Tuesday, April 3, 2012

TO SANTORUM: GET OUT!

The cartoon certainly gets a chuckle but there is nothing funny about the lies and fabrications being loosed by Rick Santorum against the GOP front-runner Mitt Romney. The former Governor has weathered the brutally dishonest attacks from Newt Gingrich and just as the gentleman from Georgia starts loosing steam and toning down his rhetoric a new contender for most asinine and contemptible emerges in Rick Santorum. I won't bother listing the many atrocious fatuous lies and misrepresentations the former Senator has uttered because the cartoon speaks volumes. Sufficeth to say that Santorum has become the number one Obama surrogate in 2012. After the Wisconsin primary today let's hope that Santorum will finally receive the message from the American electorate... GET OUT!

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8 comments:

Anonymous said...

PN, So many leaders like DeMint, Ryan, Rubio, and Bush are saying what is obvious: time to put an end to the silly and destructive campaigns of the two rodeo clowns.

On the other side we have Sarah Palin saying, 'oh anything can still happen" with her fingers crossed behind her back.

Every day that Newt and Rick are allowed to continue their own selfish side shows, is a better day for Obama.

It's time for a couple of 2x4's over their heads. We can't beat around the bush and be nice anymore. Time to get serious. Time to start embarrassing the hell out of them.

-Martha

BOSMAN said...

Santorum is hoping to replace Biden on the Democratic ticket.

Ohio JOE said...

Jumping up and down like spoiled brats calling for the nomination to end is just plain childish especially when many states have yet to vote. It is time to calm down and take a chill pill. Let's let things play out instead of using bully tactics.

GetReal said...

OJ, though some are certainly overreacting, the nomination process very rarely takes until all the states have voted.

Usually, candidates in a primary realize they are ultimately all on the same side and drop out once they have no chance of winning...or at least stop doing the other side's work for them by relentlessly bashing the one who beat them.

Terrye said...

OJ:

I think it is Rick that is the child here.

I think it will be hard to beat Obama..I would like to see our candidate have the best chance of that..that does not make me a brat..on the other hand, we have Santorum and his ilk who obviously are prepared to hold their breath until their faces turn blue rather than man up and do the right thing.

newark hawk said...

Once it became clear on Super Tuesday that they were not going to win the nomination, the ABR candidates should've stopped attacking the GOP front-runner and instead focused their attacks on the Democrats' presumptive nominee.

That is what Romney & Huckabee did in 2008, what McCain did in 2000, what Buchanan did in 1996 & 1992, what Bush did in 1980, the list goes on.

Santorum's continued attacks on Romney at this point in the nomination process are not at all in keeping with long GOP precedent.

Romney himself summed up the situation best when asked about Santorum's recent endorsement of Obama over the former Massachusetts governor: "It's all about Rick."

Yup, it's all about Rick, indeed.

dgenetaylor said...

LOL

Deila Taylor said...

Love the Seinfeld moment! Just get out --