Is there some kind of idiocy that makes a certain kind of politician poison the wells from which we on the right must drink. If Rick Santorum truly believes the issues he thinks are of Class A importance are the urgent issues of our time, he is so out of touch it is unbelievable to see him get this far. But you tell me who this is supposed to help, besides himself, of course, and there too he is beyond deluded.
An agitated Rick Santorum on Sunday called Mitt Romney ‘the worst Republican in the country to put up against Barack Obama’ even as it appears the former Massachusetts governor is on pace to clinch the party’s nomination in June.
Santorum later lashed out at reporters, using a profane word as he accused them of ‘distorting’ his speech.
Santorum told voters that Romney is ‘uniquely disqualified’ to be the GOP’s presidential pick and urged his supporters to stand with him even as he faces an increasingly improbable pathway to the nomination. Santorum said ‘the race isn’t over until the people of Wisconsin sing,’ and urged them to give his underfunded, underdog campaign a chance to derail Romney.
‘Pick any other Republican in the country. He is the worst Republican in the country to put up against Barack Obama,’ Santorum said at an evening rally near Racine.
When I hear such things, I start to think there must really be something to this projection stuff Dr Freud used to talk to us about.