Monty Python -Rich Santorum as ‘The Black Night’…says “My Positions and Word Written in Stone”

The time has come for Rick Santorum “stand aside” as a “worthy adversary” and let Mitt Romney begin his General Election campaign against Obama.  No doubt that Rick would be calling on Mitt to drop out by now if the roles were reversed, but then we see how easy it is to disconnect from reality when your sense of self is so weak that you need great accomplishments to make you feel more secure with yourself.  Contrast this behavior with that of a man with a great sense of self -Mitt Romney.  Back in 2008 Mitt dropped out right after Super Tuesday, even though he had a  much better chance of defeating McCain than Santorum has now.  When Mitt dropped out at CPAC then he said this: “Sure, we can fight on all the way to convention, but if I were to fight on it would make it more likely that Barack Obama would it and I simply cannot allow my campaign to aid in the surrender to terror.”

Of course Rick Santorum’s justification for lacking the same character trait is “we cannot nominate someone who’s not Conservative, which is ironic coming from Santorum.”  Pretty pathetic if you ask me, and unbecoming of one worthy of the office of President and who claims his country and values come first.  If you heard Santorum’s silly mockery of Mitt yesterday (see my take here) while campaigning with an Etch A Sketch, you may have heard him say “Governor Romney is an Etch A Sketch candidate….my positions and my words are written in stone.”

Here’s my question to Santorum then:  If your words and positions are written in stone, does that mean you still endorse Governor Romney and they you still feel that he is very Conservative?


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Author:Spencer Iacono

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