Post Tagged with: "Rick Santorum"

Santorum Blows it on Transgender

Santorum Blows it on Transgender

Things have gotten so insane, so bad in American culture today, I’m starting to wake up wondering: Okay, who is doing to toss their mind in the trash can and join the inmates in destroying the asylum today. Today, the answer is Rick Santorum, affirming Bruce Jenner’s nonsense that he’s a woman.

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Santorum-backed Judge Rules Against Marriage

Santorum-backed Judge Rules Against Marriage

U.S. District Judge John Jones, whose nomination was backed by Senator Rick Santorum, not only attacked marriage recently, but said it was time to toss marriage onto “the ash heap of history.” This ignorance stems from not-knowing the original purpose of our legal system, and the ultimate acknowledgement of where law comes from.

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Left Bashes Santorum Charity, Gives Pass to Obama

Left Bashes Santorum Charity, Gives Pass to Obama

There really is no hypocrisy too low for the Left, is there? MSNBC’s Martin Bashir, not content that he and his fellow “mainstream” media Leftists have driven Rick Santorum out of the presidential race, had to get in one final (I realize I could be speaking too soon when I say “final”) swipe at at conservative by bashing Santorum’s charitable giving.

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Additional ‘Mischief’ Exposed

Additional ‘Mischief’ Exposed

How to explain to “the man on the street” that a candidate challenging the leader drops out while two other non factors remain undaunted? I mean, Senator Santorum, with 281 delegates and with the Pennsylvania primary just two weeks away, concedes to a “leader” who has averaged only 41% support. Meanwhile, Gingrich vows to continue to the convention while amassing a meager 135 delegates. How can that be satisfactorily explained?

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Obama Wins 2012 Re-Election

Obama Wins 2012 Re-Election

You can mark April 10, 2012 as the day Barack Obama won his second term as president of the United States. Why? As the last reliable conservative drops out of the GOP primary, it becomes clear that the liberal GOP establishment has succeeded in shoving a pathetic excuse for a Republican down our throats and insisting we like it. The GOP fatcats never seem to learn: the base won’t accept a liberal, no matter what letter he has after his name. The Republican establishment has virtually guaranteed an Obama win in 2012.

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Richard Viguerie on Santorum Meeting with Conservatives

Richard Viguerie on Santorum Meeting with Conservatives

Richard A. Viguerie, Chairman ofConservativeHQ.com, issued a statement regarding a meeting today that various conservative leaders had with Rick Santorum regarding his presidential campaign.

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Would You Vote for a Candidate Who…

Would You Vote for a Candidate Who…

If you are a Republican, would you vote for a presidential candidate who…Pushed a government health care scheme onto the people, forced a free people to participate in his government health care scheme, created a socialized health care scheme that provided $50 abortions, believes in the hoax of anthropogenic global warming, pushed cap and trade taxes and regulations onto people, and more liberal ideas?

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Political Musings for the Week Ending Mar. 17, 2012

Political Musings for the Week Ending Mar. 17, 2012

Political musings for the week ending Mar. 17, on subjects including: Newt Gingrich, Rick Santorum, the Tea Party, Barack Obama, media bias, interest rates, the economy, the Consumer Price Index, credit, Hillary Clinton, terrorism, international trade, Israel, North Korea and more.

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Republican race is just getting started

Republican race is just getting started

After Rick Santorum’s victories in Tuesday’s Alabama and Mississippi primaries, Mitt Romney told Fox News, “We’re not going to go to a brokered convention.” But those who put their money where their mouths are, buying contracts on the Intrade.com online prediction market, assess the picture much differently. The latest Intrade.com probability that the Republican nominee will be selected in a brokered convention is 21.5 percent. This same probability stood at 5 percent in early February.

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America’s White Hat

America’s White Hat

It is correct when viewing this election in terms of America’s continuation as a free and independent country or as one that will become enslaved as is the European’s lot.  The path on which our society has traveled in the last fifty years is not accidental. Neither are the intentions from a nucleus of socialist minded Americans who sadly have attained leadership positions. America needs the guidance of a traditional leader and Rick Santorum wears that white hat proudly.

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