“And then they told me that they all secretly wished they could vote for me too”

Rick Santorum decided to take his talents to Hollywood to prepare for another losing presidential campaign make movies that religious conservatives could enjoy, but he’s missing his true calling as a creator of high-quality science fiction:

Appearing on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” to promote his new book “Blue Collar Conservatives,” Santorum was asked whether he thought he’d win if his family was game to launch another presidential bid. He lost the Republican nomination last time around to former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney (R).

“Look, I thought I could have won last time,” he said. “I’m convinced. You know I asked one of the Obama minions who were running the campaign ‘Hey, why didn’t you guys help me? I was up there battling Romney and all these folks at MSNBC were saying wouldn’t this be great if Santorum were the nominee, why didn’t you help me? Why didn’t you go out and bang me a little a bit, hit me you know, as being too conservative?'”

“And the consensus was, ‘We didn’t want you, because of this,'” Santorum added, holding up his book.

I’m sure that was the consensus. It just makes too much Sense not to be true.

A political juggernaut so powerful that he doesn't need to "win" elections to know he probably would have won them
A political juggernaut so powerful that he doesn’t need to “win” elections to know he probably would have won them

Author: DWD

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