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Rick Santorum will never become president
Article added on March 11 at 08:09 London time
  
With 99% of all precincts counted, Rick Santorum will may have won 51% of the votes in Kansas, ahead of Mitt Romney with 21%, Newt Gingrich with 14% and Ron Paul with 13%. But the bottom line remains: Rick Santorum will never become president.

As written before, Rick Santorum is a former senator, who has miserable failed re-election in 2006 and who has zero executive experience, neither on the political level nor in the private sector. In this regard, he is much worse than President Obama who, by election day, will at least have had some four years of learning on the job.

As for his ultra-conservative views, including for instance no abortion rights even for rape victims, the opposition to the use of condoms and the comparison of same-sex marriage with pedophilia and bestiality, Rick Santorum will never be able to win a majority of the younger generation and of women voters. So why vote for a born loser during the GOP primaries and caucuses?

Rick Santorum should remain what he is, a private practice lawyer, consultant and news contributor. His views may be respectable as his personal choice as a private citizen, but they are totally inacceptable for a clear majority of the overall American population.

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Mitt Romney acknowledged defeat ahead of the vote in Kansas and did not even campaign in the very conservative state.

March 10, 2012 offered  additional Republican primaries or rather caucuses in Guam, the Northern Marianas and the Virgin Islands. No results are in yet from those three caucuses.

President Obama and his campaign team have released a 17-minute video on March 8 entitled “The Road We've Traveled”, narrated by Obama cheerleader Tom Hanks and directed by Oscar-winning director Davis Guggenheim.

With unemployment at 8.3%, not counting the underemployed and the millions who have given up looking for a job in the present economic situation, the video is more of a fairy-tale for adepts of the Messiah than a clever propaganda piece that could win over independent and centrist voters who have been hit hard by the financial and housing crisis.

More articles about the GOP presidential primaries and caucuses: Super Tuesday results,
Romney wins Washington state, Romney wins Arizona and Michigan.







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