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Problems With the Truth: Confessions of a 22-Year Rick Santorum Observer

Weisenheimer Wrote: Apr 05, 2012 9:19 AM
How can anyone here say this was a "hit" piece? Mr. Bowyer has known Santorum for 22 years and is now exposing his lies. I had the feeling that Rick was trying to stay in the race to hurt Newt. He rips off Newt's ideas and sounds like a preacher to gather the conservatives around him. The fact remains that Rick is ripping people off with his phony message. It will come back to haunt him in Pennsylvania. If he loses there it's all over. I hope he will search his soul and do the right thing and give his delegates to Newt who will honor the people with a real conservative message. Thanks Mr. Bowyer for opening up and exposing the truth.
Dreadnaught011 Wrote: Apr 05, 2012 3:24 PM


Beware of BooBirds who don't seem to have a selfish motive. Bowyer is careful to aggrandize himself in this frontal assault on a candidate. Read his words; HE is the greatest thing since toilet tissue! But he doesn't say he's neutral. His words are meant to destroy Santorum.

What is Bowyer's quest? TRUTH?

I say it's the Romney agenda. Since Santorum is the last man standing who attracts votes; they will annihilate him.

Throughout his campaign Mitt maliciously attacked the men who opposed him. I even suspect Mitt was involved in Herman Cain's character assassination.

He plays dirty! Here he has a hit-man spreading hate speech! With some folks willing to believe it.

Richard141 Wrote: Apr 05, 2012 12:59 PM
It may be "all over" for Santorum if he loses Pa., but he said that he will still stay in the race. This guy just can't face reality and doesn't care if he ends up giving obama 4 more years. He's not the type who took his ball and went home if he couldn't be the pitcher - he's the type who destroyed the field so nobody else could play.
Dreadnaught011 Wrote: Apr 05, 2012 3:39 PM

Do Romney supporters care, that Obama is being given four more years by their support of Romney? Will Mitt stop eating filets, after his campaign for president ends in disaster? Will he be broke?

No, Mitt's flop is coming; yet he'll forget about the expense and the flop. Jerry Bowyer will forget about it. It's not America they were looking out for. It was all about Romney at any cost!

And looking back we'll have to face it: Santorum could easily beat Obama, if not Newt Gingrich. It wasn't that hard to understand.



Shlomo O'Kelly Wrote: Apr 05, 2012 11:56 AM
It seems like there are the" wannabees", and then there are the "wannadoos". The former just want the position, perks, glory, etc. Bill Clinton comes to mind.Sadly, Santorum seems to be of the same bolt of cloth. The "wannadoos", however, actually want to accomplish the right things for this country and lead it in the (correct) direction it should go. Here, I am reminded of one Ronald Reagan. No less an authority and participant than Nancy Reagan herself, has long ago acknowledged that Reagan's torch was passed to Newt. While it currently looks bleak for him, we must still remember: "It ain't over, until it's over".

I’ve known Rick Santorum for 22 years, having first met him in 1990 before he’d won his first campaign for Congress. I interviewed him on WORD-FM, an evangelical Christian radio station where I was a frequent guest host (and eventually a full-time host) early in his campaign.

 
If I was not the first media personality to interview Rick, I was one of the first. I had Rick as a guest at the request of my friend, Mark Rogers, who was running Rick’s campaign. Over the years I interviewed Rick at least a dozen times and debated him several times as...
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