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

HeroOfTheMasses Wrote: Nov 27, 2012 9:11 PM
". . . but I suspect there will be at least one socially-conservative devout Catholic in the mix next time out." I predict that Ryan won't run and instead will either endorse 1) Governor Scott Walker, if he decides to run or 2) Marco Rubio. Walker would make a far better candidate for President than Ryan. He doesn't have a Congressional votes to defend, he's a more adept campaigner (Walker's ads far surpassed Romney's), and he has a relaxed demeanor that voters vastly prefer over a stats-based numbers candidate. I don't think that Ryan would even disagree with any of this.
HeroOfTheMasses Wrote: Nov 27, 2012 9:12 PM
Whoops, I edited my comment and deleted out a crucial piece. Guy implies that Ryan, the unnamed "devout Catholic", will run.

He won't.
Cal29 Wrote: Nov 27, 2012 9:11 PM
Scott Walker is one great man.
HarryReidsAGreatAmerican Wrote: Nov 27, 2012 9:14 PM
Walker is an enemy of the worker!
HeroOfTheMasses Wrote: Nov 27, 2012 9:28 PM
The median salary + benefits for a Milwaukee Public School teacher is $101k.

The definition of "worker" sure has changed over the years.

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...