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Wednesday, February 08, 2012

Santorum Stuns


Rick Santorum jolted the Republican presidential race Tuesday by winning nominating contests in Missouri and Minnesota and Colorado puncturing Mitt Romney's claim to be the unstoppable front-runner.
Mr. Santorum, a former Pennsylvania senator, won Colorado, a state Mr. Romney won by a wide margin in 2008.

29 comments:

  1. No money, no organization, no inside track with the 'republican establishment', no big backer from Vegas :)

    Kinda cheers me up!

    Never underestimate the power of a pickup truck

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  2. Maybe the Catholics were really stirred up by the letter from the Bishops about the government sticking its nose into the Catholic hospitals?

    ..........



    Pop Quiz on the Constitution

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  3. I thank my non-denominational supreme being every day that I live in a country where religious whackos like these are within striking distance of the levers of power. It keeps it fun.

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  4. interestinger, and interestinger.

    :)

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  5. Jenny: I thank my non-denominational supreme being every day that I live in a country where religious whackos like these are within striking distance of the levers of power.

    Pat Robertson carried Washington State in 1988. Doesn't mean squat.

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  6. Colorado and Minnesota were caucus states, they can be skewed by a whack job with true believers on the ground, that's how Pat Robertson won Washington State. Missouri was just a beauty contest, and Newt wasn't even one of the girls in the pageant.

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  7. Looks like the Republicans are trying to make my job a whole lot easier.

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  8. I trust that Minnesota has their finger on the pulse of America - what with the Jesse Ventura AND Al Franken elections, and all...

    Santorum received 26,000 votes in CO and 21,000 votes in MN. Dog catcher in Hoboken gets more turnout.

    A CIA drone airstrike vaporized ten Haqqani network fighters in north Waziristan.

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  9. I don't think the R's want to take over this mess of a country.

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  10. "I trust that Minnesota has their finger on the pulse of America - what with the Jesse Ventura AND Al Franken elections, and all..."

    Jesse did a great job until he let the spotlights blinded him.

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  11. We may wind up with a President that likes sweaters!

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  12. Santorum's got that far off, fervent, yearning look in the eye.....

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  13. I don't remember that about Pat Robertson, who not so long ago had the good idea of bumping off Chavez for Jesus. How'd he carry the pubs over on the west side. I must have been drinking that election cycle.

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  14. Iran has done anything in 2000 years outside it's bordersWed Feb 08, 09:58:00 AM EST

    Iran to deploy 15,000 troops to help Syria’s Assad

    The Al Arabiya news channel reported that Iran’s Revolutionary Guard has deployed 15,000 armed troops to Syria recently in order to help Syrian President Bashar Assad in his fight against opposition forces

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  15. WP: Robertson's campaign got off to a strong second-place finish in the Iowa caucus, ahead of Bush. He did poorly in the subsequent New Hampshire primary, however, and was unable to be competitive once the multiple-state primaries began. Robertson ended his campaign before the primaries were finished. His best finish was in Washington, winning the majority of caucus delegates...

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  16. Iran to deploy 15,000 troops to help Syria’s Assad

    Saigon. Shit, I'm still in Saigon.

    Let's not turn this into another Israel thread, Wio.

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  17. Looks who's calling the kettle blackWed Feb 08, 10:09:00 AM EST

    Wasp said...
    Demi, Kaballah is only for those of Moses' bloodline, not for brainless shiksas who smoke bath salts.

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  18. Jordan is PalestineWed Feb 08, 10:12:00 AM EST

    Rick Santorum’s claim that ‘no Palestinian’ lives in the West Bank

    “All the people that live in the West Bank are Israelis. They are not Palestinians. There is no Palestinian. This is Israeli land.”

    — Former senator Rick Santorum, Nov. 21. 2011


    Yeah...


    And he won last night...

    America spoke last light, are you listening?

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  19. Syria's a great place for PalestiniansWed Feb 08, 10:14:00 AM EST

    Rick said...



    “There are no Palestinians,” he told a questioner at a campaign event in Iowa.

    "All the people who live in the West Bank are Israelis. There are no Palestinians. This is Israeli land," he added.

    Earlier in December, another Republican candidate, former speaker of the US House of Representatives, Newt Gingrich, called Palestinians an “invented” people with the aim of winning the Israeli lobby's support.

    Santorum criticized Gingrich's comments as “provocative,” at the time when he was considered a hopeless back-of-the-pack candidate and not being taken very seriously.

    "The West Bank is part of Israel," which won it as "part of an aggressive attack by Jordan and others" in 1967. Israel doesn't have to give it back any more than the United States has to give New Mexico and Texas to Mexico, which was gotten "through a war," Santorum added.

    On Tuesday, Former Massachusetts Governor, Mitt Romney, narrowly defeated Santorum by eight votes to win Iowa's Republican presidential caucuses in the first vote by US Republican Party supporters, choosing a candidate for this year's presidential election.

    US Republican candidates hoping to challenge Barack Obama next November have been seeking to attract Jewish support by vowing to bolster US commitment to Israel if elected.

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  20. Looks who's calling the kettle black ...

    This thread. This one.

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  21. Wasp said...
    Looks who's calling the kettle black ...

    This thread. This one.



    Oh..

    the last thread was yours to try steer with an anti-semitic slur

    but this one I post this:

    The Al Arabiya news channel reported that Iran’s Revolutionary Guard has deployed 15,000 armed troops to Syria recently in order to help Syrian President Bashar Assad in his fight against opposition forces

    which is IMPORTANT and not about Israel and you say:

    Wasp said...
    Iran to deploy 15,000 troops to help Syria’s Assad
    Saigon. Shit, I'm still in Saigon.
    Let's not turn this into another Israel thread, Wio.


    Might I suggest you have Israel, Jews and Judaism on the brain.

    Get a life Ms T, Teresita, Zena, Wasp

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  22. Deuce said...

    "Why do we assume that dead politicians are any better than our live lot?"

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    One Example:

    Washington repeatedly put his life, his fortune, and his sacred honor on the line for liberty.

    Obama wouldn't put his skinny black ass on the line for a 5 year old white girl confronted with the tender mercies of a "Black Muslim Freedom Fighter"

    Washington was a literate, educated man.
    Obama has a bunch of fake grades, degrees, and books submitted and granted for economic and political gain.

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  23. Wasp said...

    Colorado and Minnesota were caucus states, they can be skewed by a whack job with true believers on the ground, that's how Pat Robertson won Washington State. Missouri was just a beauty contest, and Newt wasn't even one of the girls in the pageant.

    Wed Feb 08, 09:26:00 AM EST

    Wasp said...

    I trust that Minnesota has their finger on the pulse of America - what with the Jesse Ventura AND Al Franken elections, and all...

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    Santorum received 26,000 votes in CO and 21,000 votes in MN. Dog catcher in Hoboken gets more turnout.

    Amen

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  24. Dead Politicians came up with the US Constitution.

    Warren, Ginsburg, et al come up with Globalist SHIT.

    Obama decries the Constitution's "negative rights"
    (minor stuff like freedom from Government Oppression)

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  25. Santorum received 26,000 votes in CO and 21,000 votes in MN. Dog catcher in Hoboken gets more turnout.

    Page Refresh, Ad Banner Whore Matt Drudge Headlines Victory as more Momentus than Defeat of the Axis in WWII.

    NY Times ten times more responsible than Ad Whore.

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  26. .

    THE SAGA OF THE GREAT COUNCIL IS COMING!!!!!

    I mention this only because I see a couple of posters that don't show up that often are here today, Jenny and Doug (they seem to attract each other).

    At any rate, it will be a few days before it is completed and I am trying to include all the regulars. I will try to put it up late some night, going back a blog stream or two so as to try to main continuity (it will probably be a bit long).

    I will post a notice where it can be found for anyone interested.

    It may not be quite as good as the "Return of Bob" since it will be prose rather than poetry, but what the hell.

    A heroic theme, "The Great Council".

    .

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  27. "The Great Potlatch" sounds better to my western ears.

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