Ricky Gets Mad

Posted in Uncategorized by chamblee54 on March 26, 2012

Rick Santorum got all frothy yesterday. As you can see in this video, he gave a speech. You make a lot of those when you run for President. He said
“the worst Republican in the country (pause) to put up against Barack Obama.” It is assumed he was talking about Willard M. Romney. There was no mention of the Affordable Care Act, at least in the edited segment of this video.
Later, a reporter asked him if Mr. Romney was the worst republican in the country. Is That true? Mr. Santorum asked
“what speech did you listen to?. In his version, he only said that Mr. Romney was the worst r.i.t.c. with regard to challenging the President on health care reform. The candidate got rather angry, used a crude word for animal waste, and continued to show his pretty teeth. A person watching with the sound turned off might think he was happy with the reporter.
Mr. Santorum is in a tough spot. He is the leading non Romney to stay in the race. He does not have the money of Willard Romney, the hair of Michele Bachmann, or the sex appeal of Herman Cain. All he has is belief in himself as the true messenger of the conservatives. It probably will not be good enough. The frustration is showing.

This story was featured at Crooks and Liars. One commenter said
“He has every right to get frothy over this. The failure to properly lubricate his comment with context rendered it total bull fecal matter.” Other registered visitors at C and L have little messages under their comments. These signatures include:
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