Discussion in 'Politics' started by Amelia, Feb 18, 2012.
This is a big problem for Republicans. We hand this sort of narrative up on a silver platter.
Obviously the left has determined that Santorum is going to be the nominee.
Has anyone told Romney yet?
lol - I bet he has mixed feelings about the White House turning its fire on Santorum.
Another defeat from the jaws of victory moment from the week. We had Obama on the ropes and then our side does something as tone deaf as this:
Absence of women at birth-control hearing prompts larger question - Post Leadership - The Washington Post
And before Joe comes in and points it out .... yes, Romney serves up his share of the softballs our side pitches to the Dems.
Amelia,it makes you wonder if its engineered in some fashion for the farleft to win,veru very careless.
Romneys going to edge over santorum just on this issue alone...
Romney can't even win his own state.
No one wants Romney.
Worst case scenario, it's snatching defeat from the jaws of defeat.
Look at his voting record..hes a total big spending,fiscal liberal...
Romney is probably the best qualified potential President we've had in decades. His problem is that he's not 'one of the guys'. Frankly, I don't want to elect 'one of the guys', I'd rather we elect a smart President. The sad thing is that some Americans are more concerned with shit than smart.
Rasmussen: Santorum Opens 12-Point Lead Over Romney
Wednesday, 15 Feb 2012 01:20 PM
By Paul Scicchitano
Building on his triple play of victories in Minnesota, Colorado and Missouri, former Sen. Rick Santorum has now surged to a 12-point lead over Mitt Romney in the race for the GOP presidential nomination heading into a key battle in Romney’s home state of Michigan.
Political analyst and Democratic pollster Doug Schoen tells Newsmax that Romney’s presidential bid is in “deep trouble” and his campaign badly needs a win in the Great Lakes State before heading into the do-or-die Super Tuesday contests on March 6, where voters in 10 states will pick their candidate to become the GOP presidential nominee.
“Romney is in deep trouble. He’s out of arguments. People don’t buy the central premise of his candidacy that he’s a businessman who can get things moving again,” Schoen said in an exclusive interview on Wednesday. “He’s entirely negative — whether it’s about President Obama, Newt Gingrich and now Rick Santorum. And Rick Santorum’s ad basically sums up the case against Mitt Romney: He’s a serial attacker who offers nothing other than negative ads, super PACs, bundlers and special interest money. It’s a recipe for failure.”
Read more on Newsmax.com: Santorum Opens 12-Point Lead Over Romney, Rasmussen Poll Shows
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