Rick Santorum has said that if he can bring the primary fight to the convention, he can win the Republican nomination.
That’s some weapons-grade denial you got going there, Creamcup.
WASHINGTON (AP) ”” Rick Santorum predicted Monday that he would get the Republican presidential nomination if the race remains undecided by the time the party holds its nominating convention this summer.
Though former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney has a commanding lead in the crucial race for delegates, Santorum said the race is about to enter a period where he will face fewer disadvantages. To date, Romney has outspent Santorum and had stronger campaign organizations working for him.
“They are not going to nominate a moderate Massachusetts governor who’s been outspending his opponent 10-1 and can’t win the election outright,” Santorum said on NBC’s “Today” show. “What chance do we have in a general election if he can’t, with an overwhelming money advantage, be able to deliver any kind of knockout blow to other candidates?”
Sure they will, and I’ll tell you why: in a general election, you aren’t going to win with a fucking religious loon who somehow believes himself superior to the very people whose votes he’s trying to win.
Now, that would apply to both Mitt and you, with one glaring difference: Mitt isn’t trying to stuff Mormonism down people’s throats.
While he hasn’t exactly been moderating the tone of the Republican campaign or its many minions and overlords (e.g. Rush Limbaugh) Mitt has at least stopped from all-but claiming women who don’t want to be pregnant are an enemy of the state.
Do you honestly think that there’s a mainline Republican alive who doesn’t privately cringe each and every time you open your mouth and spew forth such seage-like froth? How incredibly egoistical of you to think you are somehow better than the people who will have to live with the consequences of your hate-filled tirades after you’ve long devolved into the muck to which you have consigned yourself.
Look, I’m a liberal of the most liberal stripe: I make Michael Moore blush. But I’m also painfully aware that my viewpoint and dreams for this nation are premature. We have a significant part of the population that’s terrified of things that work: Healthcare. Equality. Opportunity. Fair taxation. Color- and faith-blindness. My POV needs an opposing viewpoint, but as they used to qualify under the Fairness Doctrine, a responsible one.
No country can move forward without someone carefully, sobering tugging on the reins. You want to stop the nation on a dime in a panic, emergency-brake slide, when all we need is to tap the brakes every so often to make sure we’re doing the right thing.
We’re only human, after all.
You, apparently, believe you are more.