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Published: Wednesday, March 14 2012 8:57 a.m. MDT

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JWB
Kaysville, UT

The Santorum process has been to use the evangelical camp as his mainstay. They are historically conservative and that is where he got his forces, people and money, in the Iowa timeframe. Perry was the evangelical choice but with his demise, Santorum picked up that cause as they provided him some of the organization and some of the money. Romney is as conservative as Santorum but Santorum who is rich, is just not as rich as Romney since Romney has been a private citizen making money. Santorum has been a public servant spending money, not fiscally conservative or politically conservative, just a born again conservative without an organization of his own. With the northeast and western votes for Romney, Santorum will have more concerns. SantorumÂs math is fuzzy math. The end result is not how many states you may have won, it is by the number of delegates a candidate has accrued. Republicans cover a broad base of people, from moderate to conservative. There is room for all of those as it takes the whole to win the election to bring our country back.

Brother Chuck Schroeder
A Tropical Paradise USA, FL

Romneys had a 10-to-1 money advantage, Santorum said of Romney during the interview on the Kilmeade and Friends radio show. He's had all the organizational advantages plus the hype and hyperboil from the DNews. He has Fox News shilling for him every day, no offense Brian, but I see it. And yet, he can't even seal the deal because he just doesn't have the goods to be able to motivate the Republican base, to win this election. They say gasoline could be $6 a gallon. But the good news is the White House says President Obama is aware of the problem, and will continue to talk about it between fundraisers. Does Romney care?. Happy birthday to Mitt Romney, he's 65 years old. At his party, he didn't blow out the candles. He gave a speech and the candles just flickered and died. Romney's birthday is not a big deal here, in Utah it is. But in the Cayman Islands, it's a national holiday. Mitt actually tried to grow his own food in Utah, but he can't find any Twinkie seeds their.

Is this all the RNC has to offer?.

If so, Omaba will be a landslide in 2012.

That's the truth.

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