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January 05, 2012

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Thanks for a graphic picture of Rick Santorum. He sounds like the down to earth realist that we see in Sarah and he has the intellect and
drive to be our candidate to save America.

Greetings from Sydney, Australia.
You may like to see another story about Amazing Grace
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O'Reilly (typically) tried really hard to make Santorum look like a doofus when he had him on his show - but Santorum pushed back mightily in a way most of the fawning guests do not! I was proud of him.

The media (including most at Fox) are still dipped heavily in this "inevitability of Romney" nonsense. Romney can not be and should not be considered the nominee de facto just because he has more money and the RINO RNC's preference.

As long as Republicans are working hard to destroy other Republicans, the odious Obama still has a shot.

Remember Reagan's 11th Commandment - "Though shalt not speak ill of another Republican" and heed it well. Newt has tried, against some pretty stiff attacks, but even he has started to succumb to the insanity!

I'm still hoping for a shotgun wedding between the Tea Party upstarts and the terminally Established. They need each other as surely as one generation needs another.

On the other hand, if Santorum brings out the same ugly in the left that Palin did, hopefully the hatred will be a transparent farce the second time around, instead of what happened to Palin.

Take care up there!

Enough with the baloney.... even if Rick borrows many of Sarah's phrases and ideas, puts on a dress and gets extensions in his hair, lays on the lipstick and wears glasses, he would never get close to being Sarah Palin. Give me a break. Not half the legitimate Conservative powerhouse that Sarah Palin is.

Rick Santorum will not be the Republican nominee... he would not be able to beat Obama... pure and simple... he has too many vulnerabilities to be able to pull that off. Wait til finally gets vetted by the heavy duty people.... we have already seen some of it with the big government themes. He may be the next substitute for the "Conservative" mantle... but come on, he is not going to be President. Ain't going to happen.

Sissy, I'm really surprised at the sudden swooning for Rick Santorum. What's the deal? Are we so desperate for a not-Romney candidate?

Although he takes a lot of attractive libertarian policy positions I have two problems with him. First is his promise to promote a marriage amendment and to return to don't ask, don't tell. I take that as a promise to make life more difficult for gays. And second, that stance will prevent him from winning over enough of the independent voters to win in the general election.

Let's not forget, he managed to lose his last Senate bid by 17 points. Outside of Ron Paul, I think Santorum is Obama's best chance.

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