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Published: Thursday, March 22 2012 6:10 p.m. MDT

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Give Me A Break
Pullman, WA

Santorum just sunk his own ship not only for this election, but for any to follow. What a egotistical self serving politician, which is even worse than a regular self-serving politician.

patjan
Flower Mound, TX

Wow, Santorum just shot himself in the foot. For him to say that we may as well have Obama in there for another term rather than Romney - this makes him look like the wrong man for the job. Santorum is creating a fictitious Romney to help himself to get elected. He is the one saying anything to be elected.

Kathy.
Iowa, Iowa

Is he crazy? He just finished off him self off.

Mountanman
Hayden, ID

Ever notice that when things aren’t going well for people, their true character comes out whatever the circumstances?

don17
Temecula, CA

All Santorum does is whine and cry, whine and cry! It is old now! Supported candidates have money coming in!

xscribe
Colorado Springs, CO

This should squelch any notion of Santorum being a VP!

mtmanmc
Colorado Springs, CO

Santorum came this into unprepared and it now showing. A remark even stating, "Might as well have O-bama over Rommey" is a person that I won't for now or at anytime. His statement on Unemployment and Economy just keep showing he isn't the right person to be President. Longer he runs the more divided and more money it's taking away from a campaign against O-bama.

Kiyo
Washougal, Washington

.....Perry, Cain, Santorum, Gingritch..... all have been trying to get as far as they could against an unpopular president and either gain the nomination, or help weaken President Obama's main opponents.....a win-win combination for any politician. What amazed me was that a majority of my fellow caucus goers up here in Washington state bit on it hook, line and sinker. It was only Mitt Romney's energy and love for this country that another John McCain-like candidacy was averted.

KJB
Louisville, KY

Seems a little arrogant to me that Mr. Santorum would elevate himself over his political party through such a sophomoric comment. Makes me wonder if any politician who espouses this philosophy of "it's all about me" would adopt a similar attitude towards the constitution as well once in office. At least there's never a dull moment in national politics during an election year.

Fred44
Salt Lake City, Utah

Mr. Santorum's comments will play well with the evangelicals in the south who are anti-Mormon. FOX News and Sean Hannity will also be defending him today. This is not a game changer, just another aspect of the Republican parties circular firing squad.

lost in DC
West Jordan, UT

Sour grapes

Andermart
Pullman, WA

I think if we could see Santorum's doodles on his etch-a-sketch it would say: "I am Toast". But he may not be bright enough to realize it, or to write it. He seems to be turning all the wrong knobs.

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