Did Rick Santorum Stain Republican Party?

Did Rick Santorum Stain Republican Party?


we mentioned rick santorum is out of the
republican primary as sent oral permanently stained the republican party luis for lack of a
better term i know that that may be a funny way at the phrase it but descent
or leave a stain on the republican party by even having gotten this far i think
you with the stain on the country by getting this far sent arms stay in the country yet that’s incredible pretty much and if we look now at mit
romney had asthma ronnie brownie proposta defeat brock obama i mean i can imagine
that the discussions louis romney says uh… well uh… what about when you supported
partial birth above abortion brock obama an alarm will say well have a lot i
think that you didn’t it and what about when that ronnie says
what about that individual mandate that you supported in hand health care reform
and brock obama will say multi-threaded needed to end in
massachusetts and what about when of what about
universal health care over i think they both expressed that that that may be
something positive what about taking your guns away all will look at look at
some of the laws that that romney passes governor of massachusetts bay apa rocco
bombing your father was born in kenya met uh… your father was born in mexico so this is this guy is shaping up to
potentially be an interesting few months of campaigning here right they do you
think romney will try and avoid uh… those those talking points i don’t know i
really don’t know what his strategy will be i mean it’s not do you think in much
the way that mit romney big basically doesn’t talk about mormon is an except
when he has to he’s going to avoid all of these issues
on which he has flip-flop because it’s just about every
issue he’s flip-flopped on i think more likely than not uh… of romney himself and obama they’re not gonna mention this directly
to each other during debate is going to be more of an ad warrants can be on t_v_
and it’s gonna be trying to convince people that um… you know obama might be a moslem
adjustors and cousin a uh… that you know on the obama side
that romney is a flip-flop earth cetera i don’t know about the mexican town of
they’re gonna go that way but but i think that it’s gonna be more of
an ad war i don’t think i don’t think either of them are
preparing gonna talk about this stranded you’re probably right and that run is
already trying to hit back on some of the the the the beings that we’re seeing saying it’s
actually probable israel of waging a real war on women saying that the radio bombing years
women have suffered the president didn’t cause the recession he made it worse and
he made it look at what taking last even longer he’s made it harder for the
economy to recover as a result women have suffered and that women have bear
the brunt of those job losses i don’t think he’s going to really convinced to
many people that part already on his side with would
say that it so bob was waging the war on women i don’t see that is being affected yeah but we do know is effective to
blame the current president for her anything and everything who had just
just stating that they’ve done a terrible job is it right right so i i think we’ll be
hearing a lot about the unemployment rate and uh… the economy and that sort of
thing all of which by the way recovering very nicely uh… dispersed until

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22 thoughts on “Did Rick Santorum Stain Republican Party?

  1. Same here. When a guy who supposedly doesn't like gays talks about gay sex more than I do, and I'm a flaming borderline-nymphomaniac, there's something amiss there…

  2. Santorum did not stain the Republican Party. He underscored a fact about the Republican Party. He undersored the fact the Republican Party is dominated by religious bigots, because without them being a large part of the Republican Party, there is no way he could have come in 2nd to Romney.

  3. Whatever influence Santorum may have had on the Republican party, it's small potatoes compared to the real problems they face. For one, if they're going to present themselves as the party of Jesus (endorsed by God), they need to completely tear down and rebuild. There's nothing about the current incarnation of the GOP that is in any way (other than lip service) compatible.

  4. I think that the Republican party has done a fine job of giving themselves a bad rap all on their own. As a whole, the extremists have taken over the party, to it's detriment. Unless the moderates can somehow reel it back in, the Repubs don't have a chance in the general. Will be interesting to see how things pan out in 2016!

  5. Santorum stains sheets; why not an entire political party?
    I wish the media would offer a theological assessment of Mormonism, bringing it out of its non-Christian closet. (I'm writing theologically, not politically, here).
    On the political side, what about the "Mormon Prophet," the President of LDS, to whom Romney, and every other Mormon, is pledged in obedience to the Prophet's every command?

  6. Dropping out the race is the best thing he could have done. Peace Love & Unity Go USA Go Ron Paul 2012

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