As a Republican of national stature, it is expected that Santorum will eventually endorse Romney. His interview with Greta was interesting, though. I watched it. Greta asked him about endorsing Romney. He sidestepped the question and mentioned something about other candidates still being in the race. He did not endorse Romney during this first TV interview since he dropped out. Although nothing specific was said, it was obvious that Santorum was not enthusiastic about Romney.
I think that Santorum will eventually endorse Romney. It is what is expected of major players in the Republican Party. He may even talk about enthusiastic support for him. But it is obvious also that such an endorsement will be a reluctant one.
You are right aboout Santorum.
Turht be told, Romney is the antithesis to all of Rick’s values.
Rick is passionately pro-life—how can he support someone who gave MA the $ 50 abortion?
How can he support a man who was passionately pro-choice until someone gave him an Etch-a-Sketch?
What Rick does will forever speak volumes about his true character and his true purpose in this race.
To me, there is a clear choice—suppport Newt to stop Romney.
Romney is worse than McCain, and McCain was the biggest black eye the GOP-E ever gave to us and to America.
Their abuse has to end.
I think Rick’s endorsement is waiting on Romney’s family and Romney’s backers to loosen it with cash (or promises of campaign debt clearing help once he endorses Mitt). But not so quickly as to anger his supporters. It is all very much of a pattern.