Monday, January 2, 2012

Santorum in Heat

From HuffPo:
The latest poll of Iowa's likely Republican caucus-goers provides more evidence of a race headed toward a photo finish, with Ron Paul, Mitt Romney and a surging Rick Santorum running within two percentage points of each other.
To be honest, I'm a little shocked that everyone seems so surprised about the surging Santorum running toward Romney. While the media was busy ignoring our sticky little friend, Santorum was running in Iowa. Deprived of things like handlers or money or an actual campaign, Santorum chose to concentrate specifically on the Iowa caucus, and has been all over the state for months.

Could he win the poll on Tuesday? Maybe, but it looks more likely that he'll be a close third or second to Romney's win. But as the lower-performing Republicans are forced to drop out of the race (I'm looking at you, Bachmann), it looks as though Santorum will be one of the few who remain. A shot a the vice presidency, now, doesn't seem that far-fetched for our old pal.

This is good news.

You're here reading this disgusting and depraved blog, so I really shouldn't have to tell you that Rick Santorum is unelectable. You know that when a person's singular purpose in life seems to be to alienate as much of middle America as possible, they're not going to be able to win a national election. And whether he's making the claim that the Democratic base is struggling single mothers or insinuating that black people shouldn't be pro-choice because of slavery, nothing alienates people like Santorum.

No, it is not.

I say good for Rick. Let's spread that Santorum all over the GOP. Because while all the candidates are a bit pathetic, Rick Santorum is the dumbest bigot of them all, and I'm fairly certain that's not what most Americans are looking for in a president.

8 comments:

  1. We predicted yesterday that Ricky Ticky would win Iowa. Fingers crossed that we're right. It would be great! (mycatsaredemocrats.blogspot.com)

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  2. If Mr. Frothy wins in Iowa today, I can't wait to see how the Republican hierarchy reacts. I don't think it will be pretty.

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  3. DOES ANYONE KNOW ANYTHING ABOUT THE LAWSUIT AGAINST THE CREATORS OF THE SANTORUM DEFINITION THING?

    IT SPEAKS ABOUT THE LAWSUIT HERE:

    http://santorum101.wordpress.com/2012/01/03/what-is-santorum/

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  4. I’m uneasy with the notion of advocating for Santorum to win the GOP nomination. I actually voted for Dubya in his first Republican primary—in Tennessee you choose one party’s primary or the other—fearing that if McCain were nominated he might actually win, whereas no one with half a brain would vote for Bush when he plainly fell short of half a brain. Imagine my dismay. I now believe there is no one so stupid or depraved that he will not have a sizeable demographic supporting him, possilby on the very basis of that depravity/stupidity.

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  5. While trying to learn more about my ex-senator's rapid ascent to the top of the Iowa caucuses tonight, I came across what I guess you (Jocelyn) believe to be a satirical and witty website concerning Sen. Rick Santorum. I believe it is inflammatory and without wit [sic] and borders on libel. As Sen. Santorum said tonight, the Founding Fathers wrote laws (our Constitution and Bill of Rights) that protect our God given right to free speech. They were also intelligent enough to create libel laws to deal with ilk [sic] such as you!

    If I were you, I would be ready to shut down this website/blog at a moments notice. You never know when a loyal supporter of Sen. Santorum might decide to report it to his/her state Attorney General for slander and defamation of character.

    PS I am not saying I would do that, but I have copied a few of your more deragatory works into my files. Please keep that in mind when you author further stories about Sen. Santorum. Thank you.

    Sincerely,

    Bill H.
    Bethlehem, Pa.

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  6. Good morning Mr. John Mayer,

    You didn't by any chance attend a private boarding secondary school in southeastern Pennsylvania did you?

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  7. Let us hear the conclusion of the whole matter: Fear God, and keep his commandments: for this is the whole duty of man. For God shall bring every work into judgment, with every secret thing, whether it be good, or whether it be evil. —Ecclesiastes 12: 13-14 KJV

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  8. This site is the most ignorant, classless site I have ever seen. It's a sad day in America when we can't stand up for what we believe in because it doesn't conform to the standards of "political correctness". Rick has every right to believe in his stance when it comes to the homosexual agenda and in no way deserves to be disrespected to the point of turning his name into a crude sexual by-product because of that.

    It's hard to understand why values and traditionalism can be looked at in such a disrespectful way.

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