Rick Santorum

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  1. 76Highboy

    76Highboy Well-Known Member Supporting Member

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    Dr. James Dobson, Founder, Focus on the Family, Gary Bauer, President, American Values, Glenn Beck, Glenn Beck radio show, and Rush Limbaugh all back Rick Santorum.

    Rick Santorum is a real conservative and I like his values and so far I have not found any "Rhino" in this guy.

    So far, he has my vote.

    Jim
  2. raven818

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    I've spoke to several folks who live in Va, and work in DC, over the past few months. They're all ultra conservative, and strong on the 2nd. Santorum is their choice too.
  3. jlloyd73

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    He is my pick at this point.............
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    Second best after Dr Paul, hoping the "anointed" Romney blows it.
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  6. 76Highboy

    76Highboy Well-Known Member Supporting Member

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    I Googled Rick Santorum and he was on the top.
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    Thanks. Sounds like they got it fixed. Still a fair amount of slime in the results though.
  8. 76Highboy

    76Highboy Well-Known Member Supporting Member

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    Ya, that's the truth.
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    Whoever wins, the American people will get the government they deserve.
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    Don't waste your keystrokes....FO MO YEARS. !!!!
    Dr. Ron Paul, Good as gold
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    He's shown he does not strongly support the Second Amendment, and while I am a Catholic (Santorum is also a Catholic), I do not think my religious values as a Catholic should be preached upon the rest of America - the same way I don't want Sharia law imposed on the rest of America. Don't let him fool you.

    I am about 99.9% sure I am still going to support Ron Paul. I know he isn't very popular here, but I'm a man of principle. I would rather vote for the right candidate than the lesser of two evils, even if he doesn't win.


    http://www.nationalgunrights.org/rick-santorums-anti-gun-history/
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  12. Shedhorn

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    +1, and I don't have a lot of faith in the american people to make the right choice these days.
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  13. Rocketman1

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    I don't think I can support him as president.
    I have my own religious values, and I don't need Santorum preaching his ways to me. I get the feeling that he thinks his religion is right, everyone else is wrong, and if elected he will do his best to see that we all live by his religion. Religion has no place in politics. If you allow religion into politics, then you are no longer free to worship God in your own way. There is a difference between values and religion, and I think santorum is walking a very fine line.
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    If u can just put Ricks Perrys hair on Dr. Ron Paul you'll have your next Prez.Its all about the hair. Don't rule Dr. Paul out just yet. Years ago we had another ron that ppl laughed at.
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  15. Claudius Valarium

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    Santorum has my vote.

    Don't trust any of the other three. And definitely don't trust BHO.
  16. 76Highboy

    76Highboy Well-Known Member Supporting Member

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    +1.
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    i second that.
    personally, id prefer mike savage run.
  18. 76Highboy

    76Highboy Well-Known Member Supporting Member

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    That's a big 10-4 buddy:thumbsup:.
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    if you call yourself americans, best study its roots......

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    Letter to Thomas Jefferson (2 January 1789), The Papers of Thomas Jefferson
    I have thought proper to recommend, and I do hereby recommend accordingly, that Thursday, the 25th day of April next, be observed throughout the United States of America as a day of solemn humiliation, fasting, and prayer; that the citizens on that day abstain as far as may be from their secular occupations, devote the time to the sacred duties of religion in public and in private; that they call to mind our numerous offenses against the Most High God, confess them before Him with the sincerest penitence, implore His pardoning mercy, through the Great Mediator and Redeemer, for our past transgressions, and that through the grace of His Holy Spirit we may be disposed and enabled to yield a more suitable obedience to His righteous requisitions in time to come; that He would interpose to arrest the progress of that impiety and licentiousness in principle and practice so offensive to Himself and so ruinous to mankind; that He would make us deeply sensible that "righteousness exalteth a nation, but sin is a reproach' to any people;" that He would turn us from our transgressions and turn His displeasure from us; that He would withhold us from unreasonable discontent, from disunion, faction, sedition, and insurrection; that He would preserve our country from the desolating sword; that He would save our cities and towns from a repetition of those awful pestilential visitations under which they have lately suffered so severely, and that the health of our inhabitants generally may be precious in His sight; that He would favor us with fruitful seasons and so bless the labors of the husbandman as that there may be food in abundance for man and beast; that He would prosper our commerce, manufactures, and fisheries, and give success to the people in all their lawful industry and enterprise; that He would smile on our colleges, academies, schools, and seminaries of learning, and make them nurseries of sound science, morals, and religion; that He would bless all magistrates, from the highest to the lowest, give them the true spirit of their station, make them a terror to evil doers and a praise to them that do well; that He would preside over the councils of the nation at this critical period, enlighten them to a just discernment of the public interest, and save them from mistake, division, and discord; that He would make succeed our preparations for defense and bless our armaments by land and by sea; that He would put an end to the effusion of human blood and the accumulation of human misery among the contending nations of the earth by disposing them to justice, to equity, to benevolence, and to peace; and that he would extend the blessings of knowledge, of true liberty, and of pure and undefiled religion throughout the world.
    Presidential proclamation of a national day of fasting and prayer (6 March 1789)


    as the old saying goes, "if youre cold, dont blame the fire if youre the log that rolled off the blaze." (non believers)
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  20. mad mother

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    How can anyone on this site vote for santorum if hes anti gun ?
    Just some of the things I cant understand
    Run the constitution through the shredder.
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