SO let me clear up this fuzz one last attempt
You “don’t like” RS so you call for him to get out and support Newt - who has less primary victories, less delegates and gotten less votes than RS
but when I point this out, I am “disenfranchising” your guy and fuzzing up the math ....LOL! I’d say the GOP voters of Iowa, Kansas, Tennessee, Minnesota, Missouri, Alabama, Mississsippi, Colorado etc already disenfranchised your guy and fuizzed up his delegate count, as compared to RS
But wait, then you say “no one should drop out”
so which is it? RS stays in, right?
On to Louisiana
Let me make it clear for you. Newt should not drop out..Santorum should not drop out. I was hitting YOU on your harping that Newt should quit to be sarcastic.
YOU know Santorum does not have the most delegates and you know this election has gone up and down and anything can and will happen. DO NOT try to disenfranchise the Newt supporters and do not assume they will rally around Santorum.
BTW..Newt was not on the ballot in MO and that was just a beauty contest..no delegates awarded. Newt is picking up enough to keep this election wide open.
Santorum got a free pass through many states...the main focus by Romney was against Newt. See the Obama admin., Romney and the gop e see Newt as the real threat and know he will make big changes..they viewed Santorum as nothing..it wasnt until after Fla when little ricky fled home to do his taxes and visit his sick daughter that he starting winning.
He was never vetted to the extent of Cain, Perry or Newt but look out! he is not on all the districts in Illinois which will cost him. Don’t brag too much on vesty...it may come back to bite you in the ass.