The relentless pursuit of the truth – www.cinopsbegoneblogspot.com – Sunday, April 1, 2012
As a conservative in this Republican presidential campaign I gave Bachman $80, then Cain $40, then Newt $20, and now Santorum $120. The key word is electability! Anybody but Obama! Today, Romney seems to be in first place. Can he win?
Romney is in first place because of his advertising money and secondly because of Obama’s two –faced: double-standard main stream media. When Romney runs as a conservative candidate the evidence is conclusive that he will be ripped apart by the liberal media that no conservative or tea party person will recognize him. This will influence the turn out of the anti-Obama voters on Nov. 6th.
“In a survey of what Rasmussen calls “Core Four” states (states that will very likely determine the outcome of the 2012 election: Virginia, Florida, Ohio, and North Carolina) show Santorum beating Obama by four points. In the same poll, Mitt Romney loses to Barack Obama by four points.”
Romney does not come across as authentic in this election campaign. There is no wisdom or common sense in his proposed remodeling of Romney’s Southern California house – which reportedly includes an elevator for his cars – is a symbol too far for a candidate who struggles to explain his wife’s two Cadillacs, his Swiss bank account, his Cayman Islands holdings and his low tax rate…
This seems to be an election disaster with him as the Republican candidate. I wish the evidence were otherwise. Here is how Time.com readers reacted to a Mitt Romney adviser’s saying the candidate could change his stances “almost like an Etch A Sketch.” “I believe the far right for believing in something, but that will all disappear if they support the man with a thousand faces.” “The man is 100% pandering phony.” “A liberal, a conservative and a moderate walk into a bar. The bartender says, “Hi Mitt!” “Obama has been etch-a-sketching for a few months now. By election time, we will wonder who and where they guy was that ran this country for four years.”
Royce Dunn of Royce@NationalLifeChain.org – 530-674-5068 had a insightful paragraph on Rick in his letter to Life Chain Coordinators: “Rick Santorum blessed us in rural Yuba City: With his campaign full center in the news today and of notable importance to pro-life, I will report briefly on Senator Santorum’s speech at our banquet. Founded by Please Let Me Live in 1987, our A Woman’s Friend resource center was honored to have Senator Santorum speak last October (2011) in Yuba City. After launching his presidential bid, he did not waiver on his commitment to us, and about 1000 people were grateful. He said little about politics. Central to his hour-long talk were his own life experiences, the successes and failures that molded him into the Christian man and devoted husband and father he is today.
Calling his wife the “greatest influence” in his life, he spoke movingly about family, tragedy, faith, and let us get acquainted with the real Rich Santorum. He was humble, transparent, bold, smart and resolute. After the banquet, he patiently talked with everyone who wanted to meet him. At that time, he was polling 1% in Iowa, but his faith in his candidacy was stunning. And his poll numbers today? Yuba City is 50 miles north of Sacramento, in Northern California.”
George H. Kubeck – Please contact all talk show hosts especially KLAC 980 – 9 AM- 6 PM, Dennis Prager, Michael Medved and Hugh Hewitt and ask them to change their minds and support Santorum in all primaries, especially in the California and Texas.