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Santorum: Come to Think of It, I Might Run in 2016, Too

Harold15 Wrote: Nov 28, 2012 3:58 AM
If Rick Santorum is a true conservative, he will not be the 2016 nominee. The party won't allow it. They will choose another left leaning moderate, or a liberal, as they did this time and four years ago. They do not want a true conservative carrying their banner because the party is not conservative. They have become so much like the Democrats that you can't tell them apart. Odds are, they'll try to find another Obama clone to run as they did with Romney. So, I will most likely vote third party again. One thing I like about being an Independent, I don't feel obligated to vote for either party's candidate. In my opinion, the Republican party is no longer a viable political party.
BK24 Wrote: Nov 28, 2012 4:00 AM
I admit it's no one's business, but which third party did you go with?
debir Wrote: Nov 28, 2012 4:12 AM
The Rep-Party needs to get rid of the RINO's, Neo-Cons !

We need to vastly increase womens role in the Rep Party, apologize to Ron Paul, Gary Johnson, their millions of supporters, for not treating them right,

admit that their views on the issues were election winners, that would've gotten "alot-more" moderate, independent, women, minority votes !

Then open the door really wide for them, your choice, shall it be more "less-chance-of-reversing-defeats" or,

earn the reward of bringing them all back in with legitimate pro-USC-States-Rights, limiting-Big-Fed-Govt-encroachment-overspending,

political-platform-policies-strategies-methods-speeches-interviews-ads,

and onto victory from now on into 2014, taking back the US Senate !
Corlyss Wrote: Nov 28, 2012 4:20 AM
Doesn't matter. All of them are vanity operations with no hope of winning anything.
Corlyss Wrote: Nov 28, 2012 4:21 AM
Do you have any idea what a neo-con is? Just curious . . .
debir Wrote: Nov 28, 2012 4:26 AM
Originally pro-ME-military-intervention-Dems, now mostly RINO's are the Neo-Cons !
BK24 Wrote: Nov 28, 2012 4:26 AM
A party that loses to Barack Hussein Obama not once but twice doen't exactly inspire confidence of winning anything ever again. I'll bet the Federalists and Whigs imagined that their parties were as eternal as the sea and sky.
debir Wrote: Nov 28, 2012 4:33 AM
They could win in 2014 if they can get women to vote for them again !

Kelly Ayotte, Nikki Haley, Susana Martinez, Jan Brewer, Deb Fischer, Marsha Blackburn, many others like them.

Now there's some newly elected women candidates to choose from who's national polling #'s amongst all women, from all party's, including minorities, that might go very high !

Key strategy,

Get alot of highly qualified women to run in 2014 for US Congress and Senate !
BK24 Wrote: Nov 28, 2012 4:41 AM
And get them to win. And pray they turn out to be as conservative as Palin and Bachman in office.

I might be willing to put some money on the second. But winning a race when your campaign is being managed by the Keystone Klutzes . . . well . . .

Since I've indulged my prediliction for writing deja vu posts several times in recent days, who's up for one more?  Election 2016: Return of the sweater vest?
 

Former Pennsylvania senator Rick Santorum says he is “open” to another run for president in 2016. Santorum was asked about a possible presidential campaign Monday at THE WEEKLY STANDARD. “I’m open to it, yeah,” Santorum replied. “I think there’s a fight right now as to...