Rick's plans are a wee bit wide of reality
-Headline of the Day-
"Santorum Concedes: He Can't Win The Nomination Outright."
Talk about your misleading headlines; Rick Santorum has not conceded the Republican nomination to Mitt Romney. Instead, he conceded to the argument that he'll never get the delegates he needs to win the nomination. It not really much of a fine distinction and when your headline begins "SANTORUM CONCEDES" you really ought to consider the fact that someone's bound to take that the wrong way.
How can Rick argue that he can't win the delegate math, while he can win the nomination? Simple. It just takes buttload upon buttload of wishful thinking. See, Santorum 2012 is circulating a memo arguing that Romney won't get the delegates needed to be the automatic winner. That means a contested convention. And that, by a leap of logic worthy of Evel Knievel, means we're looking at nominee Rick.
Actually, now that I think about it, "SANTORUM CONCEDES" is only a millimeter short of the truth. (Buzzfeed)
If the strategy in the memo doesn't pan out...
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...Rick has a plan to get rid of Gingrich. (GoComics.com)
"Fox News Commenters React to Afghan Killings: ‘A Dead Muslim Is a Good Muslim.’"
How far gone is the right these days? Well, they're cheering on serial killers, so... (Little Green Footballs)