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    Where’s Rick?

    Where’s Rick?

    If this reopens old wounds, too bad.

    Rick Santorum’s hiding act is wearing thin.

    Newt is out there all the time helping to pound on the Obama record. The supposedly bitter Newt is proving himself to be the class act his supporters always knew him to be. He’s put a fairly brutal beating behind him, and he’s doing everything he can to help.

    But Santorum?

    Can someone give me a link or something to Santorum helping to defeat Obama?

    Via The Hill:

    Newt Gingrich joined the ranks of Republicans crying fowl play over President Obama’s executive order over “Fast and Furious” documents demanded in a House investigation of the botched gun-tracking operation, likening the controversy to Richard Nixon and the Watergate scandal.

    “Had Richard Nixon after the break-ins turned over everything and said, ‘Let’s find out who’s guilty, get it over with, done, it would have been a blip,” Gingrich said on “The Kudlow Report” Wednesday. “It would have gone away. He would have served his term. History would have been different.”

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    jakee308 | June 26, 2012 at 10:30 pm

    Actually, if you think about it, Santorum not being in the spotlight for Romney might actually be a good thing.


     
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    currently | June 27, 2012 at 1:39 am

    I can’t quite figure this out.

    Bash Santorum when he’s running and then bash Santorum when he’s stepped aside.

    Please send Santorum the list of things he should do not to annoy anyone.


     
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    InRussetShadows | June 27, 2012 at 8:11 pm

    Why does the author CARE where Santorum is? There is no requirement that former rivals kiss and make up in the name of party unity, and really, why SHOULD Santorum do any of that when the party apparatus has been for Mitt from the start? Is the GOP that fragile that one man losing will destroy it forever or prevent the anointed one from winning if he does not endorse? No-one needs to endorse anyone; the demand to do so reflects a weak, feminized vision of reality characteristic of shallow and insipid beta-males everywhere. There are few things more sickening and more fake than former adversaries prostituting themselves for the winner, actually. I’d love it if Santorum said NOTHING about Mitt one way or the other. It’s to his shame that he has. What is Gary Johnson doing, just for a point of comparison? And how about Ron Paul?

    Santorum is a private citizen now and he can do whatever he pleases for whatever reasons he wants to. Your claim on him has expired. But if you’re so concerned about a sizable number of GOP voters sitting out the race, look no further than the moral black hole that you’re supporting for the reasons why.

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