a Democratic state. Martin points out that despite the red-leanings in these states, you don't hear so much from Republicans about poverty. In fact the word "poor" has barely come up at the GOP debates thus far. The only exceptions were: – Rick Santorum discussing wel ...
A Topic Under The New “The Stupid Burns Please Make It Stop!” Dept — These asinine *** think they're winning! But there's no racism in the opposition to Obama ... nope ... none at all ... Tea Partiers bring Confederate Flags to the White House, where America’s first Black President lives. This was on display in front of the White House today sponsored by Palin and Cruz. The so-called nonpartisan ‘Million Vet March’ garnered support from key Republicans who strolled over from the Values Voter Summit — that’s the same summit that snubbed Chris Christie from attending and instead invited Rick Santorum and Allen West. So, let’s be clear: This is a Tea Party rally. And we’ve seen this before when old, white angry people descended on Washington D.C. just after America’s first black President was sworn in. Can you imagine being President Barack Obama and while glancing out of the window at the White House, you see a Confederate Flag? Notice the misspelling which was corrected later with ...
Former Senator and presidential aspirant Rick Santorum announced yesterday, in a move that suggests he might not be taking another bite at the White House, that he’s going to become the CEO of EchoLight Studios, a Dallas movie studio and distributorship. It would be easy to suggest that Santorum’s n...
President Obama met at the White House with Harvard professor Henry Louis Gates Jr. and the police sergeant who arrested him.
ut the bill doesn't stop there. I mean, when you have the entirety of Congress with the exception of Ron Paul agreeing on something, why not swing for the fences? The bill also says it could be a federal crime to protest near an event of, quote, "national significance." Well, that's not vague at all. So you could be convicted of a federal crime and locked away for a year or more for the following things: 1) Marching outside the Democratic or Republican National Conventions 2) Yelling "C**k-face corporate *** outside a barber shop where Mitt Romney is getting his ear hair trimmed. 3) Marching in front of the entrance of the New York Stock Exchange 4) Sprinkling magic homosexual glitter on Rick Santorum, or even anyone near Rick Santorum, or even just making fun of his stupid sweater vest! 5) Going to the gates of the White House and demanding the President read the Constitution. ...You know, if he gets a chance.
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.
On this day in the American presidency, Feb. 22: • 1909, the Great White Fleet, a naval task force sent on a round-the-world voyage by President Theodore Roosevelt, returned after more than a year at sea. • 1924, President Calvin Coolidge delivered the first radio broadcast from the White House as he addressed the country over 42 stations. • 1935, It became illegal for airplanes to fly over the White House. • 2012, Primed for a fight, Mitt Romney and Rick Santorum swapped accusations about health care, spending earmarks and federal bailouts in the 20th debate of the roller-coaster race for the Republican presidential nomination, held in Mesa, Ariz.
Salon: Conservative offers $10K for plan to overtake GOP establishment : "“The Liberty Prize" would be awarded to anyone who helps conservatives "take over the Republican Party". Have a grand scheme to help conservatives oust establishment Republicans, take over the party, and win the White House in 2016? Well, you could just win $10,000 for your trouble. Richard Viguerie, the Conservative fund-raiser and chairman of Conservative HQ, announced “The Liberty Prize,” a contest that will award a “$10,000 prize, plus fame, appreciation and the opportunity to save America” to the conservative who comes up with the best plan to “take over the Republican Party, win the November 2016 elections, and govern America by 2017.” Viguerie, who was a big fan of Rick Santorum in the 2012 presidential race, writes in his announcement: The most important political battle in America is not between Republicans and Democrats or between conservatives and liberals. It is the battle for control of the Republican Par ...
Lifelong activist Harris L. Wofford, who first visited the White House to keep a lunch date with first lady Eleanor Roosevelt, will again walk the hallowed halls of 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. NW on Friday, when he collects his latest award, the Presidential Citizens Medal.
From my very funny friend, Bruce Lindner: Where are They Now? Republicans: George W. Bush — Missing in action (again) Rick Santorum — Openly working for Birther Central, World Net Daily Sarah Palin — Failed candidate, failed reality show star, failed Fox pundit John Mccain — Escalating his campaign to get even with the man who whipped his *** by sniping at everything Obama does *** Cheney — the Walking Dead can never really die Newt Gingrich — to the Moon, Callista! Joe Walsh — Who? Allen West — See: Joe Walsh Mike Huckabee — Singing duets with Ted Nugent Ted Nugent — Wishing Mike Huckabee was a cute teenybopper Cute teenyboppers everywhere — wishing a bear would eat Ted Nugent Mitt Romney — Nobody knows and nobody cares John Bolton — Still looking for those WMDs Tom DeLay — Looking forward to new career as foreman of license plate stamping team in Federal Penitentiary Democrats: Bill Clinton — After leaving White House in 2001, stayed active in Democratic Party politics, an ...
President Obama is a "spending addict" that "isn't willing to deal" in the fiscal cliff negotiations taking place between Capitol Hill and the White House according to Rick Santorum. Santorum argues that there's no incentive for President Obama to reach a grand bargain because t …
The People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals sent a letter to the White House on Tuesday demanding President Obama skip the annual Thanksgiving turkey pardon. The letter blasts the traditional ceremony, slated for Wednesday as 'sorely outdated' and argues it 'makes light of the mass slaughter of ...
Inside sources close to Rick Santorum are saying the former Pennsylvania senator and 2012 GOP contender is already organizing for a run in 2016. On the other side of the aisle, investor Warren Buffett is already touting his choice to succeed President Obama in the White House.
This bill is so extreme that Michelle Bachman could be put to death for not turning in her step sister who is also a *** Rick Perry and Rick Santorum could also face the death penalty for not turning in their *** campaign staffers. Brian Brown from NOM who has had dinner with many of his *** friends could face the death penalty. Please sign the White House petition.
Huckabee to Newsmax: 'Absolute Certainty' of a White House Cover-up on Benghazi -- Former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee tells Newsmax it’s an “absolute certainty” there has been a cover-up involving the Benghazi terrorist attack and the White House “flat-out lied” to the American people about it. He also maintains that Mitt Romney and the Republicans lost the election not because their message was wrong but because the Obama “machinery” was “staggeringly good.” And Huckabee, who sought the GOP presidential nomination in 2008, says he won’t rule out another White House run in 2016. Gov. Huckabee is now the host of “The Mike Huckabee Show,” broadcast on 190 stations in 44 states, and a Fox News contributor. His brand-new book is “Dear Chandler, Dear Scarlett: A Grandfather’s Thoughts on Faith, Family and the Things That Matter Most.” CIA Director David Petraeus resigned his post after acknowledging an extramarital affair, and Republicans on the House Intelligence Committee want t ...
They are still counting votes in Florida. But, nobody is bothered, nor holding their breath, Not Romney, not Obama. Speaker Behneir and President Obama are trying to avoid "Fiscal Cliff ", that is automatic spending cuts, and tax increases from Jan 1. How far they will be successful? We will see. And finally, the White House, I heard, is trying to invite some prominent americans. This is in an effort to unite the country. They are Donald Trump, Clint Eastwood, Newt Ginrich, Rick Santorum, and Michele backman. And they can all go with "Straight Faces ". Good day
Oh the poor Republicans! The once Grand Old Party is now lying in the nursing home of American politics. How did they ever fail to unseat one of the most unsuccessful Presidents in history? How could they lose seats in the failing House and Senate? Way back at the start of this interminable campaign the GOP fat cats lusted for power alone, they tried to decide who could beat Obama and they came up with a very nice guy but not a politician. They scared away Mike Huckabee, weeded out Newt Gingrich and Rick Perry and Rick Santorum, bypassed a host of other proven vote getters, and produced a loss. Woe to those Republicans! A hue and cry has arisen that the Republicans need to do a lot of soul-searching. Duh! Their souls have been lean for several millennia now. In 1992 they surrendered the White House to eight years of Bill Clinton and his escapades. In 2000, hungry for morality in politics, I endorsed Alan Keyes; they could have raise him up to be the first black president. But they gave us eight years of ...
Just a quick note to all my female FB friends who remain undecided in the election - Romney clearly wants to limit a woman’s right to choose. He clearly would appoint Supreme Court justices who would likely overturn Roe v. Wade. He wants to cut funding to Planned Parenthood which provides health services to low income woman. He supports the Blunt Amendment which basically allows employers to refuse to include contraception in health care coverage. It’s not just Romney, but it is the whole 14th monk crowd like Rick Santorum who will get the keys to the White House with a Romney win. My warning to woman is just this: Please be careful this election and really think about social issues which could affect you and your daughters.
Quote from article--"Though Romney was not even a contender in Friday's Texas gathering of evangelical leaders that crowned Rick Santorum, a Catholic, as the social conservative standard-bearer, the Miami Herald tracked down several Southern Baptist leaders who grudgingly agreed Romney might have to do. As for Santorum, very few think it likely that his strong evangelical endorsement will swing enough votes his way to eke out a win. NPR's senior Washington editor Ron Elving perfectly captures what's at stake for the religious right:It may well be a revelation of their weakness as a force within the GOP. Because if Romney still wins the South Carolina primary next weekend, this final flailing attempt to stop him will make his victory all the more important — and his eventual nomination all the more inevitable.In this scenario, evangelicals will be left with an unenviable decision on their hands: swallow hard and vote a Mormon into the White House, or don't show up in November and risk reelecting Barack O ...
Glenn, Politics are a lot simpler than getting to Mars, and thank goodness. If they weren't, I'd be out of a job. Here's how basic this is: Right-wing candidates pass right-wing laws when they get elected. If you don't like that, stop them. Knock on doors. Make calls. Give money to Democrats. With only 42 days left before the election, if you don't get on it, we'll end up with George W. Bush's economy, *** Cheney's foreign policy and Rick Santorum's social policies. The Tea Party and Romney have made that their goal and they'll do it state by state, undoing every last lick of common sense. If the White House turns red, if this country chooses the Tea Party to fill its state houses, you'll realize you could have tossed in another $20. Don't let that happen. Act now. Give $20 or more to help the DGA reach its $220,650 goal by September 30 to re-elect President Obama and protect this country from Romney and the Tea Party. No one's stepping up if you won't. There's no time to lose if we're going to stop this ...
I hate to kick Republicans when they are down (ok, not really). You guys had a huge selection this year, Donald Trump flirted with a run as did Sarah Palin, then you had Michelle Bachmann, Newt Gingrich, Rick Perry, Herman Cain and Rick Santorum. Out of the lot you picked Romney, how many candidates do you need to find someone who isn't a total loser? I know some of my Republican friends are fiscal conservatives. Well, the last time (and only time in my life time) that happened was with a Democratic President, and a Republican Congress(yes I said it) that wasn't so obstructionist. If you have a Republican legislator tell him not to be afraid to compromise. The Democrats have the White House for another four years lets move forward together!
Wow.GOP...and all I got to say is this.YOU ALL COULD HAVE BEEN PREPARING FOR A REPUBLICAN WHITE HOUSE:IF:::YOU WOULD HAVE ALL GOT BEHIND RICK SANTORUM. I helped in his campaign while studying Political Science at Mansfield. I know he would have made a good President...but, no you wanted Parry and Romney...who looked "Presidential"...really.and you thought Herman Cain...may not be in your minds...Presidential??? ...well, now you have a Candidate who continually embarrasses himself and the party. He has poor political advisors in all areas of his campaign. I will not vote for this man...on the simple fact...that he probably promised jobs at the White House to these people...and if they can't run a campaign without goofing up almost every week...can you tell me how these individuals are suppose to help run the United States of America? Well, it has always been personal with the GOP since Obama became President...GOP has been thinking with feelings instead of their heads. This has been prevalent through ...
My first and number one pick for the GOP presidential candidate was Allen West followed by(in order of preference) Michelle Bachman, Herman Cain, Rick Santorum,Newt Gingrich and lastly Mitt Romney. My man Allen would of kicked that little Marxist *** that belongs to the Muslim in the White House.
Truth, lies and factual shortcuts. August 30, 2012, 12:55 AM 271Comments Wooden, but Wishful By CHARLES M. BLOW Pinocchio wants to be a real person, and on Thursday night he’s going to attempt to make the transformation on national television. The wooden Mitt Romney, who keeps pushing the blatant lie that President Obama wants to eliminate the work requirement for welfare, will give an acceptance speech that will be the culmination of a week designed to humanize and reintroduce him. His bid for the White House may largely depend on how successfully he delivers that speech. Although he and Obama are virtually tied in the polls, Romney is losing the Electoral College count. There are many reasons for that, including his campaign’s retro-radical policy positions in an increasingly diverse and increasingly socially progressive country. And then there’s his inability to connect with voters on a visceral level. Romney continues to trail Obama badly in terms of favorability and likability. Overall, a moder ...
Todd Akin: Snicker, snicker, wink, nudge -- If you rape a woman and she gets pregnant, you didn't do it right, son! Mitt Romney: Jesus Christ, Todd! We all KNOW women are here only for us to take out our basest sexual urges! But you're not supposed to SAY that out loud! It loses us the female vote! Rick Santorum: If you don't raise the rapist's baby, if you abort it, you will burn in *** for all eternity. Rush Limbaugh: Knock it OFF, boys! Don't lose sight of why the Tea Party has to win the Senate and the White House! It's not about religion or abortion or creating jobs or doing anything the voters actually WANT government to do. If you keep this up, we're going to have four more years of a damned n***r in charge! And the ONLY purpose of the Tea Party is to make sure that doesn't happen! Todd Akin: I can rape any woman I want to, and talk about it, and that is my right! I'm NOT going to step down from the race or shut up!
Romney, Santorum battle in knife-edge Ohio vote | AFP | March 07, 2012 01:38 PM White House hopeful Mitt Romney was Tuesday locked in a nail-biting battle with Rick Santorum in Ohio as he looked to tighten his grasp on the Republican presidential nomination. Republican presidential candidate Rick Santorum speaks during the election night rally in Steubenville, Ohio. (AFP Photo/Joe Raedle)The former governor won four of the 10 races up for grabs in the Super Tuesday contests, scoring a landslide in his home state of Massachusetts where he took 72 percent of the vote, according to CNN exit polls. He also scooped wins in Virginia, Idaho and Vermont, television networks predicted, as the battle heated up to become the Republican standard-bearer to challenge Democratic President Barack Obama in the November elections. Santorum, once the rank outsider in the contest, was snapping at Romney's heels winning southern Tennessee and Oklahoma, as well as North Dakota. In the latter race, he even beat Romney into thir ...
I'm honored to be asked to speak at the Republican National Convention. I'm so passionate about this election because the core principles of our country are at stake. The convention is an important time for us to rally behind Mitt Romney and his vision to put our country back on track. We need a leader in the White House who is committed to reforming government. Republicans believe that removing the incentive to work will destroy welfare reform as we know it, costing taxpayers millions and leading the poor to a life of dependency. The contrast between President Obama and Mitt Romney could not be greater. Conservatives from across the country are rallying together and we will make our voices heard in a few weeks in Tampa.
Here is a sample of liberal tolerance: Meno Lykee says: July 19, 2012 at 6:07 pm Please please please take Rush Limbaugh, Michelle Bachman, Sarah Palin, Allen West, Eric Cantor, Mitch McConnell and Grover Norquist with you when you leave this great country after We The People re-elect President Barack Hussein Obama and put him back in the White House for a second term. Oh, and Sean Hannity, Glen Beck, Lary Elder, Mark Levin, Hugh Hewitt and George Zimmerman can go too. Yo might need to charter a bus or plane. Hey, you can ask Mittens or the Koch brothers to borrow a plane for this journey. You’d be doing a patriotic service for your ex country when you do decide to leave. This Democratic Republic needs patriots who understand we are ALL IN THIS TOGETHER and act accordingly by putting country above politics and absolutely above party lines. I forgot to mention, Rick Santorum, Bobby Jindal, John Sununu, Tim Pawlenty, Ted Nugent and all the cast members of The Five on Fox, in fact, take all of the so calle ...
“True Blood” creator Alan Ball has already mentioned that one former White House hopeful – Rep. Michele Bachmann — influenced the direction of the show. And now he tells The Wrap that former Sen. Rick Santorum inspired him, too: How did you map out this season? For me the jumping off point was watch...
For all of Mitt Romney's talk of what he would do on Day One in the White House -- bomb Iran or was it Planned Parenthood? -- there's just as good a chance he would be tacking up two pictures on the wall. One would be of George H.W. Bush and the other of Jimmy Carter. They both became one-term presi...
Disapproval of President Obama’s handling of the economy is heading higher — alongside gasoline prices — as a record number of Americans now give the president “strongly” negative reviews on the 2012 presidential campaign’s most important issue, according to a new Washington Post-ABC News poll. Increasingly pessimistic views of Obama’s performance on the economy — and on the federal budget deficit — come despite a steadily brightening employment picture and other signs of economic improvement, and they highlight the political sensitivity of rising gas prices. At a speech in Des Moines, Romney name-dropped Clinton, as if he was a Friend of Bill. The potential political con­sequences are clear, with the ­rising public disapproval reversing some of the gains the president had made in hypothetical general-election matchups against possible Republican rivals for the White House. Former Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney and former Senator Rick Santorum (Pa.) now both run about evenly with O ...
After supporting Rick Perry, Rick Santorum, and Herman Cain, I guess I now have to get behind the only common sense candidate left. Mitt Romney. Anyone is better then what we have now living in the White House now!!!
Rick Santorum may be out of the race for the White House, but 'Average Joe' isn't!
A group supporting Mitt Romney has spent millions attacking Republican rivals Rick Santorum and Newt Gingrich -- using media firms better known for ambushing Democratic presidential nominees Michael Dukakis and John Kerry. The ads for the political action committee, Restore Our Future, are created by McCarthy Hennings Media Inc., whose president, Larry McCarthy, produced an ad during the 1988 presidential campaign linking Dukakis, then governor of Massachusetts, to Willie Horton, a black inmate from that state who committed armed robbery and rape after he was granted a prison furlough. Enlarge image Mitt Romney in Mesa, Arizona, on Feb. 13, 2012. Photographer: Josh Haner/The New York Times/Redux The ad, which featured a menacing mug shot of Horton, helped Republican George H.W. Bush win the White House by portraying Dukakis as soft on crime. Restore Our Future is placing its ads on television through the Towson, Maryland-based firm Mentzer Media, which received more than $18 million from Swift Boat Vets a ...
“Mr President, I know you won’t be able to laugh at any of my jokes about the Secret Service, so cover your ears, if that’s physically possible.”; “Rick Santorum is out. It just wasn’t Rick’s year. Rick’s year is 1954.”; “Is the Fox table laughing or did Rupert Murdoch hack all my jokes already?”
Romney call for a BETTER AMERICA -- Amen, Amen !to nation: 'Hold on a little longer' April 24, 2012 RSS Feed Print MANCHESTER, N.H. (AP) — Armed with a fresh slate of primary victories, Mitt Romney is urging Americans to "hold on a little longer." The former Massachusetts governor tells New Hampshire supporters that Tuesday marks the beginning of a new campaign focused solely on President Barack Obama. He accuses the Democratic president of "false promises and weak leadership." Romney spoke Tuesday night as he scored Republican primary victories in Connecticut, Rhode Island, Delaware and Pennsylvania in the first contests since Rick Santorum suspended his campaign. New York was expected to follow. Romney delivered his remarks to a national television audience from Manchester, N.H., where he won his first primary of the campaign. The state is also expected to be a battleground in the fall campaign for the White House. Copyright 2012 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be pub ...
Former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice is top choice as Mitt Romney s running mate according to a new CNN poll even though she s adamant she is not interested in the job. Rice topped former candidate Rick Santorum by 26 to 22 percent in the survey among likely...
OMG, Rick Santorum is the GOP's 2nd pick for a VP running mate to Romney! The fascist could still have a path to the White House! First choice is Condoleeza Rice--better than Santorum, but I was sickened by her lies about what she was doing all through the years of Bush/Cheney.
Rick Santorum suspends his presidential campaign, ending his bid for the White House... In other news a young Jedi named Luke Skywalker destroyed The Death Star...
GREENVILLE — MARC LEVY Associated Press GETTYSBURG, Pa. — Bowing to the inevitable after an improbably resilient run for the White House, Rick Santorum quit the presidential race on Tuesday, clearing the way for Mitt Romney to claim the Republican nomination. “We made a decision over the weeken...
Evangelical leaders are finally giving it up - a religious right candidate will not be the Republican nominee, Santorum has failed, Gingrich has failed and Perry dropped out. For these folks it's on to defeating Obama in the general election by endorsing Romney while setting their sights on 2016. "Rick Santorum, who rose in the polls thanks to enthusiastic support from Christian conservatives, faced pressure Sunday from a key Republican evangelical to end his increasingly long-shot White House bid. Richard Land, a top official with the powerful Southern Baptist Convention, urged Santorum to abandon the race and throw his support to frontrunner Mitt Romney to increase Republicans' chances of defeating Barack Obama in November."
White House senior adviser David Plouffe lashed out on Sunday over a pair of comments by Republican presidential candidates Newt Gingrich and Rick Santorum to President Barack Obama's reaction to the Trayvon Martin shooting. "Those two comments are really irresponsible," Plouffe said on CNN. "I woul...
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Indeed, when one factors in no fewer than four highly questionable primary or caucus outcomes, the Republican establishment is showing signs of not only forgetting what they learned at electoral politics class, but cribbing from the Democrats’ textbooks. Behind Romney in an increasingly suspect Republican race for the nomination lurks the unsettling Rick Santorum (“Republicans, I think to our credit, have sort of morphed away from the Goldwater idea that really government just needs to be smaller..”) and the unpalatable Newt Gingrich. Congressman Ron Paul, who is clearly the only candidate remaining who considers the preservation of true Constitutional liberties a matter of absolute honor, has been shut out of the spotlight thanks to a political establishment which—from the White House to Speaker John Boehner’s office—hopes that if they wish upon a star, he’ll go away. Short of that, they’ll behave like ACORN volunteers “community organizing” their desired outcome. The odds of Paul sur ...
When daddy becomes President, I get to move from my mommy's uterus to the White House. Love, Rick Santorum's Unborn Fetus
My daddy never ever sniffed *** Cheney's jock strap after a workout in the White House gym. Love, Rick Santorum's Unborn Fetus
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