Wednesday, January 4, 2012

Santorum with Onion (Archive)


Santorum calls for the removal of big government from the election process.

WASHINGTON, DC — Citing the "extreme inefficiency" of this month's U.S. presidential election, key Republicans called for future elections to be conducted by the private sector. 

"When the average citizen hears the phrase 'presidential election,' he thinks of long lines at polling places and agonizing waits as election results are tallied," U.S. Sen. Rick Santorum (R-PA) told reporters Monday. "Putting the election of our public officials into the hands of private industry would motivate election officials to be more efficient."


"There's too much talk about the accuracy and fairness of our national elections, and not enough about their proficiency and profitability," Santorum added. "Who bears the brunt of bureaucratic waste? Taxpayers."


"Hey, you got Santorum on my Onion!"

"You got Onion in my Santorum!"

Reese's Santorum Cups: Two great tastes that taste great together.

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