Hmmmm, more of Santorum being a “team player”?
The more I see and hear of this guy, the oilier he becomes to me.
I don’t like any of the present GOP nominees—but of the bunch, I could more happily vote for Gingrich than the rest.
I sure hope this doesn’t turn out to be another “hold youor nose and vote” election for me.
There’s not a decent conservative in the whole bunch—and while Gingrich is right on a lot of things, he’s sure been known to go off the reservation from time to time, too.
You should have double checked Cromer. The mess up is still on you and Ricky. Disorganized Rick strikes again.
Twenty Four hours in a day is an inconvenience, as is travel time. God only is Omnipresent.
There is no profit in insulting either Santorum or Newt, because if we are to beat Romney, one of them must be the candidate, so how on earth will we be able to take back all the insults. Only democrats get away with that.
Rick the RINO rises to the call of the RINOs of KANSAS!
Rick will go Romney in the end. Always has and always will go with the Establishment.
“...but faced grumbling from tea party activists for skipping their big rally in the state’s largest city.................
They spent $25,000 to rent the Century II arena in downtown Topeka and expected 1,000 to 3,000 people to attend.”
I live in Topeka; and, I have never heard of the Century II Arena, which it turns out is in Wichita. And, Topeka is not the largest city in the state...once again its Wichita.
If the media gets it wrong on the small details, think about all the big stuff that they miss. Every time I have seen a news article, where I was involved, or had immediate knowledge of the story, the media has screwed up something - names, titles, places. Every single time.
BTW, Google has already corrected the story.
My vote is for Santorum. The state has no other candidate left to vote for. Ron Paul is a loser. Newt Gingrich pulled out. And Myth is unelectable. You do the math and see why I will wholeheartedly support Rick Santorum.
“He chose... poorly.”
Where’s Newt??? Oh that’s right skipping another state he would have gotten creamed in. So he says, well I will just stay out of it so my forth placement won’t look so genuine. If Newt loses this nomination, it will be because he skipped most of the primaries/caucuses.
The GOP is no longer your grandmother’s GOP, cw. How often I have said that the Establishment owns both parties, and they like direction the country is being taken..,..straight toward The New World Order, clocking 200 miles per hour! That Santorum listened to them rather than honoring the conservatives in the Tea Party may well have been his death knell in this campaign. Pretty sad, for he has been saying all the right things, and has shown the aggressiveness needed to win. But one way or another, no conservative will be the nominee in 2012 anymore than he was in 2008! Dear God have mercy upon us! .....if only Duncan L. Hunter or Herman Cain......
HAVE YOUR FORWARDED THIS TO THE NEWT CAMPAIGN!!??????
It is too rich for words!
>> He suggested the GOP had discouraged Santorum from attending.
Hearsay, but it wouldn’t surprise me if true.
Santorum is an establishment bit player. He is regrettably center on critical issues and has the voting record to prove it. He’ll likely support SOPA type initiatives, and other legislation that further crimps Liberty.
I like Rick, he’s a good man, but not a Liberty leader.
We don’t have a Tea Party candidate. Newt ain’t Tea Party either. He supportd Cap & Trade and Healthcare mandates. A guy who is a fan of Wilson and FDR is not Tea Party.
Just because he says stuff doesn’t make it so. The last years of Newt are not Tea Party. He could change his mind on anything, anytime. That is Newt.
Practically the whole original article is a positive appraisal of Santorum's efforts in Kansas and hopeful gains...
..with one paragraph at the end about a few Tea Party organizers disgruntled with Rick's schedule.
Of course you choose to print the article highlighting the one paragraph .....
Glenn Beck has endorsed Rick Santorum and has done so passionately. This is surprising, as Beck had been critical of Santorum in the past.