Feb
14
2012

#rsrh So, about this Santorum abortion thing.

Ace of Spades HQ provides the link (essentially, back in 1990 Rick Santorum was busy trimming his stance on life to fit into the PA-18 district race*); I provide the sad shaking of the head.  Gotta love that primary vetting process, huh?

Moe Lane

PS:

*Which would not be an issue – any more than the minor detail that Santorum didn’t particularly take a stance against TARP at the time that it was going on would be an issue – if he wasn’t right now busily criticizing other candidates for in the past taking now-inconvenient positions on certain policies.  I think that he should stop doing that.

11 Comments

  • Jbird says:

    I personally would have voted for Perry if he’d made it to Maryland. How did this happen? How is it that no better candidates are available to run? I can name at least 1/2 a dozen guys off the top of my head who I’d vote for over the current crop. I feel like I’m going to vote for Romney despite the queasy feeling in my stomach.

  • Aruges says:

    Hey, the vetting process worked great. We’ve eliminated all the lousy candidates. Sadly, that was every candidate.

    Perry was our best bet to win, right up until he systematically destroyed himself.

  • Skip says:

    So I guess the best bet now is to vote for the Greens, to hope that they get enough votes to get matching funds in future elections to be a thorn in the side of the Democrats?

  • Rob Crawford says:

    Ace will take any weapon to beat the alternatives to whatever candidate is whispering the sweetest notions into his ear. He longs to be a “new media conslutant” for some campaign, and will sacrifice anyone to get there.

  • acat says:

    SMOD. I’m voting for SMOD.

    Mew

  • Demosthenes says:

    I can’t believe that Romney is now starting to look like the best of the bunch. That’s a sorry bunch.

  • earlgrey says:

    I missed Perry right away. If they show Santorum has wavered in the past on the Pro-Life stance to a signigicant extent, than that would be very damaging in my opinion. I am no expert.

  • Darin H says:

    I nearly still voted for Perry here in FL, his name was on the ballot after all even though he dropped out prior to SC.

  • Spegen says:

    Want to vote for SMOD next week for MI primary

  • Catseye says:

    Spegen so do I. For the first time since I turned eighteen I’m thinking of sitting this election out. Why vote for a candidate you don’t like and can’t agree with? Even against an obvious incompetent fool like O’bama, he’s as doomed as we all are. Life sucks and then you die! And No I’m not about to do something stupid so don’t freak out!

  • DaveP. says:

    Obama is a little more than just incompetent, Catseye.
    But I fail to see how relavent Santorum’s possibly-less-pro-life-than-today behavior of twenty years ago is, when the other option is to vote for Mister Romneycare.
    Now, Ace? I made a bet with my work partner when this election season started that Ace would find a way to argue himself into supporting the most Democrat-Lite of the candidates, and blaming any failures of election on dose Debbil Conservatives. So far, I am in no fear whatsoever of losing my money.

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