Santorum wins Louisiana Republican primary: CNN

Mar 25, 2012 Full story: Reuters 23

Essential tax and accounting reading: defending big oil's taxes, taxing the rich, risky deductions, and the payroll tax cut's impact Republican presidential candidate and former U.S. Senator Rick Santorum addresses supporters at a rally in Sheboygan, Wisconsin March 24, 2012.

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Makes sense

Dearborn, MI

#1 Mar 25, 2012
Yawn. Looks like not many people care anymore. Most of us are still waiting for a candidate we can embrace. Sarah Palin, where are you?
Lick Balls

Cantonment, FL

#2 Mar 25, 2012
ha haaaaa

Rick?

Yeah. He's gonna win the White House. Sure.

Just giving it to Nobammy, aren't you?
Ex-GOP Con

San Jose, CA

#3 Mar 25, 2012
The GOPTEA primaries are really starting to expose the group as hypocritical big government supporters (Romneycare) and spenders (SantEarmark).

But we all knew that when they back the tax raising state dividend receiving ex-governor Palin and the taxpayer paid health insurance beneficiary medicare payment recipient Bachmann.

Was it really about big government and government spending? LOL - hell no! Otherwise the true conservative Ron Paul would be leading the pack.
Ex-GOP Con

San Jose, CA

#4 Mar 25, 2012
Makes sense wrote:
Yawn. Looks like not many people care anymore. Most of us are still waiting for a candidate we can embrace. Sarah Palin, where are you?
I love how she cashed her check with the GOPTEA and ran. Or should I say....quit. The clown posse seems lost without their tax raising socialist ex-governor leading them.....to her checking account.

Since: Feb 07

Whitman,Ma

#5 Mar 25, 2012
Tricky Ricky still building his "Bridge to Nowhere". Now we have have a half built tombstone to remember him by or maybe forget him.
Edgar

Spring, TX

#6 Mar 25, 2012
The most obese state in America.

I (excuse me while I put down the boudin and shrimp) SUPPORT RICK SANTORUM! MICHELLE OBAMA DOESN'T WANT ME FAT! SCREW HER!

“Kiss Me You Fool!”

Since: Jan 08

Atlanta via Brooklyn NY

#7 Mar 25, 2012
Makes sense wrote:
Yawn. Looks like not many people care anymore. Most of us are still waiting for a candidate we can embrace. Sarah Palin, where are you?
LOL...some people never learn. What's the difference between Palin and Santorum?

“Kiss Me You Fool!”

Since: Jan 08

Atlanta via Brooklyn NY

#8 Mar 25, 2012
Not much reich-wing posters celebrating the win? Aren't they happy with the repub primaries, and Angry Rick winning?

“Kiss Me You Fool!”

Since: Jan 08

Atlanta via Brooklyn NY

#9 Mar 25, 2012
Oh wait, I understand why there is no GOP postings.

They know the GOP will shuffle delegates for a Romney win regardless.
JBH

Richmond, Canada

#10 Mar 25, 2012
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Do you think that Santorum cannot win the northern states in the general election because of his views of going too far?

Would you think that it is better for Santorum to throw the support to Romney, as only Romney can defeat Obama in the north, since the southern states are to be grabbed by the Republicans ?

SO WOULD THAT BE A MOST LIKELY WIN FOR THE REPUBLICANS AS THE BEST DEAL?
Edgar

Spring, TX

#11 Mar 25, 2012
JBH wrote:
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Do you think that Santorum cannot win the northern states in the general election because of his views of going too far?
Would you think that it is better for Santorum to throw the support to Romney, as only Romney can defeat Obama in the north, since the southern states are to be grabbed by the Republicans ?
SO WOULD THAT BE A MOST LIKELY WIN FOR THE REPUBLICANS AS THE BEST DEAL?
Romney can't beat Obama anywhere. Sorry.
JBH

Richmond, Canada

#12 Mar 25, 2012
Edgar wrote:
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Romney can't beat Obama anywhere. Sorry.
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Ah, it is just fine.

At any rate, wait and see then!
Billy Ringo

Forest Hills, NY

#13 Mar 25, 2012
Who?
Makes sense

Dearborn, MI

#14 Mar 25, 2012
OneRyder wrote:
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LOL...some people never learn. What's the difference between Palin and Santorum?
LOL Not much. Did you see his poolside photo? They both have boobs!!!

“"I'm A Great American!"”

Since: Sep 08

Obama Nation! USA! USA!

#15 Mar 25, 2012
Edgar wrote:
<quoted text>
Romney can't beat Obama anywhere. Sorry.
At least Ann Romney prefers Mitt to the President.

Well, maybe. LOL!!! She might be into that 'ol time religion, aka polygamy...
Shirley Freeman

Port Charlotte, FL

#17 Mar 25, 2012
If you want the most focused, robust Ready to Go on Day One Action Plans to jump start energy jobs and MadeInAmerica manufacturing jobs...that will multiply jobs in all sectors, including construction, cut gas and other energy costs, revitalize our economy, vote for Rick 'Rocky' Santorum

If you want the most serious plan to cut spending: Cut $5 trillion from spending and balance the budget in 5 years, and a strong President-led initiative for a Balanced Budget Amendment, vote for Rick.

If you want non-government coalitions of leaders from churches, civic organizations, business, ordinary citizens and philanthropists to develop ideas to help get Single Moms and their children out of poverty and off of welfare rolls, and to prevent children and families from falling into poverty, vote for Rick Santorum.

If you want federal regulations that are strangling new startups, energy development, and business growth and burdening them with high costs to be cut to common sense levels or eliminated all together when possible, vote for Rick.

If you want Medicare and Social Security reform that starts immediately to prevent bankruptcy of these programs and reduce the deficit, and also protects the 'safety net' for seniors and others who are not able to work, then vote for Rick.

If you want the next President to be focused on opportunity for 100% of Americans, and particularly on good paying jobs for the largest group of unemployed, those without college degrees, then vote for Rick Santorum.

Rick’s plan is the most strongly targeting manufacturing jobs...these and energy jobs will provide a path upward out of poverty into middle incomes for ‘blue collar’ workers.

If you want a President who will maintain an open, honest dialogue with the American people, listen to our priorities and be candid about his plans, a President who will 'tell it like it is,' then Vote for Rick!
Shirley Freeman

Port Charlotte, FL

#18 Mar 25, 2012
Santorum won in every parrish except Orleans Parrish.

Exit polls [of the Louisiana 3/24/12 primary] conducted for The Associated Press and the television networks showed that Santorum's win in Louisiana was one of his strongest performances to date among conservatives, working class voters and those calling the economy their top issue. Santorum won in every category except those earning over $200,000.“It was a wipeout!” said one commenter.

Especially surprising said one reporter on CNN’s coverage of the election results: Santorum also won among those who said the ‘Economy was their highest priority.’
Makes sense

Dearborn, MI

#19 Mar 25, 2012
Shirley Freeman wrote:
If you want the most focused, robust Ready to Go on Day One Action Plans to jump start energy jobs and MadeInAmerica manufacturing jobs...that will multiply jobs in all sectors, including construction, cut gas and other energy costs, revitalize our economy, vote for Rick 'Rocky' Santorum
If you want the most serious plan to cut spending: Cut $5 trillion from spending and balance the budget in 5 years, and a strong President-led initiative for a Balanced Budget Amendment, vote for Rick.
If you want non-government coalitions of leaders from churches, civic organizations, business, ordinary citizens and philanthropists to develop ideas to help get Single Moms and their children out of poverty and off of welfare rolls, and to prevent children and families from falling into poverty, vote for Rick Santorum.
If you want federal regulations that are strangling new startups, energy development, and business growth and burdening them with high costs to be cut to common sense levels or eliminated all together when possible, vote for Rick.
If you want Medicare and Social Security reform that starts immediately to prevent bankruptcy of these programs and reduce the deficit, and also protects the 'safety net' for seniors and others who are not able to work, then vote for Rick.
If you want the next President to be focused on opportunity for 100% of Americans, and particularly on good paying jobs for the largest group of unemployed, those without college degrees, then vote for Rick Santorum.
Rick’s plan is the most strongly targeting manufacturing jobs...these and energy jobs will provide a path upward out of poverty into middle incomes for ‘blue collar’ workers.
If you want a President who will maintain an open, honest dialogue with the American people, listen to our priorities and be candid about his plans, a President who will 'tell it like it is,' then Vote for Rick!
LOL You will vote for Romney and you will like it! Fall in line!

At least that's what the GOP wants. That or you will vote for a Romney, Santorum ticket. Is that a great combo? Two opposites equal a win win?? LOL I don't buy it either.
YOU Lick Balls

Cantonment, FL

#21 Mar 26, 2012
And Ricky licks balls, and every one of those fatass redneck losers in Louisiana that voted for him can join in...

Since: Jun 09

United States

#22 Mar 26, 2012
Sanitarium only won 10 delegates. Mittens won 5 and 5 are uncommitted.

Time for Sanitarium to pull a Palin, and quit.

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