Tuesday, April 10, 2012

Rick Santorum: "This Presidential Race for us is over for me" (FULL VIDEO)

Rick Santorum suspended his bid for the presidency on Tuesday, removing the last significant obstacle in Mitt Romney's now all-but-certain march to the Republican presidential nomination.

"We made a decision over the weekend that while this presidential race for us is over for me, and we will suspend our campaign effective today, we are not done fighting," Santorum said at a press conference in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania Tuesday afternoon.
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7 comments:

Anonymous said...

YES!

newark hawk said...

Santorum for VP, anyone?

LOL

newark hawk said...

Santorum's departure should save Team Romney about $20 million in advertising expenditures in upcoming primaries, money which can now be spent on the fall campaign instead.

Not to mention all the negative press - free & paid for - this will save Team Romney.

Well done, Rick. You took one for the team. Thank you, thank you very much.

newark hawk said...

7 months till D-Day gives Romney more than enough time to run Urkel, uhhh, I mean Obama, out of town.

Today is a great day for Team Romney, but an absolutely horrible day for Team Obama.

Anonymous said...

Rick, don't rush into anything. LOL

-Martha

Noelle said...

Thank you Rick Santorum for (finally) making the right decision. Good on you. Now it is time for the Republicans to unite and work like crazy to defeat Barack Obama.

Anonymous said...

The Santorum daughters have lovely faces and, my guess is, equally lovely personalities. Make no mistake about it. Their once-beautiful mom engineered and enforced Rick's exit today. She has the brains, he does not. What he does have is the ego and the earning power--and he better start using both to support his wife and 7 young offspring.

Karen Santorum looks worn and tired beyond her years. Rick looks preternaturally youthful. He's been having all the political fun. She's been raising the kids, home-schooling them, and caring for a three-year-old with a potentially fatal genetic condition.

Frankly, I don't care what happens to Rick or his political future. I hope he goes far, far away. He's been a menace to the Republican Party, tainting the entire GOP with his rigid statements about women, sexuality, and religion. But I feel for Karen and the children, especially the boys, who are obviously at an awkward age. Their discomfort shows on their faces. They need to get off their father's stage and to resume their own anonymous adolescent lives again.

Congratulations, Karen and children. You survived. Now may your thrive.