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Rick Santorum's Impossible Dream

Claire83 Wrote: Apr 12, 2012 12:48 PM
You need to be better informed. Opus Dei started the first interracial school in Kenya, has started numerous educational programs to help people is low income areas, and has members of every race and "income level." The Knights of Malta have a mission of service to the sick. I don't see where any of that is "elitist."

Most campaigns have a musical theme. Rick Santorum, who "suspended" his campaign for the Republican presidential nomination on Tuesday, might have selected the song "The Impossible Dream."

Santorum's dream seemed improbable, if not impossible, from the start. He lost his last Senate race and had been out of office -- and out of mind -- for the last few years; not exactly a platform on which one usually runs for president.

Political "experts" believed his chief foe, Mitt Romney, was unbeatable. Santorum played an important role by exposing some of Romney's weaknesses, but early enough that it will help Romney in...