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February 26, 2012


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Amazing that someone having held high office and now seeking to be President should be so ignorant of the grounds for the pilgrims leaving for that country and the giving birth of it.


Some people defend Santorum by saying, 'well, at least he's genuine', which makes you think, 'sure- genuinely offensive and bonkers'. Mystifies me that anyone would choose this guy over Romney, just because Santorum could somehow 'relate' to them better. As if that matters more than being qualified & not crackers.

simon kane

However... you can't say you don't know what you're voting for. I mean shiftiness and spin could certainly do Santorum a few favours, but what favours does it do the electorate?

Ian Leslie

You're right, of course, Simon.


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