By The Right Scoop


Earlier on the show, Romney called Santorum’s robocalls to Democrats ‘a new low’ in the campaign. In fact it was one of the first things he said, so I’m guessing he’s pretty ticked about it. But Santorum hit right back, saying that Romney playing robocalls of his 2008 support for him for POTUS must not be dirty politics, but Santorum reaching out to Reagan Democrats is?

Santorum went on to hit Romeny pretty hard, saying that because of RomneyCare and the state vs fed argument over government run healthcare, that Romney is uniquely unqualified to take on Obama in the general.

Here’s the full interview:

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  • http://twitter.com/PuritanD71 PuritanD71

    Loved this interview. Though I should not have been surprised, I was stunned that Romney was complaining about a robocall that Santorum has encouraging Dem voters to vote for Santorum.

    I loved Santorum’s response and his continuing to put the pedal to the metal. Here is to Santorum hope in winning MI

    • Rshill7

      There will be four voters in my buggy in about half an hour here in Michigan headed to the polls. None of it’s occupants will be voting for Mitt. The polls opened 15 minutes ago.

      There will definitely be some democrats voting for Santorum because they think he’s the easiest for O’ to beat. I don’t know about that. He might be easy to beat, by somebody, but not by Obama. This guy’s gonna be tossed out on his ample ears!

      I want Newt but will vote for Santorum because I want Mitt to lose his home state. How cavity inducing sweet would that be?

      Michigan! Let the games begin! Varooom!

      • BankGuy

        Any indication yet if Romney is spending a bunch of money bussing people in and feeding them lunch in order to get them yo the polls to vote for him today? This is a typical Dem strategy and would assume Romney would pull something off like this.

        • Rshill7

          Not that I can tell. I was voter number 14 this morning. We live way up north near Alpena. If he’s doing that it’s probably in the much heavier populated south. We got approximately 5 robocalls yesterday from Santorum and Romney. I hung up on them all.

          I know of at least one democrat that said he voted for Santorum this morning, as a “trojan horse”. Get it? Oh that’s so funny I forgot to laugh. I’ll remedy that right here though…Aaahahaha.

          I voted for Rick, because I want Newt! My wife voted for Newt because she also wants Newt. My daughter voted for Newt too, and my son voted for Ron Paul. Ok shut up. We’re all about freedom here :-)

  • http://twitter.com/PuritanD71 PuritanD71

    RS,

    You should put up the Romney interview as well. The idea that Santorum’s comment that Pres. Obama was being a “snob” for wanting all to go to college as incendiary was hilarious; demonstrating how out-of-touch he is. It also proves our worst fears that Mitt has no problem taking off the mittens when attacking a fellow Republican but puts them back on when speaking about Obama.

    • StrangernFiction

      Willard thought the snob comment was incendiary?

      • http://twitter.com/PuritanD71 PuritanD71

        I know! I almost woke up the kids, laughing so hard at that comment.

    • M_J_S

      Kind of like…mmmm. McCain?!

  • StrangernFiction

    Asking Democrats in an open primary to vote for you, oh the horror.

    • wodiej

      kind of pathetic you can’t get enough Republicans to vote for ya. lol

  • Is_Sense_Common

    I’m no fan of Mittens, as you probably know… However, Rick needs to direct his ire at Obama. Too much bickering. Let Mittens sit out on the corner with his sour grapes & whining. Provide your vision against Barry. Help us see what you’re gonna do to bring him down & bring America back.

    • http://www.facebook.com/people/Steven-Valdez/1806887704 Steven Valdez

      Romney is attacking him, Rick is countering back, I don’t think he can just let him go unpunished and just ignore him. He’ll be ready for Obama if he wins the nomination.

      • librtifirst

        Maybe Rick should talk about how Romney has to hand out “fake” homemade signs to the crowd, because they can’t get supporters who will do it themselves. Check out this video.

        Or how Romney is paying people through the unemployment office to stand on the street with his signs.

        This guy called the Iowa outcome before hand based on Iowa voter fraud experiences from the past. He shows how elections are stolen. Expose the fraud, and Romney goes down.

      • Is_Sense_Common

        He should bat him away like a fly and repeat frequently that the focus is on Barry. Make Mittens look like the whiny crybaby he is when he’s not getting his coronation as quickly as he wanted it. It’s not doing the GOP any favors to continually get mired down in these intra-party attacks. People are mad at Barry & his healthcare & his apologizing. Keep hammering that.

    • nibblesyble

      I agree!

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Steven-Valdez/1806887704 Steven Valdez

    Democrats voting Rick Santorum is operation chaos for Mitt Romney.

  • jzaik

    I’m praying that Flip loses tomorrow. At this point in the game, I get my jollies from seeing Flip Rominee’s campaign tailspin into the ground. And watching the GOP establishment spin with him.

    Imagine if he loses MI and AZ.

    • http://www.facebook.com/people/Steven-Valdez/1806887704 Steven Valdez

      I wanna see the GOP establishment heads explode if Romney can’t win MI.

      • kong1967

        I just wanna see establishment heads explode period.

      • MLCBLOG

        Oh, yeah!

    • librtifirst

      Agreed. I just found this video a while ago. Expose the fraud, and Romney goes down.

      He mentions RP, but tells how these things are rigged at the state level. He has been a vote fraud watcher since 79′.

    • wodiej

      Romney is not going to lose Arizona. He is up by double digits. Michigan appears to be very close.

  • BMinPA

    If dems vote for Rick it is not because they have turned conservative. They want to help the weaker, in their opinion, candidate. However, they might have come to the conclusion that in fact Mitt is the weaker candidate and go out and for him. If they are confused, they might just sit it out.

    • kong1967

      This is why open primaries need to be banned. The opposing party should not be able to vote in a primary to weaken the outcome. It’s BS for both sides, but I have a feeling libs take advantage of it more because they are so deeply involved in fraud all the time.

      • BankGuy

        What’s good for the goose is good for the gander. Romney used indies and libs to vote for him in NH. Now it’s come back to bite him.

        • kong1967

          No doubt. I don’t see a problem with tactics that obey the law. I have a problem with the law itself.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Randall-Pickard/100003011397298 Randall Pickard

    I like that Hannity finally asks some tough questions of a conservative – and Santorum nails them.

    I remember the soft ball interviews that Hannity did with Sarah Palin a few years ago. Those did not help her at all, in my opinion.

  • PVG

    I like Rick more and more. He seems to be more relaxed and not taking things personally. He is growing by leaps and bounds!

  • Sparky5253

    Hope Romney and Santorum chew on each other so both lose. I could care less how many Detroit cars Romney owns. I could care less about contraception, Satan and “God’s Will”.

    The issues are jobs, debt reduction, the economy and homeland security. Newt is the only candidate consistently talking the issues, offering solutions and going after Obama!

    Furthermore, Newt was the first candidate standing up for the troops and speaking out against Karzai and the barbaric Muslims.

    Newt is the only candidate capable of dealing with the crisis America is in.

    • Major914

      I’d be thrilled to have Newt as president! I’d be quite happy with a Santorum candidacy too.

      But you are in the minority in not caring about God’s will.

      I am sure that never was a people, who had more reason to acknowledge a Divine interposition in their affairs, than those of the United States; and I should be pained to believe that they have forgotten that agency, which was so often manifested during our Revolution, or that they failed to consider the omnipotence of that God who is alone able to protect them.

      George Washington

      Statesmen, my dear Sir, may plan and speculate for Liberty, but it is Religion and Morality alone, which can establish the Principles upon which Freedom can securely stand. The only foundation of a free Constitution is pure Virtue, and if this cannot be inspired into our People in a greater Measure than they have it now, They may change their Rulers and the forms of Government, but they will not obtain a lasting Liberty. They will only exchange Tyrants and Tyrannies.

      John Adams, 2nd President of the United States

      • Sparky5253

        Santorum has totally derailed the GOP election form the important issues which every American is worried….jobs, economy, debt reduction.

        America is per capita, in worse financial shape than Greece. GDP is not covering the debt. Peoples assets are devaluing and they will not be able to afford retirement. Obama is taking the country to the brink, and America’s enemies are sabre rattling.

        God’s Will is the last thing people should be worrying about right now.

        And, I would be very concerned that a candidate in the lead is so out of touch with what is so critical at this point in time.

        You can have your God’s Will. I would rather have a secure nation and a fiscally healthy nation for my children.

        • Major914

          Impossible to have the latter without the former. It appears you make an artificial division, and are wrong about what voters care about.

          You are also wrong that Santorum has somehow single-handedly derailed the primary. I don’t see that he has derailed anything–he has done the nation a great service in bringing out all the substantive issues–not just a few poll-tested and politically correct issues–that we need to be wrestling with as a democratic society.

        • http://onthemark1.blogspot.com/ On The Mark

          During the campaign, Newt has been talking more about God than Santorum has. He has expressed his convictions that intrinsic to our national identity is our acknowledgement of and deference toward God and that our prosperity and security are born of those characteristics of our national identity. As a result of that astute awareness, Newt’s conclusions regarding the significance of “God’s will” are diametrically opposed to yours.

          • wodiej

            “Just so I tell you, there will be more joy in heaven over one sinner who repents than over ninety nine righteous persons who need no repentance.” Luke 15:7

        • nibblesyble

          I think you represent a lot of people who just want the economy to improve so I appreciate that. Yet Newt has been out there talking about all the issues and God and how important God is to the founding of the nation and how much He is needed going forth. You can have both Sparky!

          • wodiej

            Couldn’t agree more. But I think the point some are making and the problem is people who call themselves Christians are assimilating to Santorum based on religious beliefs alone. That’s a huge mistake.

            • nibblesyble

              Yes I believe that Santorum has been caught in a trap of his own making. He says that he wants to talk about his economic plan but always gets bogged down with his religious stances…not all his fault but he should be able to deflect the MSN and say what he wants to get across. He needs to be able to reach out to the rather larger majority of people in the party that don’t put social or religious issues as the forefront. I think Newt is able to swing both, hence why I support him.

          • Sparky5253

            Newt is also Catholic and speaking about God in terms of the Constitution.

            Santorum is a rigid Old World Catholic and he is using emotional demagoguery to sway voters his way. Protestants must be cringing every time he speaks. I am a Catholic, and the religious dogma Santorum is bringing into this campaign makes me nervous and very wary of him being anywhere near the Oval Office.

            Furthermore, how many decisions a President must make, have ANYTHING to do with religion?

            The US is in a fiscal crisis. I think Newt is still the best candidate because he is knowledgeable, level-headed, has proven fiscal record, and will take a strong stance against America’s enemies. Newt has a clear, concise, measurable plan.

            Santorum is undisciplined, too emotional and does not inspire any confidence that he is actually capable of the job.

      • wodiej

        it doesn’t matter if one cares about God’s will or not-thy will be done whether they like it or not!

    • librtifirst

      This is a news report that points out the economic outcomes of each candidate based on their plan.

      • wodiej

        Gingrich policies would create 6.6 million new jobs in first two years of presidency and balance the budget by the end of his first term.

        http://www.newt.org/news/gingrich-policies-would-create-6-6-million-jobs-in-first-two-years-balance-budget-in-first-term/

        Newt Gets Dynamic by Stephen Moore WSJ

        http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424052970203960804577243314236012998.html

        • librtifirst

          There are going to be a lot of people estimating these things for one political reason or another. I guess that you just have to pick your source, or figure it out for yourself somehow. One thing that I can be sure about is that it is all just talk in campaigns. In the five presidential elections that I have voted in, I have found that none of them did what they said they would. Partially due to the fact that they cannot do it alone, and also because they are just liars. They usually turn right around and do the opposite. Now, I just vote for the biggest freak of an anti-establishment guy, if there is one. If there isn’t on in the republican party, I’ll vote for some independent or libertarian. They won’t make it in, and have the chance to screw us over like the rest.

  • xam3991

    Let’s make it happen, lets make sure Rick Santorum wins at least MI.
    Make calls for him, spread the word, tell your friends, tweet it, Facebook it, etc. etc.

    Let’s send out a shock wave to the establishment and the media..

    • MLCBLOG

      SHOCK WAVE!!! Hope we’re gonna see it.

  • stage9

    Do you know what’s fascinating? Santorum is nailing the historicity of the “separation of church and state” issue dead on…but what’s really saddening, is that most people completely disagree with him and think that what he’s saying is actually historically inaccurate. It isn’t. He’s amazingly accurate when he speaks about founding principles.

    It’s truly sad that this is where we’ve come as a nation. This is how far removed from our founding principles we’ve slid; most Americans haven’t got the slightest clue regarding the Christian values that formed this great Republic. I’m afraid, that unless we have another Great Awakening in America, we won’t survive another generation.

    • http://twitter.com/PuritanD71 PuritanD71

      Watching the rerun of O’Reilly and Brit Hume has no clue as to why Rick is so opposed to JFK speech line. He thinks that it is political malpractice. Geez, these guys need to get out more often and meet with the people of fly-over country.

      • StrangernFiction

        I don’t watch Fox, but i will make an exception tomorrow if Santorum wins Michigan.

      • DevastatingLegDrop_22

        The defense of Kennedy seems especially unwarranted given his most recent place in the news. But surface people will always keep JFK on a pedestal. It doesn’t matter how many books come out about his depravity.

        • http://twitter.com/PuritanD71 PuritanD71

          That is true. Yet, he did have some good moments with the greatest amount of tax cuts prior to Reagan.

        • NCHokie02

          True. I was surprised, well not really, to see a book coming out by a girl who was an 18 yr old intern who lost her virginity to him and had an affair with him in the white house. Clinton must have had JFK as his role model.

          The real reason Kennedy is so famous is because he came from an affluent family and was assassinated.

    • Sparky5253

      You won’t survive another generation because of the horrific federal debt and the anti-capitalist business climate.

      I wonder how important religion will be when you have no job, your house is in foreclosure to the bank, and the US has become like Greece.

      • stage9

        I disagree. You have it backwards. Why? Because an immoral but prosperous people only speed their own demise.

        Morality undergirds decisions. If you’re a greedy, low down, thieving politician…more prosperity won’t help your downward trajectory, it will actually speed it.

        Unless America remembers what built her — faith in practice and the moral values required to keep it — she will NOT survive.

        Our problem is a HEART problem, not a MONEY problem. Greed and thievery got us here, and that is a moral problem. More money won’t satisfy greed. Money won’t change Washington’s lust for power or their determination to snatch liberty.

        Solve the moral problem and God will prosper us again. I guarantee it. Otherwise, we’re wishing on a mirage. Historically, every nation that has traveled down the road to immorality has never survived.

        • http://www.facebook.com/people/Steven-Valdez/1806887704 Steven Valdez

          Well said S9!

        • wodiej

          there are many who cry Lord, Lord who are the biggest hypocrites around.

        • Sparky5253

          So, your solution is to legislate that everyone must be Christian and moral.

          Oh right, they tried that once. It was called the Holy Roman Empire!

          Dream on!

          • K-Bob

            So, you like to make up things and argue against your new, improved, fantasy version of someone’s argument?

            They tried that once. It started the entire leftist way of thinking. No logic. No fact. Just make stuff up.

            Fantasy on!

    • NCHokie02

      Agree. I wish he would just ask people, when questioned about this, “Where in the Constitution is the separation of church and state? Where is that line in the US Constitution?”

      The answer of course is NO WHERE! It was in a letter from Jefferson to Madison (or vice versa) where he referenced it. Thats it. People hear “separation of church and state” and they think that it means freedom FROM religion. I don’t know how courts enforce these aethists liberal secular agenda of removing prayers and the ten commandments from schools and such saying it’s against their 1st amendment rights. NO IT ISN’T!!! You have no right to not be offended! The 1st Amendment says “Congress shall make no law…” How is displaying the ten commandments or a prayer in a school equal to “Congress making a law respecting the establishment of religion”????

  • http://twitter.com/CharlieZangelQQ DaMz

    Why I’ll NEVER vote for Romney : http://bostoncatholicinsider.wordpress.com/2012/01/10/former-vatican-ambassadors-pro-family-advocates-misrepresent-romney-record-on-defense-of-marriage/

    He’s a flat out liar, to hide the fact that he’s just like Obama.
    He trampled ALL OVER the Mass constitution and hasnt batted an eyelash about it.

    also fibbed about the contraception law in Mass too forcing the people ofCatholic institutions to commit a mortal sin and damn their souls: ( but I’m the bad guy if I dont vote for him, heh! )

    http://bostoncatholicinsider.wordpress.com/2012/02/26/fact-check-followup-regulations-prove-romney-wrong-on-emergency-contraception/

    What the hell is wrong with this country that they would even THINK of voting for this guy knowing these facts? or are they not checking ?

    • stage9

      When you have the power of the establishment behind you, you can twist and dodge; manipulate and lie, and it’s all done with a smile and a handshake.

      But thinking people know better. Discerning people can see through the smokescreen.

      This will really light you up:

      The Mitt Romney Report: LIBERAL POLICIES THE NEWS MEDIA WILL NOT TELL YOU ABOUT ROMNEY
      http://massresistance.org/romney/

      • http://twitter.com/PuritanD71 PuritanD71

        Interesting site, thanks for the link. It would seem that they put a bit of time in making sure they have their sources right.

      • http://twitter.com/CharlieZangelQQ DaMz

        Thanks I’m quite familiar with the site.
        keep passing it around so people know what a snake he is.

  • http://mediadecoder.blogs.nytimes.com/2011/12/29/an-election-year-dawns-without-keith-olbermann/?src=tp Unicon

    Congratulations to Rick…and the Daily KOS.

  • http://onthemark1.blogspot.com/ On The Mark

    The Flipper is running scared in his home state. Next to Newt’s domination in SC, that’s the best news I’ve heard throughout this campaign. “Uniquely unqualified” is an apt description of Romney’s unelectability.

  • stage9

    CHECK THIS OUT!

    Romney on Taxes: ‘I Want to Make Sure We Maintain the Progressivity of the Code’
    http://cnsnews.com/news/article/romney-taxes-i-want-make-sure-we-maintain-progressivity-code

    Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney said on Fox News Sunday that he wants to maintain “the progressivity” of the tax code so that as Americans make more money they are required to surrender increasing percentages of their earnings to the federal government in taxes.

    • StrangernFiction

      This is a very interesting exchange S9, and everyone should check this out. But he actually says, “Well, obviously, I want to make sure we maintain…….”

      Romney is basically saying is, “Well of course I’m not going to do anything drastic like do away with the progressivity of the tax code. What idiot would do something like that? What do you think I am, some kind of severe conservative?”

      Very reminiscent of his comment on the very poor and the safety net. This guy is so obviously NOT a conservative. And this is why I will NEVER vote for this man. I will never reward the GOPE for shoving this guy down our throats. NEVER!

    • NCHokie02

      I watched him on that show and it just reinforced why I don’t support him. RS had a clip up earlier of Romney saying that he would keep the tax bracket “the same or more” for the top 1% of income earners. The same or MORE??? How is that different from Obama??? I truly don’t understand how people can support him. Plus he plans to cut capital gains and dividends tax for people making under $200,000 dollars. News flash Mittens, if you make under $200,000 you probably aren’t making a killing in capital gains and dividends. And while getting rid of that tax may help a few it’s not going to launch any into the upper class of income earners or anything like that. Maybe a couple people will be able to take their kids to disney land once a year now. Thats about it though. Especially if you live in a large metropolitan area, $200,000 isn’t much at all. It boggles my mind.

  • sara holy land

    I like him, he is so humble and honest.
    And above all is right in analyzing what is being said by X,Y,Z

  • kong1967

    I agree. Obama will drive that home over and over and over and over.

  • JoeMontana16

    Santorum can’t say much, as Newt said, he is a liberal Republican. More of a blue dog Democrat. Again Newt is kicking butt and taking names. Hope he can do better.

  • wodiej

    You aren’t qualified either Santorum.

  • http://twitter.com/ARTHUR_SWE ARTHUR STEINBERG

    Rmoney is uniquely unqualified to do anything for TEA party/Conservative cause and principles.

    Golden words from Santorum

  • denbren52

    Concerning JFK’s speech in 1960, I find it interesting that, following that speech, Kennedy went on to take the Oath of Office in January 1961 and in 1962 prayer was banned in public schools forever. The following year, reading the bible was banned in public schools. Later in the 60s the sexual revolution began. In 1973, Roe v Wade.

    With 20/20 hindsight it is easy to see where and when the slow and steady moral decline of America began. And now we can see that it was firmly rooted in that speech: “The separation of church and state is absolute.”

    Once again Santorum is correct. Now, I have to get to the polls. I have a vote to cast.

    • Patriot077

      Though this is OT, Kennedy was also the one that put us on the road to unions for federal employees. It was his E.O. that set the course when even FDR stated that public employees could not possibly serve two masters.

  • salg01

    right a successful businessman and successful governor is unqualified to be president over a man who was just a senator, laughable.

    • Trust1TG

      Romney was successful as businessman and governor due to knowing how to suck lots of moolah from the government teat…in the form of billions in bail-outs.

      Bain got bail-outs. The Salt Lake City Olympics got record-breaking bail-outs 1.4 billion plus 342 million. Romneycare was underwritten by the US taxpayer. The state of MA got enormous earmarks and US taxpayer dollars to balance its budget.

      Despite all of that, MA was still 47-49th in growth and job creation. It was still the MOST liberal state in the Union. Bain was gloriously profitable, but drained pension funds away from workers and got government bailouts to ensure his profits.
      Romney has been involved in Medicare fraud and other scandals. His lobbyists still kept the money and influence flowing from DC to help him out.

      Northeastern University economist Andrew Sum, who has researched Romney’s record, said the state lagged the U.S. average during that period in job creation, economic growth and wage increases.
      “As a strict labor market economist looking at the record, Massachusetts did very poorly during the Romney years, he said. “On every measure you’ve got, the state was a substantial under-performer.”

      At a campaign rally here on Saturday, Romney’s supporters handed out flyers promoting the candidate’s economic credentials, a central theme in his campaign, saying he had “closed a nearly $3 billion budget deficit without raising taxes” during his term in Massachusetts.
      But the $3 billion deficit projected by Romney and state legislators in January 2003 at the start of his administration never rose that high because a surge in capital gains taxes more than halved the shortfall to $1.3 billion.
      While Romney and the state legislature cut $1.6 billion from the 2004 budget, analysts noted he also generated more than $500 million by raising fees and by closing corporate tax loopholes — actions considered tax rises by some businesses.

      “There’s never been under his watch an economic turnaround to speak of,” Michael Widmer, president of the independent Massachusetts Taxpayers Foundation, told Reuters.
      “We added a few jobs over the last three years of his tenure but very few. He also raised corporate taxes and fees.” (http://www.reuters.com/article/2008/01/20/us-usa-politics-romney-record-idUSN2033704120080120?sp=true)

      Romney really has no success at all – economically, politically, conservatively or ethically.

      Then there are Romney’s lies, eight documented lies in the FL/CNN debate and the last debate…and the lies continue in his ads.

      • http://twitter.com/PuritanD71 PuritanD71

        Thanks for the great reminder. I try telling others the same thing. Just hope that they “listen”. I lived in Mass when Romeny was governor for a time. Ugggh!

        • Trust1TG

          If Romney is elected, we will have good reason to fear and expect deception and corruption almost as much as with another Obama administration.

  • ryanomaniac

    Since all these candidates aren’t optimal at all and I have big concerns about all of them I will have to say Newt may be the guy. Ugh… The guy can spar which will be much needed to hit the media. I’m that worried about Obama as much as I’m concerned with the MSM. The propagandists. We could beat Obama on his own but not with idiot press that will do everything to destroy his opponents. Its gonna get real ugly. 2008 wont be squat to what it’ll be this time.

    Edit: This was in response too salg01

    • Sparky5253

      You are right. 2012 will be ugly and Newt is the only candidate who is the polar opposite of Obama. This CLEAR choice is what is necessary for voters because they will stick with Obama rather than try to pick someone out of the squishy middle.

      These past 2 weeks, Santorum has showed his true colors and they are more RINO than Conservative. He is now pandering to Big Labor and Democrats. He is a desperate man who has been reduced to peddling emotional demagoguery than a solid Conservative platform.

      Romney and Santorum cannot win against Obama because they are so similar to Obama. Neither will debate effectively against Obama.

      It comes down to who you want in the Oval Office: Pastor in Chief, Obama-Lite or Newt, the mature statesman.

      Newt remains the clear choice for voters who are strategic thinkers and who really want to win!

  • ryanomaniac

    Rick I love ya brotha but you cant use the argument that Romney cant go toe to toe with Obama because of Romneycare. You cant go toe to toe with Obama on organized labor which is equally as bad as Obamacare. Why? Because organized labor is gonna help the president get out the vote for him. They are gonna intimidate, they are gonna hustle people. They are gonna march in the streets and make Hell. They are Obama’s right hand men.

    Rick you can do better. Lay off that argument cause it’ll blow up in your face. Friendly advice to a guy that can do better than this.

    Great interview otherwise. Maybe this thing is coming together for him. Keep your head on a swivel buddy and don’t let the media beat you up.

  • Trust1TG

    Listening to the first 3-4 minutes of this talk by Newt will convince you Santorum is right:
    Newt Gingrich – http://kitmantv.blogspot.com/2009/11/part-ii-part-iii-part-iv.html

    But, I still believe Newt is the best candidate for this job.

  • Sober_Thinking

    Romney can dish it out but he can’t take it. What a corrupt cry baby.

    He’s the one who threw first mud!

    • MiketheMarine

      Yep…