Stop telling Santorum to quit!

Posted: April 6, 2012 in 2012 elections
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speaking at CPAC in Washington D.C. on Februar...

speaking at CPAC in Washington D.C. on February 10, 2011. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Anybody who believes that the continued pursuit of the nomination by Santorum and even Gingrich will somehow hurt the Republicans chances in the Presidential election is really just well,  WRONG.

Whoever our nominee is will be running against BARAK HUSSEIN OBAMA.  Despite any hard feelings that may be generated by the primary process, there is no one who opposes Obama that will vote for him because of the nastiness in the primaries.

The only thing that will matter is that our candidate must be unrelenting and merciless in his “attack” on the President.  I hope that Romney or whomever can unflinchingly “beat up on” Obama.  McCain didn’t have the stomach for it.  We need someone who does.

In the past, political power was transferred by murder or war or violence of some sort.  These days, at least here in America we really just talk really, really awfully to our opponents.  It IS ugly, but it’s much better than blood in the streets!

Moran

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  1. greatshades says:

    I don’t think that anyone should tell any candidate to quit. They’ll quit when they want to. But, the candidate you are describing there is Paul. Further, the reason that the media have been ordered to ignore him is because he WILL hurt the Republican party. They can’t win without the help of Ron Paul supporters and we aren’t budging. Ron Paul is polling VERY well against Obama, BTW.

  2. mindofmoran says:

    Well, no I’m talking about Santorum, but your point is well taken. Ron Paul is up against the establishment full force. He has not had a fair shake from the beginning.

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