So just who is Rick Santorum? What has he done to make him qualified to be president?
I want to hear from people from his home state… You guys tell me. I want to hear from first hand sources.
I know he’s conservative and pro second. That’s it. Now he’s a front runner.
I have a big problem with the Republican Caucuses. A lot of people who showed up had no Party Affiliation, or affiliations with parties other than the GOP. If this is a GOP Party Caucus – the only people voting should be members of the GOP, and I’d even go so far as to say Dues Paid, Card Carrying Members.
Letting these Primaries be open like they are – Non-Republicans are picking the Republican Candidates. And no one in the GOP has a problem with this? This is why we had McStain last time!
Romney is going to be the Man for the GOP. Like it or not. This isn’t official or anything, of course. But it’s a solid indicator.
The guy might be unlikeable on several levels, but I think he’ll make for a fine President.
A Bowl of Ramen Noodles would do a better job than what we have now.
Let me tell you, I like Sarah Palin. She’s a bit polarizing… of course that like saying that Cayenne Pepper is a bit hot. But that’s one of the reasons I like her. She flat out scares the Liberal Left. She embodies everything the Liberals tend to hate on. She gets Conservatives fired up, brings in the crowds, and brings in the funds. She is a serious political force to be reckoned with. This is why there has been a concerted effort since the beginning to ruin her. Much like Rush Limbaugh, “it’s cool” to dislike Sarah Palin. To dislike Sarah Palin is to take the more politically aware higher ground. As if there is a superiority factor to dislike her, and the Tea Party… just like using a Mac at a Starbucks. Continue reading