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Published: Tuesday, Feb. 21 2012 8:05 p.m. MST

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UtahBlueDevil
Durham, NC

Lets drop the pretend shock over these kind of comments...

"Oh yeah, maybe he's not the best guy, and after a while, you found out things about this guy over in Europe, and he's not so good of a guy after all."

These are all the same talking points Glen, Rush and Neil use on their shock radio shows daily. None of this is new. I wish we had sunk to new levels, but we haven't. The far right has been trolling the depths of the gutter for some time ( as the far left has been dong likewise. People have become addicted to drama.... the vast majority of our entertainment is drama based... and it just flows over into our daily lives. Next week, Obama will be Stalin, with claims he intends to create work camps for those who will not bend to his will..... its all there already. Just google it.

It is truly sad this is what American society has become. Santorum and Romney can't run on what they will do, rather their platforms are driven by just how bad the other choices are. I will likely never vote for Ron Paul, but at least he campaigns on what he will do. What a novel concept.

There You Go Again
Saint George, UT

"...A surging Rick Santorum is making increasingly harsh remarks about President Barack Obama, questioning his Christian values...".

"...Santorum compared President Obama to Adolf Hitler...".

"...Santorum said people who shrug off troubling signs about Obama are like those Americans who ignored the growing fascist menace in Europe before World War II...".

"...Romney's team is monitoring Santorum's comments, privately suggesting they could hurt him in a general election...".

Naw.

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