Score One for the Serial Adulterer!

Published January 22, 2012 by republicanfaithchat

From CNN:

Columbia, South Carolina (CNN) — Newt Gingrich won Saturday’s South Carolina GOP presidential primary, marking a stunning turnaround for a candidate who finished fourth in Iowa and New Hampshire and whose campaign had been left for dead — again — by observers just weeks ago.

With about 95% of polling places reporting, Gingrich had 40% of the vote, with former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney getting 27% and former U.S. Sen. Rick Santorum getting 17%. U.S. Rep. Ron Paul of Texas had 13%. Based on early returns and exit polls, CNN projected Gingrich the winner.

So for the overall race for the Presidential nomination for God’s Own Party we have:
The Papist Hall Monitor: 1 (Iowa)
The Cultist: 1 (New Hampshire)
The Serial Adulterer: 1 (South of Carolina)

Who, oh who, will be the Anointed One?

What is troubling: why do southern states have such a large say? Really; we are talking about nominating someone who can not only beat Barack HUSSEIN Obama but also keep the prices of our stock portfolios high.

Why can’t the RNC make up some reason to strip the delegates away from the southern states and we just nominate who we want to? It will be no problem getting the South to vote with us in the general; we can plant some black guy in a Fox News press team and arrange for our chosen elected candidate to tell him off on national television. That will wrap up the southern states right there!


One comment on “Score One for the Serial Adulterer!

  • That name, that word Santorum was prominently displayed in the election results. Please faithful fellow republican Christians, do not google that word Santorum. Consider yourself warned, this is so vile even June Gordon wouldn’t go there, not even after her worst binge behind the Bugger King.

    No Jesus but Mary and Joseph. That is the Cathalicky idol Mary and Joseph Smith, the Moron. This is unthinkable, Osama Hussein Obama, an atheist Muslim Kenyan, but he has protected our tax breaks and helped our stock portfolios grow in value.

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