Thursday, February 16, 2012

Cafferty File on Rick Santorum's Electability (FULL VIDEO)

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14 comments:

Lionhead said...

Cafferty File be damned. The proof is in the polling:

http://hotair.com/archives/2012/02/16/rasmussen-in-oh-romney-24-santorum-42/

BOSMAN said...

LionHead,

Just for...OLD TIME SAKES,......Could you dig out a few of the relics that had Bachmann, Perry, Cain, and Santorum beating Romney in polls and approval?

I need a good laugh today!

leighrow said...

Lionhead

Hotair is so bogus. Hotair is as far right as it gets!

I really have zero patience for the far right and the far left. These two factions are destroying our country.

This election cycle is proving most polls to be inaccurate measures as to the primary outcomes.

BOSMAN said...

PS,

What do you think of TEA PARTY DARLING and Michigan's POPULAR GOVERNOR endorsing Romney today?

Is he now a RINO?

Lionhead said...

@leighrow, the links back to the actual poll is in the article. This isn't about opinion, it's about fact. HotAir is reporting the facts.

"I really have zero patience for the far right and the far left. These two factions are destroying our country." I take that to mean you're a Progressive Moderate as Romney has declared he 'was?'

"This election cycle is proving most polls to be inaccurate measures as to the primary outcomes." Except when said polls are showing Romney in the lead.

Sorry leighrow, this is all bogus.

Bosman, we shall see. It's a long way to August.

BOSMAN said...

LIONHEAD,

""I really have zero patience for the far right and the far left. These two factions are destroying our country." I take that to mean you're a Progressive Moderate as Romney has declared he 'was?'"

Oh Really?

HaHaHaHa!!!

"Making his first run for Congress in the early 1990s, this candidate promised not to be a Reagan Republican, fashioned himself a progressive conservative, said he was impartial on unions and stayed vague on abortion rights.

It's a description that fits Mitt Romney, the former Massachusetts governor whose past political pursuits in that state have weighed down his current presidential ambitions. But in this case, it applies to former Pennsylvania Sen. Rick Santorum, whose own political origins have been explored in far less depth."

Rick Santorum Cast Himself As 'Progressive Conservative,' Non-Reaganite In First Campaign

Anonymous said...

OUCH!

Terrye said...

Lionhead..I have been reading Hot Air for years..and they are not exactly objective. You accused Bosman of cherry picking polls..that is nothing compared to Hot Air.

And what about the CBS poll the other day that put Santorum's chances of winning at 15% compared to Romney at 55%..

The truth is that these polls change a lot..you could have found a poll a month ago on Santorum and the answers would have been different.

But that was before he moved up to first place in the ABR hit parade and over night became a true conservative beloved by the base..whereas half these people thought he was a nimrod a month earlier.

That means that in another month or so, they could change again.

Terrye said...

Bosman..there you go, attacking poor sweet Rick by using his own words.

Next thing you know Lionhead will be telling you how that will hurt Romney, not Santorum.

Santorum voters can non handle the truth.

Big E said...

Santo supporters are as much a bunch of whiners as tricky Ricky with his shifting stances. Lionhead, rightwingnut and all the other 'pillars' of conservatism need to put on their tap shoes while the steady disgorgement of Santo nonsense spews out.

-he supports unions because he was a senator from Pennsylvania, okay...what?

-he supports ear marks and raising the debt ceiling again and again bc he's a senator from Pennsylvania...what?

-he now works as a lobbyist and earns a million a year, but since he wears a sweater vest he might as well be working an assembly line at Ford.

-he immediately hands the election to Obama because of his dumb public positions on women in combat, birth control, women working outside the home.

-he hasn't ever run, or proven he can run a single thing but his mouth and his never ending indignation.

-Face it my Teavangelical friends, there is no savior to save you this season. Santo is on the early slide of a painful and ugly reality check. Know nothings have propped him up wo reason. Know somethings will take him in to the basement fast.

Bye bye tricky Ricky:)

Machtyn said...

Here we go on current polling:

GINGRICH: “I’m going to be the nominee. It’s very hard not to look at the recent polls and think that the odds are very high I’m going to be the nominee."

Also, Gingrich on attacks. "And by the way I don’t object if people want to attack me, that’s their right. All I’m suggesting that it’s not going to be very effective and that people are going to get sick of it very fast. And the guys who attacked each other in the debates up to now, every single one of them have lost ground by attacking."

Truth hurts, don't it. Is it an attack if it is truth?

leighrow said...

Lionhead

I am a consistent small government fiscal conservative who wants to preserve the freedoms outlined in the Bill of Rights and the constitution. I do not identify myself as a moderate especially in the area of spending.

I was never a big fan of GWB due to his wreckless spending and his inability to secure the borders and I was always critical of the Republican controlled Congress under GWB which included Santorum who signed on to GWB's spending plan.

When I reference right wing, I am alluding to the religous zealots who could care less if their candidate is for big government, just as long as their ABR choice practices the right brand of Christianity.

When I refer to left wing, I am referring to those who want to turn the U.S. into a Big government nanny state with a fiscal policy of wealth redistribution.

Anonymous said...

The Pittsburgh Post Gazette reported that Santorum took the most cash from corporate lobbyists of any other politician in Washington, adding that Santorum "has a black belt in hypocrisy"
Rick Santorum was named among the most corrupt politicians in 2005-2006 by a Washington watchdog group, Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington. 

http://link.reuters.com/wug85s  

Anonymous said...

Santorum has ties to corruption and the elite media needs to vetthese. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6BgQOHKYeeo&context=C3fcdc47ADOEgsToPDskJu21-gQGvizlEOJEPRfRj3