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Top Republican: The economy is getting better

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Interesting comments from Leading Presidential candidate and Tea party darling Rick Santorum.

 

"You hear now the media starting to say, oh well, looks like the economy is getting better,” Santorum told supporters in Missouri Saturday night after winning the Kansas caucuses. “You know, the economy is getting better and Republicans may lose their edge on that issue. Well, if that was the only issue in this race, that may or may not be the case, we don’t know.”

 

You would think that Repubs would not want to call attention to the Recovering economy.....keep rooting against America and our companies like GM, The fin serv firms on Wall St and the energy sector . To keep attacking entrepreneurs, "vulture" venture capitalists, and anyone who makes "too much" money like Santorum, Paul and Gingrich have been doing. Why switch up and only want to talk about social issues now? I thought the Tea Party was past that?

 

Is it the contraception thing?

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Santorum's hail mary pass.

 

He knows Romney trumps him on the economy so he is taking advantage of the recent bee ess spin that the economy is all sunshine and lollipops.

 

He is different from Romney in that he appeals to the right wing religious wackjobs more than Romney.

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He has to win the primaries before going to the main event and he doesn't have much else to differentiate himself. He can always steal borrow Romney's economic plan if he wins. If the economy is just doing the slow twist in the wind and sinks, he can always come back to it later in the primaries.

 

 

Romney camp says it would take an "act of God" for anyone else to pull it out. I guess Santorum thinks he is best positioned for that strategy. And that's "President Whackjob" to you, thank you very much.

 

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