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Santorum is the biggest threat to campaign

Of course Rick Sanatorium will not win, but he is now playing the role that Huckabee play in 2008. Bleed off delegates that RP would otherwise have won.

Sanatorium is now perceived as the moral conservative in the race and can do damage in the heartland. RP only mentions how Sanatorium is a big government voter but does not offer specifics. We need those specifics ringing in people's ears! The Paul Campaign need to post those specific Anti-American Sanatorium's vote and positions, and start using them as taking points!

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I don't think Santorum (or

I don't think Santorum (or Gingrich for that matter) staying in the race is a bad thing. If they dropped out, Romney would have a huge lead in the polls (polling of a hypothetical Paul vs. Romney matchup indicate this), the media would declare Romney the winner, and the debates would be cancelled.

My apologies If you read that, I have to many windows open...

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Have to get the word out what Santorum stands for...

I was telling my aunt today (who voted for Paul in Florida, but likes Santorum second) that the Romney ads will simply bring Santorum down a notch, showing people he is not this grand consistent conservative he touts himself to be.

I told a co-worker who likes Santorum that he favored assassinating foreign private citizens and she looked at me with this "Yeah right" look. I think that a commercial with his wackiness support of assassination, his support of Arlen Specter, and his radical opposition to contraception (taking it beyond a religious view) will really hurt him politically.

Santorum is no conservative.

Apathy

Biggest threat to the campaign is apathy that undermines activism...and people have to actually show up to vote.

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Maybe Romney will spend the

Maybe Romney will spend the money to knock out this loser.

I thought they rejected him in Indiana

I thought the judge said no

He shouldn't be on the Indiana ballot ...

He originally failed to get all the signatures to get on the ballot, but now he's trying to get on the ballot, and we Indiana voters can stop that by submitting a challenge .... and that's exactly what I'm doing ;)

Do you think calling him "Sanatorium" makes Ron Paul supporters

Do you think calling him "Sanatorium" makes Ron Paul supporters look

a. Intelligent, smart and focused on issues

or

b. Stupid and childish?

My vote is for b.

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Perception, perception, perception

Santorum is a bigger threat to win the nomination than most here want to admit. After the hard swing to the liberal left with Obama there is a hard knee jerk reaction that makes Santorum look very appealing to a lot of Republican voters. The perception that Santorum is the most "antiObama" candidate will draw many to support him.

Dr Paul needs to hone his message to highlight his conservative credentials and attack Obama. Attacking Obama and his policies will do the most to attract core conservative voters.

You are right about specifics

and I have most of them here in my files. I will begin posting them on this thread. For one thing he extorted money from the Penn Hills school district through fraud. Then, when the district attempted to get their money back, he took funds from the DOE through a contact or corrupt lobbyist and offered those taxpayer dollars as a settlement. He is so greedy he wouldn't even give back a single dime.

This souless agent of corruption stole twice: from the local Penn Hills taxpayers AND from the DOE.

It's between Santorum and Paul

The poster is correct. I have just talked to three very prominent people a) a caucus chair in Maine b) one of the world's most famous lawyers c) an elderly activist in Idaho

When I mentioned Ron Paul, they all said they like him but (incredibly) they are leaning to Santorum. All said "either Paul or Santorum" but they were planning on Santorum. We have our work cut out for us.

People, these are not sound bites: these are real people describing what is in their minds. He is more of a threat than you know.

We lost Minnesota because blocks of Catholics and Protestants, many who had never caucused before, went specifically to vote Santorum. Otherwise, you would have won the state.

I am emailing and discussing with all three people. One is a starchy neocon, but he said he would support Constitutional Paul (after diffusing the drug, marijuana, and FP issues). The others, I don't know yet. It's all about perception. That's why it's called "Mass" media or, rather, mass hysteria.

He took $100,000

fraudlently from the Penn Hills, PA, school district. That's a financially crunched area.

They found out Santorum's children didn't live in Pennsylvannia, instead in Virginia. They called him on it. They went to court. He refused to repay it.

So, he got the money from taxpayers again through the DOE:

He offered $55,000 of OUR tax money from the DOE as settlement. Penn Hills said no and demanded again that he pay it. He refused. Ultimately, they took the 'settlement.'

Send these details to the Santorum or Paul people. He's the unFamily Candidate.