Santorum The Clear Conservative Alternative To Beat Romney And Obama
Verona, PA - This past week, Republican Presidential candidate Rick Santorum emerged as the clear, conservative alternative to moderate Mitt Romney, while former Congressman Newt Gingrich continues losing ground.
Hogan Gidley, National Communications Director, said: "Time brings clarity, and this week proved that former speaker Gingrich was simply not up to the task of being the conservative alternative to Mitt Romney. Rick Santorum has a long, tried-and-true track record of unapologetically standing up for the conservative principles that make America great. He's the full spectrum conservative who's never wavered on our core principles. It is Rick Santorum who conservatives can rally around as their standard bearer, and poll-after-poll is now showing that the two-man race is now between Santorum and Romney."
Conservative leader Rush Limbaugh summed up the view of many conservatives this week when he said that all the Republican candidates have transgressions against conservatism... "except Santorum." To listen to Limbaugh's analysis: http://www.ricksantorum.com/blog/2012/02/rush-limbaugh-rick-santorum
Rick Santorum received the endorsements of venerable conservative leaders such as:
- Dr. James Dobson
- David Limbaugh
- Michelle Malkin
- Phyllis Schlafly
- Former Congressman Tom Tancredo
Polls have provided empirical data to this trend in the key battleground states of Minnesota and Colorado, where Rick Santorum has emerged as the clear conservative alternative to moderate Mitt Romney.
Nationally, Rick Santorum is the only Republican contender to beat President Barack Obama head-to-head.
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And just as important as the General Election horserace is, Rick Santorum is proving to be the most popular and likeable Republican candidate for President - a key ingredient to winning not just elections, but the hearts and minds of voters. (Public Policy Polling: http://www.publicpolicypolling.com/main/2012/01/trouble-ahead-for-romney.html)