Rick Santorum and Mitt Romney spar over Santorum’s earmark comments at a CNN debate. (TPM)

A late arriving Rick Santorum fundraising letter told support suporters,
“It truly frightens me to think what’ll happen if Mitt Romney is the nominee.”
The Ticket reported:

A late Rick Santorum speaks at the Celebration of American Values Leadership Forum during the …e-arriving Rick Santorum fund-raising letter to Iowa voters is causing a stir for its harshly worded attack on presumptive Republican nominee Mitt Romney.

The letter, first reported on and reprinted in full by the Des Moines Register, arrived in Iowa mailboxes on Monday, nearly a week after the former Pennsylvania senator suspended his campaign.

“It truly frightens me to think what’ll happen if Mitt Romney is the nominee,” reads the undated letter, which is signed by Santorum and paid for by his campaign.

It goes on to repeat some of Santorum’s most frequent attacks on Romney, calling him “a Massachusetts moderate,” and suggesting that “Republicans and conservatives will be crippled by a nominee who presents zero contrast with Barack Obama on the major issues of this election.”

Of course this wasn’t the first time Rick bashed Mitt. In fact he’s said much worse.

 

 

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  1. Isn’t about time Santorum focused on the important job of beating Obama, rather than beating up on Romney?

    I have plenty of issues with Romney, but more Republicans want him than of the other contenders, so we go to war with the candidate we have rather than the ideal one that doesn’t exist.

    Santorum will end whatever political future he thought he might have if he doesn’t stop attacking Romney soon. He quit because he knew he didn’t have the money or the votes to win his home state. Color him toasted.

  2. Well..the truth is a defense. Much to my chagrin as I have lately traveled around in key states to the 2012 election: I hear many engaged folks stating they fear Obama will win re-election due to apathy. Mitt inspires zero enthusiasm and they fear “Obama light” if he wins.

  3. I agree with Santorum…

    Conservatives once again, are saying…we will go ahead and take the lesser of two evils and next time we will vote for a real conservative….for now they will bow to the Corrupt Bastard’s of the GOP and fall in line like good little Sheeple …for the “severely conservative” one…

  4. Romney frightens me too, however 4 more years of Obama frightens me more. Santorum was my #2 choice after Bachmann from the start, while I’m disappointed he dropped out, I’ll vote for Levin’s orange juice can or Beck’s shoe before I vote for the Marxist Jew hater currently in the White House

  5. The Republican ‘elites’ have picked our candidate for us. Who would Santy have us vote for? We can’t take another 4 years of oBama.

  6. My prediction is that as of 2013, Rick Santorum will begin his downward spiral into political oblivion.

  7. Choosing the lesser of two evils is still choosing evil.
    Hard tyranny vs. soft tyranny, cherry KoolAid with arsenic or grape KoolAid with arsenic, douche vs. crap sandwich…great choices for POTUS.

    Ruck Fomney!

  8. Sounds like SoreLoserman to me.

  9. Jim:

    Of course this wasn’t the first time Rick bashed Mitt.

    I don’t think that word means what you think it means.

  10. #8 Hopeful

    It was written before he lost. Try again.

  11. Look, Santorum’s primary performance was abyssmal. I’m a conservative, but he ran poorly to the point where he had no chance of winning but was intent on becoming a irritant to Romney.

    He waited at the back of the pack for too long. Only after Cain and Bachman dropped out did anyone notice he was there. That was pathetic.

    We will endorse Romeny and we, as Conservative, should drive him to victory because there is only one candidate who truly scares me:

    Barack Hussein Obama.

  12. That said, I’ll vote for Romney, even if I have to punch my way through spitting, screaming OWSers and violent NBPP members.

    Even though my vote will be cancelled out by 20 dead-people Democrat votes, even though my vote will be cancelled out by 20 felon Democrat votes, even though my vote will be cancelled out by 20 Democrat votes found in the back seats of pollworkers’ cars, even though my vote will be cancelled out by the tossing out by Democrats of overseas military votes, and even though my vote will be cancelled out by 20 illegal immigrant votes.

    I’ll still play the game, in hopes that a landslide big enough will cancel out all the illegal Democrat votes, and we can push Romney into the White House against all that, and the probability that he doesn’t even want to win in the first place.

    I’ll still play this game. Stacked as it is against us.

  13. Romney certainly wasn’t my first choice or even second, but the thing is; ABO 2012. Santorum needs to quit whining and get onboard to beat Zero. America will NOT survive another 4 under the LOSER.

  14. And I can’t wait to see the look on Romney’s face, when, against his wishes, he wins.

  15. A.B.O.

    Indeed.

  16. If Obama wins, it will be America’s Last Election, and we will have Hugo Chavez x100.

    And Mao x10.

  17. You want to smell mass-graves and the acrid, greasy smoke from burning bodies of “dissidents”?

    Let Obama win, and you will.

  18. And today, April 18, is Yom Ha’Shoah.

    Never Again — unless the Left gets its way.

  19. 10 point spread is what Romney will win by. Obama has pissed off most e dry constituent block. He’s given up on the white vote and women. Now he is pandering to the NASCAR group. Ahem, Obama, NASCAR is almost all white, dumbass. Contributions are down 30% to Obama. 50% down for the DNC. He’s toast.



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