Tuesday, February 28, 2012

Michael Moore: "My Democratic Friends Will Vote For Santorum"

Filmmaker and Flint native Michael Moore says Republicans aren't the only ones who will decide the winner in today's GOP presidential primary.

"A lot of my Democratic friends are going to vote for (Rick) Santorum tomorrow in something they are calling, Operation Hilarity," Moore said Monday on the Rachel Maddow Show on CNBC. "We do have a good sense of humor in the state of Michigan."
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Anonymous said...

Rick is digging his own grave this week. And what a few weeks he's had! The man is virtual gaffe machine. Now he says he would not want to vomit over the separation of church and state. LOL

I was wrong about Santorum. The man is as bad as Newt--just in a different way. Both are despicable creatures of DC. Ethics don't matter. Truth doesn't matter. Siding with the enemy doesn't matter.

The GOP has taken a fatal turn for the worse. I can no longer be associated with it. The hypocrisy and anti-Mormonism is too much to abide. I'm re-registering as an independent even if Romney wins.

The ironic thing is that the only thing that can save the GOP at this point is a Romney win. We've got to put down the stupidity, the bigotry, the 'one of us Christian' crap.

Lardass and the ditz have to go, too. I can't wait.



If tricky Ricky becomes the GOP nominee for president, not only will Obama win re-election by a landslide, the Dems will also win back the House and increase their majority in the Senate.

To add insult to injury, we can kiss the Constitution goodbye, since Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy is expected to retire in 2013/14.


But of course, none of this will bother Limbaugh, Hannity and Levin in the least. They're making zillions of dollars, and will make even more if Obama is re-elected.


Tricky Ricky says JFK makes him want to throw up.

If tricky Ricky becomes the GOP nominee, millions of Republicans will be throwing up in November.

Anonymous said...

Martha @ 1:58 pm, I share your views on the Republican Party. I told my husband this morning that I'm registering "Independent" after voting in our state's GOP primary in April. WILL VOTE FOR MITT. After that, I'm resigning from this sick excuse for a national political party. The GOP has been hijacked by theocrats, fat cats, and crazy-makers. There's no direction and no leadership. The mismanagement of the Republican primaries is just the latest example of a Party in steep, perhaps irreversible, decline.

Machtyn said...
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Machtyn said...

Santorum is STILL lying about Romney's Cap and Trade position:

Santorum Mailer

Anonymous said...

Now we now where RW and Lionhead slunk off too, they are partying with Michael Moore!

Anonymous said...

I agree Martha. Unfortunately in my state there isn't an option for independent.


Graham said...

Drudge says turnout is low and absentee voting is higher this time around.

Terrye said...

Graham..that could actually be good news for Romney.

Graham said...


That's what I'm thinking. It would be a much higher turnout if both parties were voting on one side, right?

Anonymous said...

Isn't it funny how the candidates reveal their true nature? Now we know why Rick lost so big in PA.


Noelle said...

I am extremely happy that Santorum's and the Daily Kos' strategy failed. Congratulations to Mitt Romney for his victories in Michigan and Arizona.

Anonymous said...

an't believe Santorum stooped to asking democrats to help him. It reminds of when he supported, the Benedict Arnold of the Republican party, Arlen Specter for reelection. Specter once a Republican switched to be a democrat. Specter became the culminating and final vote for ObamaCare. For you conservatives out there, Specter then went on to call for the repeal of the Defense of Marriage Act. ObamaCare depending on the source states that it will cost between $400 billion and $1.2 trillion. The Congressional Budget Office states that the cost will be $829 billion with job losses totaling around 1.6 million. All because Santorum willingly supported the Specter. In fact, read the PA articles he was on a crusade to get him reelected. Santorum the Enemy Within http://www.youtube.com/user/GichiGumiPress?feature=mhee

Terrye said...

Romney won Republicans by 10 points. Maybe the party is not lost after all.

Lori Patriot said...

FYI, in some states, you can't vote in Republican primaries if you are registered Indie. I have been an indie for one election in my life.

Mitt Romney: 1,811,625 votes or 40.19%
Rick Santorum: 1,070,521 votes or 23.75%
Newt Gingrich: 977,999 votes or 21.70%
Ron Paul: 493,383 votes or 10.95%