Skip to comments.Santorum: Romney running "desperate campaign"
Posted on 03/25/2012 9:08:28 AM PDT by jimbo123
Coming off a decisive victory in Saturday night's Louisiana primary, Republican presidential candidate Rick Santorum is blasting Mitt Romney's campaign as "desperate" and lacking in message - and one that will be unable to effectively go head-to-head with President Obama come November.
Santorum, in an interview with CBS' "Face the Nation," contended on Sunday that Republican voters want to elect a nominee who has "their principles written on their heart - not on an erasable tablet."
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I am sure that he is still clueless, that they have him eating out of their hand. But the MSM certainly marvels at how successful they have been up to now, in that regard.
What ever, babble on Rick, you won't listen to sound advice regardless.
I would vote for Newt today and Romney is my 2nd choice. I did like Santorum but he has really changed my opinion of him...I don’t like him and liked him a lot in the past.
Newt differentiates conservative issues from liberal ones while looking like a grown up. Rick doesn't seem to be able to do that.
I don't think so. Santorum's gaffes have a shorter shelf life than an open can of soda. I thought "take one for the team" would haunt him. Didn't happen. Then I figured for sure that saying Romney and Obama are interchangeable would sink him. Nope. I'm beginning to think this fellow could stand up and sing the Soviet anthem in Arabic and it wouldn't matter.
Newt in the meantime gives amazing policy speeches and has the White House responding to him. But it doesn't transfer to actual votes. Go figure.
NOT ROMNEY IS MY POSITION AND ALL THE DELEGATES THAT NEWT OR SANTORUM OR EVEN PAUL GET PREVENT HIM FROM WINNING THE NOMINATION.
ROMNEY MUST FALL SHORT OF THE NUMBER OF DELEGATES FOR NOMINATION.
IF ONE OF THE THREE WANTS TO SELL OUT AND GIVE ROMNEY THE NOMINATION, SO BE IT, BUT WE’LL KNOW THEIR TRUE COLORS IF THEY DO IT.
If this debacle moves to a brokered and they throw Jeb into the mix there will be much blame thrown at Santorum and Romney. I do not like Jeb Bush.....period.
I have read the records of both Santorum and Romney and nwither appealed to me. I still hold out hope for Newt or Sarah if we are lucky..
The political reality of today is, one does not win elections by insulting the people voting for you, or especially by alienating the majority and limiting your self to a fanatical, singular fringe.
If it goes to a brokered convention, it will be someone like Ryan, Palin or Newt, who appeals to all sides. That possibility is every bit as realistic as any.
It could also be forced into a broken nomination, where a 3rd Party can emerge and be competitive.
Give me a break!!!
Mitt Romney did not unleash gay marriage on America.
You make the claim, then support it with facts, not political hearsay.
Do your own research, liberal. You’ll learn more that way.
Well, I am 77—have been a christian conservative all my adult life.
I have never been called a liberal till now.
Again, you need facts.
Surely they wouldn’t put another Bush in! But never say never.
So your defending Romney here. Swell.
FReepmail Antoninus to be added or removed.
Why? To hit up those folks for whom he will be “better than Teddy Kennedy”? Bob
And you need the man parts to face the fact that your boy Mitt is as much a liberal as Hillary Clinton.
I have NEVER defended Romney on any issue. My post meant Santorum needs to be humble, not arrogant like Romney.
It is now mostly Santorum’s inflated ego and stubbornness that is keeping him in. If nothing else, he plans on living comfortable from here on out, just on his 15 minutes of fame. As far as his political future, he will be pretty much done after this election is over. Nobody will offer him a VP or cabinet spot, like some think.
Surely they wouldnt put another Bush in! But never say never.
I am tired of the Kennedy and Bush families. Heck, I’m tired of all the career politicians. They NEVER go away!