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    The only way I'd use run and Santorum in the same sentence is for Republicans to run as far and as fast as they can AWAY from this guy. This guy is EXACTLY what's wrong with the GOP, demonizing people on "social" issues to the point of scaring off independents from their economic message.
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    Your right. I can not for the life of me understand why the GOP base does not get the fact that people do not want to be told how to live there life's. The sad thing is it may take two or more elections for the point to be made loud and clear if they get it ever. You can not legislate morals.
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    @truthsayer As long as the GOP allows people like Ricky to hold positions of influence, they will most certainly keep trying.....
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    The worst possible candidate they could nominate. I can see democrats lining up to contribute to his campaign.
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    On behalf of Comedy Central and SNL, I wholeheartedly endorse "Rev. Frothy" for another run, especially if he chooses Christine O'Donnell as his running mate.
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    I expect he'll make another run at the White House, and I'm glad of it. Comedy gold would certainly ensue, as it did during the GOP primaries.
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    YES! YES! and YES! I would love to see Rick Santorum run. I supported him in the primary and would avidly support him again. The ideal ticket would be Santorum / West.
    For those who believe he would implement his faith on them.....that is just not true. He respects free will as a gift from God and knows that each person will make their own choices when it comes to their faith or lack of it. He will however avidly defend each persons right to practice their faith / or lack of it as they choose.
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    @woodtick57 - Give me a quote of that. I just don't believe you, as people like to twist the words of Republicans to mean something they didn't say. Remember Romney and the "I'm not concerned about the very poor"? Give me a quote where Santorum says: I want to make the U.S. a theocracy.
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    @Neo_NtheMatrix he stated several times tat he feels Us laws should be changged to be in line with his mythical god''s laws. Why don't you know this about a candidate for POTUS? are you really that poor of a citizen?

    it's been a while since the primaries.lets see if i can find one of the links....here we go. i still had this one marked. i believe it's somewhere in the middle of the cultfest, you'll just have to suffer through to find it, I guess...
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    @woodtick57 - What? I never heard Santorum say any such thing. To complicate matters, where is this supposed link you're talking about?
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    @PNWest I'll bet you would. I'd also wager heavily on it having nothing to do with what's best for the Republican Party either.....
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    @LGRepublican nothing has anything at all to do with what's best for the republican party... nor for the democrats. it's all about what's best for the nation.

    PALIN/BACHMAN in '16?
    the world needs the laugh
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    The guy who openly states he wants to turn the US into a Theocracy? Worst. Candidate. Ever.

    if he's already expressed his desire to break the oath of the office, i think he is done already...
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    @puppybrownie - Liberals are always very open to any and all ideas, so as long as they fit inside their rigid thinking. No willingness to see the other side's point of view. So sad...
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    @puppybrownie

    Don't recall ever making that claim. Just tired of Republicans and Democrats continually running this country into the ground and choosing worthless scum as their figureheads.
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    @Neo_NtheMatrix

    First of all I'm more on the conservative side than liberal by a long shot. Also, liberals are open to all ideas but have rigid forms of thinking? I'll let you think over that statement a bit.
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    I hope he does run. He'd be a welcome and refreshing change of pace from what we are currently seeing. Rick is a clean and decent man. He's honorable raised his children, is strong in faith, and believes in an America that can succeed. He understands America is a Christian nation, birthed on the virtues of hard work, rugged individualism, family, community, and self accountability. He will stop the war on Christianity.

    Truth be told, he should have been our nominee this go around. Alas, the liberal media picked out their opponent and Romney was christened as our standard bearer.

    Please Rick, I hope you will consider a run in 2016. We will be in a much more desperate place by then and could really use a real president.

    Signed,

    the American People
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    Lol you said the same of Romney..
    An McCain....
    I bet Sarah palin should run for prez too, right?
    HAHAHA
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    Lol also what war on Christians?
    It's on our money, our pledge, out government buildings, our laws...
    Get over yourself, you won't be happy until everyone has forced church attendance with Texas style attacking collars ...
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    The US is not a christian nation.

    Why is it that the people with flags and eagles in their avatars (or the word patriot in their moniker) usually the least informed about their own country?
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    @Cool_voter - I never said any such thing about McCain or Romney. In fact, the only good thing about either of those tickets were Palin and Ryan. I'd still support Ryan if he ran. In any event, Santorum would be a great moral and inspirational leader especially in regards to our social issues. Ryan would be great on the fiscal end. Either way, more than 50% of Americans believe the country is on the wrong track with obama at the helm. Time to get on the right track.
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    For addressing our fiscal problems, Romney was the better choice. I do look forward to Santorum pushing a balanced budget amendment though. Would prefer him to still be my Senator.
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    I don't believe he is a viable candidate for 2016, could be wrong, but he won't get elected unless he mends fences and slows down on his personal beliefs.
  • #145
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    I would love to to Rick Santorum run for president in 2016, and the rest of my party would love to see him run for president as well. The only thing that would make me happier is if he would make Sara Palin his v.p.
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    No, he is a continuation of the failed political parties of the last few years. We need someone who is not entrenched in Washington, DC politics. Maybe a business person (male or female) who has run a major corporation without running it into the ground.
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    If tomorrow we all woke up and it was 1848 i'd be all for this lubricated piece of feces running for office. He'd be a man of the times and would surely lead this country down the traditional path of division towards the correct course of a bloody civil conflict. Its 2012 can we start getting scientists to run instead of completely dissillusioned morons like this ahmish hole.
  • #139
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    As a republican I wish this moron would just switch to a new party and take all his Neocon, Teatards and the rest of the moronic bigots with him. The 1950s are over and it was never as good as these idiots claim it was. Bring respect back to the Republican Party, when Ron Paul is the closest one to being sane then there is a major problem.
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    If he wants the GOP to continue its decline, then absolutely, he should run. His rhetoric and the beliefs and words of people like him are part of the reason why Obama won, in spite of the odds.
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