Carol Platt Liebau: Santorum on Romney

Thursday, January 10, 2008

Santorum on Romney

Former senator Rick Santorum roundly denounced John McCain today on Hugh Hewitt's radio show.

Santorum is, perhaps, more outspoken and courageous than many of his former Senate colleagues -- but his opinion is hardly unique. It's pretty hard to overestimate the depth of the dislike for McCain, at least on the Republican side of the aisle.

Earlier this evening, McCain assured voters that when it came to spending, he wasn't "Miss Congeniality." Actually, he's not "Miss Congeniality" in any case.

5 Comments:

Blogger Kirk said...

Is it just me or should the title of this entry be "Santorum on McCain"?

10:24 AM  
Blogger Mr. Twister said...

Keep on bashing Mike Huckabee and John McCain, Carol.

Just to give the other side their fair due, here is Markos Moulitsas (i.e., Kos of DailyKos) on why he has asked Democrats to vote for Mitt Romney in Michigan...

Nope, we're pushing Romney because at the end of the day, Romney is spending a lot of money on ads trashing his fellow Republicans. We want more of that money spent trashing his fellow Republicans. We want an unsettled field with Republicans fragmented and fighting.

And if at the end of the day Mitt Romney wins Michigan, he can thank Kos for the far-left voters that put him over the top.

3:21 PM  
Blogger Greg said...

Winning Michigan may just give Romeny the momentum he was hoping to get from Iowa and New Hampsire. In the General election, Romney would be a very formidible candidate. Daily Kos, in an attempt to foment discord, may actually help Republicans win the White House - again!

6:56 AM  
Blogger Greg said...

Romney wins in Michigan. And like all his previous near misses, it's a broad spectrum of REPUBLICANS that gave him the most support. Is this further proof that Daily Kos doesn't carry near the weight many think it does?

It's looking good for Romney, for sure. But he still has some very serious challenges ahead.

He's still relatively unknown nationally. South Carolina will be his first southern contest and the south is extremely important for any Republican nominee. And Rudy hasn't even begun to fight yet.

If you like to watch politcal races, the race for the Republican nomination is going to be a dandy!

5:43 AM  
Blogger John said...

So Former Senator Rick Santorum endorses another LIBERAL Republican, Mitt Romney. His last endorsement was Arlen Spector against True Conservative Pat Toomey in tyhe Republican Primary. So what else is new.

4:49 PM  

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