Edicts of Nancy

The blogosphere's most persecuted Christian!

Wednesday, December 28, 2011

Hungry for Santorum

The possibility of helping guide the direction of the Republican primary and leading Our Nation to the greatness it enjoyed under the Bush presidency has been enough to pull me out of my blogging seclusion and back out here on The Internets. When I factor in the Lamestream Media's Ahab-like quest to destroy conservative candidates, it becomes nothing less than a Moral imperative. Small quirks or minor imperfections are grotesquely magnified so as to render them unelectable: Herb Cain was demonized as a serial skirt-chaser merely for being an unrepentant heterosexual; ditto for Newt Gingrich. Ron Paul, despite some questionable views on foreign policy, gets it exactly right on the question of special rights for the perverts, and is branded a hydrophobe for wanting some sort of protective layer between him and their filthy ilk (me, I'd recommend jail).

Time and again we've seen a frontrunner emerge from the pack, only to be picked off my the MSM's snipers. Credit the indomitable human spirit, because despite these obstacles it appears a new leader is about to emerge. Once America gets a taste of Santorum, they won't want anything else:
With 45 percent of Iowa Republican voters undecided and a roller-coaster ride about to come to a screeching stop next Tuesday with the GOP caucuses, it may be Rick Santorum's turn to take the final ascent and surprise the political class by ... doing better than expected?
The article goes on to state that Mr. Santorum has practiced he sort of retail-style politics more Devotedly than any of the other candidates, and at $1 million per endorsement, he's clearly not getting them wholesale. What better way to invigorate the economy than by larding the coffers of conservative organizations and letting the wealth trickle down. Prosperity Gospel, baby!

What especially makes me think a Santorum presidency could be the froth rising to the top on par with Bush 43 is his wish to barely meet the minimal expectations set for him:
"My feeling is when you're sitting last, if you can do better than that, that's good," he told Fox News.
Yes! Could we be looking at America's second-worst president? Only if Our Heavenly Father once again smiles upon us. Praise Him!

Labels: , ,

4 Comments:

Post a Comment

<< Home