Imagine This Headline: Santorum Endorses Obama

 

 

 

 

 

 

Imagine Rick Santorum endorsing Barack Obama. Imagine no longer. He did it.

CBS News article dated March 22, 2012 at 10:37 PM

Santorum: Might As Well Have Obama Over Romney

Almost from ‘day one’, Rick Santorum has been running against Mitt Romney, styling himself as the “Anti-Romney” candidate, not the “Anti-Obama” candidate. Now that he sees his campaign in certain defeat, he desperately strikes out against fellow Republican Mitt Romney.

You folks who don’t know Santorum’s track record in the Senate or perhaps don’t want to know, his record is one of big government, deficit spending and pro-abortion (I know, I know, he was ‘miraculously’ converted.)

It was he, Rick Santorum, who supported Arlen Specter over Pat Toomey. Subsequently, Specter became the ‘swing vote’ that passed ObamaCare in the Senate. Do you understand? Santorum’s support of Specter gave us ObamaCare.

Furthermore, Santorum supported Davis-Bacon, a law that forces all government contractors to pay “prevailing wages” – code term for “union wages”. In right-to-work states like Texas, this onerous law drives up the cost of government projects and procurement. It’s just another big-government law that overrides the Tenth Amendment as it pushes union labor through the back door of our state’s economy.

ObamaCare represents the largest tax increases in the history of our nation. Under this dreadful law, we lose precious liberty and seniors will be at risk of “death panels”.

As hideous as legal abortion is in this country, ObamaCare will accelerate the murder rate of unborn and partially-born children AND Obama is forcing us to buy insurance AND forcing insurance companies to cover elective abortions.

Santorum is showing his true character, my friends. If you are one of his ardent supporters, I implore you: look at his track record. A politician’s track record will reveal more about future performance than campaign rhetoric.

Unlike RINO Santorum, I will be wholeheartedly supporting the Republican nominee for the office of President.

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