Santorum Declares It’s Over and for Romney It’s Just Begun

Santorum Declares It’s Over and for Romney It’s Just Begun

In Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, surrounded by family, Rick Santorum threw in the towel.   He remarked that the decision to enter the race was a family decision made around a kitchen table, and now this

Santorum hopes for a political miracle

(h/t Politico).  Well, I suppose if you believe in miracles, and this is Holy Week…but Santorum’s refusal to accept the inevitable, surrounded by people who are supporting this delusion, continues to astound me.  It’s no

Rick, it’s over. Bow out gracefully, and do it for the Gipper

Rick, it’s over. Bow out gracefully, and do it for the Gipper

I was watching the Wisconsin results yesterday evening when Rick Santorum delivered his concession speech, if you can call it that, and announced that it was “only halftime.”  He’s continuing his campaign in Pennsylvania

Mirror, mirror on the wall. Who’s the best VP candidate of them all?

It looks like Mitt Romney has finally secured the top spot in the minds of Republican/Republican leaning voters according to some of the latest polls: Gallup (42%, Santorum 27%);  Rasmussen, (Romney 39%, Santorum 27%) and even the

@sum(Conservatives/Moderates) + Republican egos = Obama’s Re-election

@sum(Conservatives/Moderates) + Republican egos = Obama’s Re-election

Simple equation.  You do the math. The mission is to defeat Barack Obama; the prize is the White House.  Seems obvious, right?  To all, except to our current cast of characters — the Republican presidential

Illinois’ Turn in the Primary Battle and Taking Reince Priebus to Task

Illinois’ Turn in the Primary Battle and Taking Reince Priebus to Task

After being robo-called to the point of insanity yesterday by both the Romney and Santorum campaigns, it’s been somewhat quiet on the suburban front, although the phones are picking up again. I channel surfed among

Romney’s Michigan Wake-up Call

Romney’s Michigan Wake-up Call

“We won by enough.”  This time.  Michigan may yet be in the blue column come this November election.  Consider that Mitt Romney won the State by three percentage points against a fellow Republican competitor,

The Santorum Win and the American Undercurrent

Originally published February 10, 2012 by americanthinker.com under the title, “The Great Election Undercurrent.” In a surprise Colorado upset leading to a 3-state victory Tuesday night, Rick Santorum finally won his place in both the

Gladiators have Scars

Gladiators have Scars

The republican presidential hopefuls have now descended into the heated arena of verbal combat in Florida, with Mitt Romney, Rick Santorum, and lastly, Ron Paul, trying to out-Newt, Newt.  Given the response of the

Iowa Giveth Lessons….but are the Candidates Learning?

Last night I watched the Caucus results flow in, and caught all the candidates’ addresses to their supporters.   Listening to their speeches and reactions, I was more fascinated with the messages and lessons