A brilliant speech. Should Santorum not be re-elected, let's hope that he stays in the public eye, shining his bright torch into the dark corners of the American polity. Like Nixon after his defeat as governor of California, Santorum is destined to come back, more mature and powerful, his views having been vindicated by the unfurling of events.
posted on 10/26/2006 11:09:07 AM PDT
I don't think he will continue in the limelight if he loses. I think he will focus on his family and end the chapter in politics. Remember everyone was touting about John Ashcroft after he lost and he did a quick stint on President Bush's team and then left the limelight. I believe both just got sick of having all this common sense knowledge that nobody listened too. I don't blame them for going into the civilian sector and doing something that would be appreciated. They served their country now it is time for them to spend with family and friends. But not Santorum yet. Goodness that was all hypothetical. Thank God my votes are in (well in the mail going towards America). Go Santorum!!!! A majority of Pennsylvanians think you are great!!!
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