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Originally posted by Southern Guardian
Not bad, Romney did a rather good speech in my opinion, not that I agreed with him on his points. I think he stood his ground well.
Satorum's speech? Meh. Ron Paul? Meh.
Santorum declares that even if his own daughter were raped – a hypothetical scenario both men manage to discuss with remarkable calm – the Roman Catholic presidential candidate would maintain his adamantly pro-life position regarding abortion.
when discussing a hypothetical pregnancy by rape just moments later, he says: "I believe and I think that the right approach is to accept this horribly created, in the sense of rape, but nevertheless, in a very broken way, a gift of human life, and accept what God is giving to you." ("In the sense of rape." Deep breaths, Kate.) "Gift from God," "person under the law" – why quibble about semantic differences? The point is: Life! Glorious life! Santorum will defend it! Source
Originally posted by Deja`Vu
reply to post by OutKast Searcher
Hey Outcast, I like your thread. I was wondering, If Ron Paul supporters in those areas number in the thousands then why are the numbers coming out like this. The supporters for Ron Paul are extremely motivated and the numbers aren't adding up in my opinion. Ron should atleast be placing second. Whats your take?edit on 7-2-2012 by Deja`Vu because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by buni11687
CNN is now talking to one of the Colorado GOP voting officials and they are saying Santorum has won with about 40% of the votes...
Dang, what a huge night for Santorum
Originally posted by Mimir
How can a person with such outragious beliefs even be concidered as a president, he's totaly loony and belong in an asylem for mentaly retarded persons.Incredible anyone would vote for him.