Rick Santorum: I Meant to Say “Mitt’s an Evil Liberal”

Posted: February 24, 2012 in 2012 election, mitt romney, rick santorum
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We all have those “I should have said [this] instead” moments, and our future President of the United States Rick Santorum just had one.

In the most recent (Arizona) Presidential debate (number 2,412 by my count), Santorum inadequately responded to Mitt Romney’s vile attack against him for supporting some outlandish liberal ideas of then-president and known liberal George W. Bush.

Santorum’s staff took a couple of days and came back with a great response, given by e-mail:

Mitt Romney has criticized me for taking one for the Republican team and we all know why, because Mitt Romney’s teammates are all Democrats. It’s pretty clear what team Mitt Romney is on when he passed socialized medicine that included $50 dollar abortions–bragged about not lining up with the NRA–appointed liberal activist judges to the Massachusetts bench, and was hanging out at Planned Parenthood events celebrating the pro–choice agenda.

No wonder working with a Republican President’s team is foreign to Mitt Romney.

Take that, Mitt! You’re the evil liberal, not me!

Now, all we have to do is find a way to get the quick-thinking staff member to answer questions for Rick live, and we’ll soon get to say what we’ve all been dying to say, “Hello, President Santorum.”

Since it’s Friday, we’ll do something a little different. We’ll use a couple of pictures to illustrate:

Santorum and Romney in debate

This isn’t from the actual debate, but it’s what Santorum looked like when he was getting whiny and defensive after Romney’s baseless attack.

Santorum and Romney shaking handsThis is what it would have looked like had Santorum hit Romney with his witty comeback. Romney would have stopped the debate, congratulated Santorum on the impending nomination, and asked if Santorum was able to convince Pat Robertson to be his running mate.

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