CBS accuses Santorum of comparing Obama to Hitler

The MSM must really be fearing a Santorum nomination because once again they are taking Santorum’s words out of context to suggest something he didn’t mean. In this case, they are suggesting that he is comparing Obama to Hitler. But guess what? I’ve got video that gives the full context of his statement. First the article:

CBS – Republican presidential candidate Rick Santorum flatly rejected suggestions that he likened President Obama to Adolf Hitler Sunday when he used an analogy comparing the 2012 election to the buildup to World War II.

“No, of course not,” Santorum said dismissively when asked by a National Journal-CBS News reporter whether he was comparing the two. “The World War II metaphor is one I’ve used 100 times in my career,” he insisted. …

During an event in Cumming, Ga., on Sunday evening, he discussed Americans’ uncertainty about entering the war because they hoped Hitler might not be as dangerous as they feared.

“We’re a hopeful people,” Santorum said. “We think, ‘Well, you know it’ll get better. Yeah, he’s a nice guy. I mean, it won’t be near as bad as what we think. This will be okay.’ I mean, yeah, maybe he’s not the best guy after a while, after a while you find out some things about this guy over in Europe who’s not so good of a guy after all. You know what, why do we need to be involved?” Santorum said.

Americans need to get involved in the upcoming election, he said, in the same way they needed to get involved in fighting Hitler in World War II.

“So with the optimistic spirit of America, sometimes, sometimes it’s not okay. It’ll be harder for this generation to figure it out. There’s no cataclysmic event,” he said.

Now, here’s the video:



Santorum makes the point of why the greatest generation is called the greatest generation, and it’s because they were there for American when it needed them, at a ‘time of great peril’, and they did great things. And his larger point from there is that we can be like the greatest generation because our country needs us right now.

But this is where the MSM acts as though they don’t understand what he was saying. He then makes the point that the challenge we face now is not as clearly defined as was the challenge for the greatest generation, that is WWII. And yet still, even they sat on the sidelines for a year and a half while Germany plunged Europe into darkness. Why did they wait, he asks? He answers it this way:

Because we’re a hopeful people. We think, ‘Well, you know it’ll get better. Yeah, he’s a nice guy. I mean, it won’t be near as bad as what we think. This will be okay.’ I mean, yeah, maybe he’s not the best guy after a while, after a while you find out some things about this guy over in Europe and he’s not so good of a guy after all. ‘But you know what, why do we need to be involved? We’ll just take care of our own problems. We’ll get our families off to work and our kids off to school, yeah we’ll be ok‘. That’s sorta the optimistic spirit of America.

But sometimes, It’s not OK. It’s going to be harder for this generation to figure this out. There’s no cataclysmic event. It’s going to be hard.

You understand it, you’re here. You wouldn’t be here if you don’t get it. But what about the rest of America? Do they understand what is happening?

He’s really just comparing this generation to the greatest generation and why this situation is going to be harder for our generation to grasp. It’s that simple. There was no Hitler/Obama comparisons made.

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89 thoughts on “CBS accuses Santorum of comparing Obama to Hitler

  1. I will vote for any republican nominated to eliminate “Obama/Hitler” from the White House. Nuf said.

  2. Look regardless of who you like in the campaign, the way things have come down over the last 8 years has become a charachature of what the vetting process should be. I want to SCREAM at the TV/Computer/Radio every time I hear the “got you” vitriol form EITHER side.

    Don’t you ever just want to look at the reporters and say: who are you voting for? is this biased in any way?

    I understand it has always some what been this way, not a naive person at all. I just have this over whelming feeling that society has come to this because everything in life is a “got you” moment.

    I often joke the invention of 2 TV products will be the fall of western civilization: 24 hour news and Reality TV. Running man any one?

  3. I do not think Santorum is comparing the Liar-in-chief to Hitler here but I for one think O is much more dangerous than Hitler. Hitler was a liar and O is the biggest liar I have ever heard utter a word. That is saying alot when there is Nancy Pelosis and Harry Reid to complete for the title, Number One Liar.

    1. Yeah, Obama is the most Hitler-like president we’ve ever had. The comparison between the two is sometimes uncanny.

  4. Oh sure like the left didn’t compare Bush to Hitler 3 times a day for 8 years. Give me a break.

    ABO 2012

    1. Oh, but of course you are correct. The proper response to misbehavior by your opponent is to repeat that same behavior yourself.
      Comparing Bush to Hitler was stupid. Why then do you do the same damn thing re: Obama? Faced with those attacks Bush won twice. Maybe the lesson to be learned is to oppose the policies of your opponent rather than making historically false charges and attacking the character of the opposition.
      What is better, having your candidate win the election or making yourself feel good by making outlandish charges that only appeal to people who are already going to vote for the candidate you support? If you want to win the election you are going to have to persuade millions of undecided voters to support your candidate. Comparing Obama to Hitler, or Stalin, etc., will not accomplish that goal. And when Obama is reelected all you will have to do is look in a mirror to fix the blame.

      1. Oh yeah because that’s how the democrats always get elected right? Give me a break. Obama opened every speech with “the good news is that George Bush is no longer going to be president”. And the morons all clapped and cheered every time. He spent all of ’08 running against Bush (and Bush wasn’t even the guy running). He didn’t have to run against McLame because McLame was too busy following your advice.

        The high road is nothing but a road to defeat. You have to fight fire with fire. It’s the only thing that works.

        1. That’s right. Part of your house is on fire so let’s torch the other side. That solves the problem.
          It is people like you that give conservatives a bad name.

          1. The quote refers to forest fires not house fires. Ever hear of a back-burn? Way to show your ignorance.

            1. Yes I am familiar w/ forest fire fighting techniques. I also know, based on your comments, that you suffer from COD, Compulsive Outrage Disorder, a chronic disease that blocks the ability to consider any opinion except your own as being legitimate.
              When the Republicans lose in November it will be because of people like you who make it impossible to gain the support of that part of the American electorate needed to win the election. Making things up and constantly exaggerating issues and excoriating your opponents will not win the votes you need to place a conservative in office. That is a fact. You have basically said that it is o.k. to distort the positions of the opposition and resort to telling outright lies to gain your ends. I call that dishonest and dishonorable at best and destructive to our political process. You say Democrats get elected by distortion and obfuscation and so Republicans are justified in doing the same. That tells me you do not have faith in the truth and legitimacy of your own beliefs.

              1. I didn’t say anything of the sort. You’re reading that into it. Those are your strawmen knock them down by yourself pal.

                ABO 2012

  5. You deny Santorum compares Obama to Hitler and as I go through the comments I see some people comparing Obama to Hitler!
    I have heard Obama called a a Nazi and a Communist. I have yet to have anyone explain how anybody could possibly be both a Nazi and a Communist. Hitler himself identified Communism and Russia as the mortal enemies of Nazism. Criticize Obama but get your facts straight. How can you expect to beat the guy when you write things that are plainly false and a waste of time. I suppose next you are going to say he is a Muslim. Or maybe he is not a citizen. Get real people. This election is going to be won by convincing a MAJORITY of the electorate to vote REPUBLICAN. Spouting juvenile drivel about Obama and Hitler DOES NOT ADVANCE THE CAUSE.

    1. For the record, I for one didn’t compare Obama to Hitler; I compare him to Stalin, which I feel is a much more suitable role for him.

      1. I hope that makes you feel good….too bad it does nothing to advance your cause with those you must persuade if you have any realistic hope of having your candidate actually win.

    2. For the record, I for one didn’t compare Obama to Hitler; I compare him to Stalin, which I feel is a much more suitable role for him.

  6. CBS who. I don’t know who that is. It that a comedy show? I heard there were a bunch of clowns on it. Maybe sometime when I get tired of watching real news, I’ll check out their comedy show. I think it’s funny that they expect people to pay attention to their BS.

    1. And Brit Hume is qualified to address the subject why? Who is Brit Hume? A journalist? And yeah, how accurate are those idiots, like, ever?

      Santorum has the pulse of Americans who see a totalitarian state forming — egged on by radical fascists and incompetent and spineless RINO elites.

      Santorum is appealing to the sentiment that has been lying dormant for so long. We WILL NOT — and I don’t care how much we appeal to some idiotic secular authority — return to our founders’ view of Constitutionalism until we FIRST return to the founders’ view of God. PERIOD! Abandon God — relegate Him to the dustbin of history — and America will fall like a rock. America will become something, but not a Constitutional Republic. It will fail like every other secular system has failed.

      And you can bank on that.

      I say, stay on message but be a true Conservative and address both the fiscal AND social epidemic in the country. This is a both/and problem, not either/or.

      1. You better read some history. The Framers of the Constitution drew up a document designed to keep Religion out of the Federal Government. A true conservative would know this. Read the document. It specifically states that no religious test shall be required to hold public office under the Constitution. Keeping religion from intruding into government helps to insure the freedom to practice the religion of your choice. The overwhelming majority of the Framers and the Founders would be appalled at your assertion.

        1. Nonsense. Nobody, except you perhaps, is talking about a religious test under the Constitution. There is nothing about the Declaration or the Constitution intended to restrain individual citizens from applying their own religious criteria to determine who they believe they should vote for–quite the contrary altogether.

          And a true conservative would know that…..

  7. Santorum is not that bright. His mouth runs before his brain engages. He is like Joe Biden….a gaffe a day!

    Satorum is the rabbit who runs after everything. He cannot stay on issue and gets totally distracted by everything the media or anyone else throws his way.

    Nobody on the Left is afraid of Santorum, and those who should be afraid of him are Conservatives!

    Somebody give this guy the hook already and lets get back to the real issues of this election – debt reduction, jobs, national security, and Iran!

    1. Santorum is absolutely correct, it’s the ill-informed and the intellectually deficient who can’t seem to connect the dots.

  8. If it isn’t Fox News Cable on TV don’t believe it. If it isn’t Rush or Levin saying it on the Radio don’t believe it. If you want the truth the best place to find it is on the internet but be careful to cross reference everything to be sure. Let’s face facts, the left/progressives has control over all TV Media, Hollywood, the Boobtube, and our Schools.

  9. Lets see. Santorum was ahead of Romney in Michigan by double digits last week. We naturally expected the Romney attack ads to start up big time, and they have. Now enter the LSM as a backup for Romney (read – Obama wants Romney to win).

    First it’s ‘Santorum hates women’, next it’s the ‘Obama’s Godless theology’ claim, then it’s the standard ‘he called Obama Hitler, my God!’ claim. What’s next?

    Looking back to Michigan, the polls say his lead has shrunk to 4% points.

    It’s going to be a very tough campaign for Rick and/or Newt, with the LSM fully in the Obama tank, the unending Romney smear ads, the threat of Trump going 3rd party if Romney doesn’t get in, and God knows what’s next.

    I’ve never seen a tougher campaign season and it’s just beginning. Grab your combat helmets, lock and load, and get the truth out there whenever you can. We can beat the LSM, but it won’t be easy. It’s a minefield out there.

    1. Unbelievable, the PHONY OUTRAGE AND HYPOCRISY of the lefty/socialists and it’s watchdog the Mainstream Media!!!

  10. Well said Santy! Now stop being so defensive about your beliefs. Obama is no Christian and based on his belief that the unborn have no right to life, he is the same as Hitler; Him, along with those that run that demon house that is Planned Parenthood. Fear not Santy, more Americans than you have a clue are thinking the very same things you are saying and are wanting to say.

    UN

  11. For those of you who are tired of people pointing to Santorum’s defeat in Pennsylvania as being such a big, hairy deal, Doug Ross has a really well done exposition of the reasons why Rick Santorum lost to Bob Casey in that year of major Republican losses.

    1. What happened in Washington? Millions of jobs lost. The largest deficit ever. An arrogant government out of touch. “Pennsylvania deserves a senator in touch with Pennsylvania… we need someone fighting for fair-trade laws, that don’t give away our jobs… someone who will stand up against the partisan politics in Washington… someone who’s fiscally responsible… who balances a budget, just like you do, every day of your lives. We can do better in Washington, and we will. I’m Bob Casey, and I approve this message.” –Transcript of Bob Casey, Democrat for Senate Ad, 2006

      If you didn’t know this was a Democrat in 2006, you could say it is a good ad against Obama now. Interesting.

      1. The irony is lost on them, though.

        I guess it’s easy to lie, once you decide it’s morally approved.

        We’re in a lot of trouble thanks to the leftists philosophical position that “lying for the common good” is moral.

  12. Radicals have launched an all out assault on Santorum. Check out the front page of Drudge, (who I also suspect is not a Santorum supporter either).

  13. I am not so concerned about what we can see, I am more concerned about the what/who/when that we cannot see. Who is feeding the left stream media the information, who is behind the smears. Romney played the nice guy in the first few debates, while his henchmen where doing a hatchet job on Newt. Never be afraid to peel the onion back to see if it is rotten in the core.

  14. Wow, how did they put Obama and Hitler together from this. It’s absurd! The media is truly grasping for straws. They are really worried that Santorum just might take the lead and win BIG. I’m for whoever the nominee happens to be. I like Rick, I like Newt, I’d be ok with Paul or Romney, but I cannot afford another FOUR years of Obama. I’m not even sure if we can financially afford the rest of this term. Plus, we need a vacation and it ain’t gonna happen while gas prices keep going up and the economy is so volitale. Unlike her majesty, we haven’t been on a vacation since the Obama’s took office. With two bouts of unemployment and NO vacation time, it’s been tough to make ends meet. But, we’re doing it! Despite this administration’s policies.

  15. Santorum really needs to get his history right if he’s going to talk about WW2. To say we did almost nothing from May 1940 to Dec 1941?

    Is he not aware that in May of 1940 Congress reinstituted the draft in preparation for potential hostilities?

    Is he not aware that in Dec of 1940 Congress passed a new budget that increased defense spending by 5x over the previous level, also in preparation for hostilities?

    Is he not aware that in March of 1941 FDR signed a deal with Churchill in which we basically gave the UK 50 destroyers for nothing and significantly propped up their navy during the Battle of the Atlantic?

    Is he not aware of the Lend-Lease Act of Sept 1940? Not aware that without the material we provided the UK and the USSR would never have survived. That even Stalin credited US lend lease aid with being responsible for the Russian victories at Stalingrad and Kursk? That we gave untold #s of planes, trucks, food, fuel, supplies, logistics, etc… to many countries.

    Is he not aware of FDR’s “Arsenal of Democracy” speech and its implications?

    And if he’s referring to the actual soldiers themselves, what were they supposed to do? They hadn’t been called up or mobilized or deployed. Should they just have all swam over to Europe by themselves?

    To say we did almost nothing is really showing his ignorance. He’s lucky the media doens’t go after him on that rather than the comparison. Obama could really make him look foolish if he tried to say something like this at a debate and then Obama explained what actually happened and what we actually did.

    Also, I couldn’t help but notice that he mentioned Germany and Japan in his discussion of WW2 but he never mentioned Italy. Just an oversight on his part, I’m sure. He’ll probably mention them next time.

    As far as the comparison I got that he was asking his audience to compare the peril and threat faced in WW2 and how the greatest generation responded to the the peril and threat we face today and how they will respond. We all know what the peril was back then and we all know what peril and threat he’s referring to today. Hitler was the main figure associated with the earlier threat and we know who the main figure he associates with the current threat is. It might not have been a direct personal comparison, but there was clearly a comparison made. He did this before in 2006 when he compared the threat posed by Germany to the threat posed by Iran, and back then he had no objections to people saying he was comparing Iran and Ahmadinejad to Germany and Hitler.

    But if he wants to make these comparisons he should at least know the history better and not understate what we did and the contributions the US made to the war effor and just pretend that we did nothing from May of 40 to Dec of 41. That was really an insult to all those who actually did do something.

    1. You seriously want to compare all of those things to the actual, massive effort that happened once we decided to go all in?

      Really?

      You have a major problem with scale, my friend. It’s an insult to all of those who worked in the big push to win. You are pulling the carpet out from under the majority of those involved in the war effort, all in the name of lauding the ones who worked in the preparatory phase.

      I love it that people were awake and getting ready. That’s awesome.

      But if you want to call someone on the carpet for knowledge of history, you’d better be focused on the things that made the most impact, and not on playing “who knows the most details.” We aren’t voting on “history professor of the year” here.

      Both of the big wars (and of course the Civil War) were so massive you could be a scholar (and I mean that in the actual sense of the word) on them, and still not know enough to satisfy some noodge who spent his lifetime studying German metalworks for projectile weapons or some other dweeb who knows what everyone ate. I’m speaking as a computer geek here, so I know a fellow dweeb when I see one.

      And no, the media won’t go after him on this. They cannot possibly understand what you wrote, let alone the basic history of WWII. Media people become media people because they aren’t capable of serious study in such subjects.

      Santorum got the major facts right. Especially when you learn about the massive logistics we had to deal with during the war.

  16. The left is obsessed with turning us into Europe.

    This is the horrible irony in their abuse of analogy regarding Santorum’s appeal to greatness.

  17. Just another diversion by the MSM. Talking about Rick Santorum means we’re not talking about gas prices, the economy, the debt, O’s budget, jobs numbers, etc.

  18. I don’t go for smears … for lying about what a person has said or done…but I do go for vetting what a candidate has said or done in the past.

    For instance, I think it’s important that people find out Santorum supported and called for a government mandate in support of ethanol. That’s relevant and major for a few reasons.

    I’m trying to imagine what Michigan, for instance, would think of that scheme.

    1. So did a lot of conservatives, back when the fraud in climate science hadn’t been exposed.

      What is he saying today about ethanol? Or does that matter?

      1. Well I’ve not heard him turn away from Ethanol. In fact I believe they all support ethanol.

        My issue here is that Santorum sanctimoniously condemned the others for supporting a government mandate when it turns out he too has supported government mandates.

        Yes…he didn’t support the health care mandate. But his point seemed to be one of principled objection to the notion of the government mandating things upon the private sector that the people don’t want.

        This seems to suggest to me at least that he’s fine with mandates just as long as it’s something he wants, like that idiotic E85 proposition.

        As he said in his piece titled, Reducing U.S. oil appetite: This is one cause that could be helped by smart mandates and taxing, “Across Pennsylvania, farmers are also digging and planting corn and other crops that will be turned into ethanol that can replace gasoline in our cars. Most cars in America can’t run on ethanol, however, so who is going to install ethanol pumps at the gas station without the cars to run on it? At this point I would say to all of my hard-core conservative friends: Hold on to your hats.

        What we need is a government mandate! We need to mandate that all cars sold in the United States, starting with the 2010 model year, be “flex-fuel vehicles” – that is, they should be able to run on a blend that is 85 percent ethanol and 15 percent gasoline (the so-called E85 blend), or even a coal-derived methanol/gas mixture. This mandate would cost a fraction of the new fuel economy standard with the added benefit of saving barrels more oil.”

        So the notion that he was opposed to mandates is false. He was opposed to health care mandates. If it’s a cause he likes, however, he’s perfectly okay with the government mandating and manipulating the private sector to his will.

        1. Santorum told Iowans it’s time to end ethanol subsidies. If you can say it there, and still win, it’s clear the US is moving away from stupid policies that happened during the years when we thought scientists would never lie.

          I don’t blame any of the politicians for votes on energy or the environment from those days. But now that we know better, we still have Romney favoring climate change legislation and ethanol subsidies.

          1. Hmm… I think you’re missing the point here. As much as I detest the idea of ethanol and don’t like it when folks support subsidies, my issue here is that Santorum tore into others for ever supporting government mandates and made it seem as a matter of principle on mandating itself, on top of the issue at hand which was health care.

            This article written by Santorum clearly shows that he’s perfectly fine with the government mandating things on the private sector to get people to change their behaviors as long as it’s a topic he agrees with.

            1. No, I got the point. It’s the same one everyone who write hit pieces against either Newt or Santorum writes.

              “He’s a big, phony, progressive, statist and everyone needs to see it before it’s too late.”

              Nevermind the fact that both of these men have been at the forefront of movement conservatism since they were young men. Nevermind the fact that both parlayed that into leadership positions, requiring the occasional party-line vote to keep party discipline in check. Nevermind that both have votes taken under Republican presidencies–votes that supported the President because that’s what leaders in congress do when their party is in power.

              The fact is, neither of these men is happier with Big Government than the other. What we need is an idea of which one has the best plan moving forward, and which one has the best ability to articulate the positions of the conservative philosophy the best.

              This cherry picking of past votes is pointless. We need to defeat Romney, and then Obama.

  19. This is going to be the most viscous week of politics in this campaign yet. The Santorum camp has to continue to lean forward but it can’t be strident on anything else but that blue collar message and immigration. They have to get a focus, because as we are seeing, the media is trying to take him off of his message and into a constant defense of his statements that they are parsing and misconstruing. It’s important for Santorum to call them for what they are doing and deliver his blue collar and strong immigration enforcement message.

    The Santorum camp is just a week away from victory or defeat. They can win both AZ and MI and take firm control of this race (at which point liberal and Establishment heads across the country will explode) or they can falter and allow Romney to gain the upper hand and essentially take them out of the race. Time to stay focus Santorum camp and conservatives don’t get wobbly now that we are this close! Pick Rick! Santorum 2012!

  20. …I just HOPE that the AMERICAN ELECTORATE is smart enough this time to get rid of the COMMUNITY ORGANIZER out of the WHITE HOUSE before he does anymore damage.”

  21. Yeah, nothing more annoying than a values guy going up against a relativist Marxist like Ali Obama. That’s just too obvious of a contrast. One who loves his country and one who loaths it. Can’t have that sort of thing going on. But the garbage media just keep trying, just like the little engine that could. Just keep saying to yourselves (LMSM) “I think I can, I think I can.” In the meantime, I’ll think I’ll just lay back and watch the tortoise beat the hare. By the way, hows that “rise of the oceans” thing going for yah CBS?

  22. Thank you Scoop for this post as well as the others recently that have exposed the lies and smearing of Rick Santorum. We will need all of this ammunition and more to prevent the kind of persecution that took down Cain and Perry and Palin.

  23. Here allow me to make that comparrison for ya. Both came to power via cult of personality. Both sought and combatted percieved scapegoats. Both play a role of isolate your enemies and then ridcule. Both men believed that they know better than all the advisors around them. Both embrace Islam as a means to that end. Both lead their nation to fascism. Both come to power leading their nations from bad times to even worst. Both emphasize the gullibility of the young. Both left their nations in utter chaos and bankruptcy.

    Without even going down the road of Hitler’s murderous genocide, Obama wouldn’t have the stomach for it anyway. Oh I forgot, both are closet homosexuals.

    If I missed something let me know.

    1. Both first took over their respective countries auto industry, banking industry and passed a universal health care law.

        1. And started making scapegoats out of people belonging to a certain religion.
          (Of course nowdays it’s two religions)

      1. I thought the Germans already had socialized medicine passed in Imperial Germany in the 1890’s or perhaps ealier I cannot recall.

  24. It’s not fear, it’s just smear. The left doesn’t fear Rick, in fact I’d say they love taking his comments out of context and tying up his time and effort and of those who support him explaining what he said. It’s that much less time spent focusing on Obama’s faults.

    1. Its rank fear, and impotence. The left has known for a long time that their agenda is unwinnable on the merits. All their tools are dishonest manipulation–bureaucratic imposition, judicial fiat, fostering dependency, fostering envy, politicizing sexuality and the family, gaming the system, political correctness, propaganda, rewriting history, and the politics of personal destruction. Its all lies and bluffs.

      Obviously Santorum isn’t fazed by their political correctness, he has no skeletons they can rattle to discredit him, and he’s too smart to allow them to twist the facts and get away with it… A very rare combination in a presidential candidate…

      1. The left operates like Romney’s campaign, because neither have merit or argument, they use ridicule, accusation, lies and abuse.

        1. I suspect Obama and Romney’s campaigns are run alike because they are run by their parties”ELITE INSIDERS”, who after all are very similar, arrogant, rich old boys clubs,who are all left/liberal socialists at heart and so they have similar methodology!

    1. Exactly. If he was the liability leftists would like the weak-kneed to believe he is,…

      They’d let him accumulate all the momentum he could, waiting gleefully, and then sink him and dispirit conservative voters in the bargain…

      But they’re attacking him ferociously now…

  25. Once again, they cannot compete on an even playing field. All they have are sticks and stones… they have no virtue, no honor, no conviction. So, they do what they always do – lie. Plain and simple. And in the absence of morals or a decent record, they will desparately throw anything out there. Slur, slander, demean, lie… these are their tools.

    They will sow what they reap… either in this world or the next. Until then, we will continue to take them by the hand and if necessary, rub their noses in the mess they made.

  26. Extrapolation is all they have. The Liberal Left supports and advocates a failed system of governance and a failed societal model. They just refuse to see the truth of this even though it is on full display in Europe.

    1. It’s so easy for the liberal left to mold these young mental deficient minds into whatever they deem in their naratives.

  27. This shouldn’t surprise me… But every time I think the MSM couldn’t go any lower in order to shore up their faltering failure of a President, they go ahead and do something like this…

    You know, if the MSM was REALLY interested in the truth, they’d investigate & report on the record high gas prices, or on the current Egyptian hostage crisis, or on the looming US credit rating downgrade that’s soon to come… But no, they only want to ensure their God-King Chicago Jesus gets back into office for 4 more years of “fun”…

    Ugh!

    1. You haven’t heard that all those issues are the Republican controlled congress’ (house more like it) fault???

    1. I’m starting to suspect that. The over-the-top smearing is reminiscent of when Palin and Cain both emerged on the scene. The goal here is to basically make Santorum toxic with as many voters as possible, no matter how absurd or exaggerated the attacks on him are. Hopefully the base tells the drive-bys to go kiss off. I’ve had enough of the character assassination tactics of the left.

      1. and the over-the-top smearing of Gingrich?

        I knew before I pushed the play button, the word “Hitler” was not going to be spoken anywhere. The media somehow know the code, though. That must be why they never found all those explicit anti-white remarks in Obama’s books. There werent in code.

        1. It’s a good thing for Santorum that he didn’t borrow some of those old Bush as Hitler posters from the distinguished left who bravely brandished them in days of yore. Some of those were exquisite. Some were not. Gosh there were so many of them, I probably shouldn’t paint them all with such a broad brush.

          Ain’t got that much paint either 🙂

        2. I still feel Gingrich with all his baggage, is the best candidate for president and the most conservative. Gingrich is just who we need to bring this country back to what our forefather set forth, and US back into prosperity.

    2. I’m starting to suspect that. The over-the-top smearing is reminiscent of when Palin and Cain both emerged on the scene. The goal here is to basically make Santorum toxic with as many voters as possible, no matter how absurd or exaggerated the attacks on him are. Hopefully the base tells the drive-bys to go kiss off. I’ve had enough of the character assassination tactics of the left.

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