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Rick Santorum Wins A “Partial” Primary In The Most Politically Corrupt State in History

Posted by: John Schroeder at 07:49 am, March 25th 2012     —    2 Comments »

Just sayin‘ – it is Louisiana.

And I just love the fact that the REPUBLICAN voters there are helping Obama:

“Romney’s got two major problems,” said Corley Seenyard, a Tea Party activist from central Louisiana. “One is he’s a multimillionaire. The other is he’s a Mormon. I have no problem with that, but the Mormon church, as you probably know, would not allow blacks in until recently.”

Corley and his wife, Mary, sometimes dress up as George and Mary Washington and visit schools to talk about the Constitution. Mary wore a large elephant necklace at a Gingrich event in Baton Rouge.

I mean seriously.  This does not matter – there were only 20 delegates at stake out of 46 available in the state.  Santorum got 10 and Romney 5.  I don’t see that changing the math much.  (And wait until the other 26 kick in from the state convention.)

I am going to go back to trying to enjoy my weekend.

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