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When will Santorum quit? Your guess

Well, it looks like Santorum is about finished.

Which day next week do you think he'll quit?

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Between Feb. 4th and Feb

Between Feb. 4th and Feb 11th, most likely the 8th. After several big losses. Certainly not before Nevada and Maine on the 4th. He'll probably stay in to see how Colorado, Minnesota, and Missouri go on the 7th, but may save himself the embarrassment if his poll numbers are too pathetic.

LOL

"but may save himself the embarrassment if his poll numbers are too pathetic" love it.

This bonehead

will keep on going.... I think he will never drop. Hoping he will be the alternative in a brokered convention. He also can't take no for an answer. Out of the three oppostion candidates to Paul, Santorum is the scariest. The other two will be arguing all the way to the convention.... Telling everyone how terrible each other one of them are!
Larry (Santorum) Moe (Romney) Curly (Gingrich).

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Scrotum will quit right about....

NOW.

But seriously, I also see Frothy endorse fellow "Catholic" Pig Newton to halt Willard's march...

Wednesday morning

endorses newt

I think he'll either suddenly

I think he'll suddenly quit before FL and endorse Romney if it looks like Gingrich might win: i.e. because IMO the GOP establishment at this point probably wants Gingrich out, because they want to be able to declare someone (aka Romney) the winner, in order to shut down debate and stop Ron Paul from carrying out his long-term strategy.

Or, he'll drop out if Paul takes third and beats him in FL, at which point I think the confluence of no money and dwindling support will make the choice for him. Unless of course the GOP establishment asks him to stay, but I don't know why they would want that. I think it's evident that they want to be able to declare the race over and crown Romney the presumptive nominee.

"Alas! I believe in the virtue of birds. And it only takes a feather for me to die laughing."

He'll quit the day Marx Levin tells him

to

Santorum's Departure will be soon. Maybe while he's in PA?

Santorum is heading back to Pennsylvania (He claims to do his taxes)but now that this story is loose, it will probably hasten his exit:

http://subsidiaritytimes.blogspot.com/2012/01/santorum-is-fi...

I'm a Professor, my name is Wall

February 9th

With Florida's primary 1/31, there isn't any real reason he would need to drop out immediately. It won't cost him much to continue through the next wave of primaries/caucuses scheduled for Feb 4 through Feb 7.

Nevada
Maine
Colorado
Minnesota
Missouri

I think the only reason he pulls the plug before this next wave of states is because he is told to by the GOP or whomever is pulling his strings.

The fact that the upcoming states (excluding Missouri non-binding straw poll with caucus to be held Mar 17) are all caucuses means he can still accumulate potential delegates. In that light, he is in the same position as Ron Paul's campaign. Money and lack of organization will be his downfall.

My prediction stands at February 9th. February 8th he's schooled on how to bow out of the race and who to endorse and the announcement comes Feb 9.

"Criticizing Ron Paul for not passing bills in Congress is like criticizing a nun in a whore house for not turning tricks. He was there to stop the "whoring," not become one!" ~ Blake Buffington

he will quit...

as part of a deal to keep romney from winning...

he will endorse gingrich... attempting to tighten the race in florida...

Who cares

Santorum can endorse who ever he wants.

He is nothing more than a speed bump, same as Newt another speed bump.

Now, to endorse Newt?

If Santa quits now Saturday and endorses Gingrich, he might shift the balance of Florida and help make it a multi candidate race a few more states. Santa took most of his votes from Gingrich, if one takes a look on how the polls have developed. And many of those votes might go back to where they came from.

If Romney wins Florida and Santa maybe ends up last, it will be too late for him to influence anything with his endorsement, and I suppose he wants to cash out the most he can from his tedious micro campaigning in Iowa...

Santa

LOL

Thomas M. Gallion

I would guess~~hmmm~~Wednesday!

LOL

he will quit before florida...

as part of a deal with gingrich... he will endorse gingrich and gingrich will get his votes all in an attempt to halt romney....

Probably

On Wednesday would be my guess.

The bold effort the present bank had made to control the government ... are but premonitions of the fate that await the American people should they be deluded into a perpetuation of this institution or the establishment of another like it-Andrew Jackson