Someone Shut Santorum Up

It’s time for Rick Santorum to find a new job. During a speech to employees of USAA, Santorum, regurgitating his tired message of the lack of difference between Obama and Romney stated, “we might as well stay with what we have instead of taking a risk of what may be the Etch A Sketch candidate for the future.”

Excuse me? Did he just suggest that Obama was a better alternative than Romney? And by extension, a Republican? Has Rick Santorum gone off the deep end? Any Republican that would utter such a phrase has to be on the lunatic fringe. Who’s side is he on? Maybe he’s a mole, a closet Democrat planted long ago to serve up false-flag issues that the left can use to round up every last moderate in America.

Santorum is clearly out of his league, a two-bit actor failing miserably on the national stage. He has been in the spotlight too long. His weaknesses are too visible. He is hurting the Republican party. Santorum has been played as a mark several times by the lame-stream media, tricked into discussing social issues that should be tucked away for another election. He has no strong message to voters. He clearly doesn’t know when to shut his trap. He has alienated the female vote and, now, handed the left a gallon of gas to throw on the fire.

The entire country, politically active or not, knows this an big election. Epic. And we have this amateur running around suggesting Obama is a better choice than a Republican. Enough is enough. Somebody drop the curtain on this sad excuse for a Republican.

4 Responses

  1. I agree……….it’s time for him to GO! This statement was CRAZY!

  2. I heard and read the statement, I dont like to BS backpedaling, he blew it and needs to face the fact he’s not ready for prime time. Going forward from here tells me it’s more about what Rick wants than what this country needs,

  3. When will someone vet Santorum?
    Rush Limbaugh and other conservative talk show hosts have expressed their support for Senator Santorum. Senator Santorum said he is a Conservative and not a candidate of the Republican Establishment; a candidate of conservatives loyal to the Republican Party and not ready to align with the new American Conservative Party. Rush Limbaugh has said repeatedly, “I am not a Republican, I’m a Conservative.” Rush Limbaugh has often criticized and condemned the main-stream news media for failing to vet President Obama while intentionally but secretly ignoring skeletons from Santorum’s closet. For reporters supporting President Obama’s reelection to ignore Santorum’s less-than-honorable past is expected; the President has a better chance of winning against Santorum than against Romney: But Limbaugh’s hypocrisy is inexcusable because he does the same things he publicly condemns others for doing.

    Here are examples of vet-able stories ignored by Rush Limbaugh:

    Santorum put the screws to elderly veterans. http://www.disabledveterans.org/2012/01/22/santorum-put-the-screws-to-elderly-veterans/

    Santorum: “Libertarians have this idea that people should be left alone, be able to do whatever they want to do, government should keep our taxes down, keep our regulations low, and that we shouldn’t get involved in the bedroom, we shouldn’t get involved in cultural issues. That is not how traditional conservatives view the world. There is no such society that I am aware of, where we’ve had radical individualism and that it succeeds as a culture.”

    How Corrupt Was Santorum?
    http://andrewsullivan.thedailybeast.com/2012/01/the-corrupt-christianist.html

    Santorum charity for the poor spent most of its money on management, political friends
    http://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/santorum-charity-for-the-poor-spent-most-of-its-money-on-management-political-friends/2012/01/11/gIQAGDKVwP_story.html?hpid=z11

    Why Rick Santorum’s Pennsylvania Residency Scam and School Tuition Fraud Still Matters – And Why He Can’t Be the Nominee Because of It
    http://hillbuzz.org/why-rick-santorums-pennsylvania-residency-scam-and-school-tuition-fraud-still-matters-and-why-he-cant-be-the-nominee-because-of-it-95754

  4. Ahem… Santorum’s not saying Obama and Romney are carbon copies of each other. He knows they are different and are from different parties as well (he’s not an idiot, people). All Santorum’s saying is: “Why go through all the hard work of electing Romney, when he agrees on many of the same issues as Obama?” Santorum is basically saying: Why change shirts if both shirts are dirty? Granted they’re different shirts, they’re both just dirty. It’s an effort that doesn’t have much purpose. That is all.

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