Santorum celebrates victory in Louisiana

Santorum celebrates victory in Louisiana

There are 13 comments on the Richmond Times-Dispatch story from Mar 25, 2012, titled Santorum celebrates victory in Louisiana. In it, Richmond Times-Dispatch reports that:

Republican presidential candidate Rick Santorum celebrates after throwing a strike while bowling after a campaign rally in Sheboygan, Wis., on Saturday.

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Robert

Fort Lauderdale, FL

#2 Mar 25, 2012
What a waste, his biblical views on using contraception, on a woman's right to be in charge of her reproductive health and stem cell research will make his candidacy dead on arrival in a general election, that is if he could ever make it that far.

No thank you, I want no religion served with my government. Even if it is the same as mine.

Since: Apr 08

Mission Viejo, CA

#3 Mar 25, 2012
I think Rick Santourum is stuck in the 1950s
Sick of Stupid

Ames, IA

#4 Mar 25, 2012
I had no idea a "person" like Ricky could make it this far.
I have no other comment then WTF?

Since: Mar 11

St. Croix valley

#5 Mar 25, 2012
Sick of Stupid wrote:
I had no idea a "person" like Ricky could make it this far.
I have no other comment then WTF?
You obviously haven't been on topix very long. There are some seriously stupid whackjobs out there that are your fellow voting citizens.

Iknow, I'm scared too...
Rough

Carrollton, GA

#6 Mar 25, 2012
woodtick57 wrote:
<quoted text>You obviously haven't been on topix very long. There are some seriously stupid whackjobs out there that are your fellow voting citizens.
Iknow, I'm scared too...
... not nearly as correct on all issues as Paul, but much better than the Kenyan simian.

Since: Mar 11

St. Croix valley

#7 Mar 25, 2012
Rough wrote:
<quoted text>
... not nearly as correct on all issues as Paul, but much better than the Kenyan simian.
Paul? The one who wants to push already proven failed policies? The one who claims to be the decades long congressional outsider?

Sure...

Notice his vote totals are lower than crazy Ricky's
Rough

Carrollton, GA

#8 Mar 25, 2012
woodtick57 wrote:
<quoted text>Paul? The one who wants to push already proven failed policies? The one who claims to be the decades long congressional outsider?
Sure...
Notice his vote totals are lower than crazy Ricky's
His voting record proves the veracity of his ousider claims... his totals are low because people want easy answers.
HT Springer

Mandan, ND

#9 Mar 25, 2012
Santorum's win in Louisiana is essentially irrelevant. He narrowed Romney's 300+ delegate gap by five votes. On April 3, Romney is poised to sweep three winner-take-all primaries which total 98 delegates. Within nine days, Romney will be up by ~400 delegates.

Since: Mar 11

St. Croix valley

#10 Mar 25, 2012
Rough wrote:
<quoted text>
His voting record proves the veracity of his ousider claims... his totals are low because people want easy answers.
He's played the same games and courted the same contributers as the rest.

We want real answers, not ones that have already been proven to not work.(hence the low votes)

Since: Mar 11

St. Croix valley

#11 Mar 25, 2012
HT Springer wrote:
Santorum's win in Louisiana is essentially irrelevant. He narrowed Romney's 300+ delegate gap by five votes. On April 3, Romney is poised to sweep three winner-take-all primaries which total 98 delegates. Within nine days, Romney will be up by ~400 delegates.
the math is in. there would have to be a total game changing fluke for the numbers to not add up to a Romney win.

Santorum is going to keep saying stupid shit and alienating more people. Paul and Gingy aren't real contenders.

It's pretty much a done deal.

Since: Apr 08

Mission Viejo, CA

#12 Mar 25, 2012
Rough wrote:
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... not nearly as correct on all issues as Paul, but much better than the Kenyan simian.
There is no proof that Obama was born in Kenya. The reality is that you have confirmation bias and therefore, look towards evidence that suits your own opinion. Your bias is blocking from the real truth that Obama was born in America.
The Dude

United States

#13 May 4, 2012
All these anti-gays need to show us records of who and when they do it with.
Bob King of the Gypsies

Owings Mills, MD

#14 May 6, 2012
discocrisco wrote:
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There is no proof that Obama was born in Kenya. The reality is that you have confirmation bias and therefore, look towards evidence that suits your own opinion. Your bias is blocking from the real truth that Obama was born in America.
How come it is ok for Republicans like Romney's dad to be born in a foreign country and run for President but not for a Democrat?

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