Skip to comments.Rick Santorum offers a winning message
Posted on 04/09/2012 7:29:32 AM PDT by DBeers
Culture Challenge of the Week: The Truth About Rick Santorum
The challenge for any presidential candidate is to get his message out. For Rick Santorum, that has been an extra-tough challenge.
As the conservative standard-bearer, Rick has faced more than his share of antagonism and message-distortion from the liberal press. His response? To stand his ground and proclaim a bold message that resonates in the hearts of all Americans who actually get to hear it.
Rick is the real deal - a man open about his beliefs, authentic in living those convictions and compassionate to the plight of American families. And while he unfailingly supports the pro-life, pro-marriage values platform, his most powerful winning appeal may reside in how those values intersect with his understanding of sound economics.
In the recent Louisiana primary, Rick won not only conservative voters, but also moderate voters. Significantly, he won those voters for whom the economy matters most.
How did he garner that support? By communicating to Louisiana voters his bold economic plan - a plan often overlooked by press members eager to paint Rick as concerned only with social issues. The truth is that his economic views are why he is best poised to beat President Obama, because he understands that economics are woven into every aspect of our lives.
How to Save Your Family: Support Ricks Economic Freedom Agenda
The media is hiding the fact that Rick is a champion of economic freedom - and that he understands better than any other candidate the root cause of poverty in America and our ever growing nanny-state. Little-known is the fact that he has the experience learned in the school of hard knocks in Congress and the Senate to know how to push through his bold economic agenda for our future.
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I think he found something that few others have bothered with in his idea for eliminating the tax on manufacturing. In fact when we look at the whole thing, I think he calls for the largest total combined tax cuts.
There are still a lot of people who have to wake up and sniff the coffee. This thing is over. Even Gingrich pretty much admitted that yesterday.
The media is hiding the fact that Rick is a champion of economic freedom
Don’t blame it all on the media. Rick has to share some of the blame. He allowed himself to be derailed from issues people care about and tried to be the Pat Roberson of the 21st Century. It didn’t work for Pat in 1988 and it didn’t work for Rick in 2012. Nobody gives a crap if a 17 year old buys a condom on Saturday night or if soldiers have sex if women are allowed in combat zones. Sorry Rick, your Economic message is too little too late. You were the Conservatives last hope, but, you couldn’t stay on message and now we’re stuck with RINO-Rom.
Some pretty bitter coffee when you consider the fact that Romney has virtually no chance of winning against Obama.
Why bring up this dead horse issue? We have the Republican nominee...Mitt Romney...now who will you support...Mitt or Barack?
There are the useful idiots that support Obama and there are the useful idiots that support Romney -I am neither.
I support and defend God, the Republic, Life, Liberty, and Limited Government.
I will not vote for nor contribute to or support the spineless progressive known as Romney.
I will vote for the principled conservative choice for all offices and where there is no principled conservative I will write one in.
I personally think it was the plan all along.
After all, winning means you actually have to do something but there’s some awfully heavy lifting to be done. That comes with blame.
..Let's hope truth and facts will become the norm now...
....rather than the previous smears, falsehoods, ridicule and antagonism from many news organizations....
One can hope!
Be careful what you say around here, there are some extremely bitter people. I basically said the same thing a few days ago and was called all sorts of names including “p***y” (by a woman) and that I wouldn’t fight for our country. After I let her in on my 3 tours to Iraq she said my service was wasted because I never really got it. This place is about to go into total meltdown.
The GOP can kiss my vote good bye. I WILL NEVER VOTE FOR A CULT MEMBER.
Mormons are a CULT plain and Simple, no different than Scientology.
“Nice ... the political equivalent of the school yard punk asking the dweeb if he wants a punch in the face or a kick in the nuts. I’ll vote for the one that represents “conservatism”, thank you very much, and that is “none of the above”. The bullies never learn until dweebs pack up and fight back. It’s about time we genuine conservatives did just that.”
You nailed it so_real. Thank you.
“Christians bringing Prestige to Pagan Religion of Mormonism”
I think he found something that few others have bothered with in his idea for eliminating the tax on manufacturing. In fact when we look at the whole thing, I think he calls for the largest total combined tax cuts.Are you looking at a website comparing tax policies of the different candidates?
I hope he sticks it out. I’m glad Newt is too, because I feel there is still a chance for a brokered convention.
Now that is truly amazing, I lived in Salt Lake City, Utah for thirteen years and never realized I was living in the midst of crazed cultists...dang, they seemed like very decent people to me who loved God, family, and country. I guess that is kind of radical.
I don’t need to see that trash site you posted to know about Mormons...I do sincerely feel bad that you have decided to support Barack Obama but, then he isn’t a “cultist” is he?
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