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Rick Santorum Meets With Advisers On Campaign Future

| On 05, Apr 2012

Those close to Rick Santorum are downplaying a meeting he had Thursday with advisers in Northern Virginia. (Photo credit unknown)

GOP presidential candidate Rick Santorum is doing everything humanly possible to keep his face in the 2012 race.

Despite a sickening gap in delegates between he and front-runner Mitt Romney, Santorum is “yet holding on” to Jesus. He hopes that with the primary action in his home state of Pennsylvania on April 24 he won’t be wiped off the electoral map.

On Thursday, sources close to Santorum said he met with advisers in Virginia. They say the meeting was NOT about dropping out of the race, but rather how to strategically win moving forward.

Mmmmhhhhm…

They cannot expect us to believe that Santorum met with his top people and NEVER discussed an exit strategy. For his sake, I hope he talked about the very real idea of leaving the GOP field. It’s all but confirmed mathematically. We are just waiting on Santorum to face reality.

One of the major issues moving forward is his own home state of Pennsylvania. It looks like he could suffer a loss there in the primary, which would deal a major blow to his bullet-riddled campaign.

But, all four of the GOP candidates operate on a tank full of ego. They won’t drop out when they should, but rather when they make asses of themselves and can no longer move forward. *glares at Newt Gingrich and Ron Paul*

This is getting funnier sadder to watch each day.

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ANSWER IN THE COMMENTS SECTION BELOW: 

Do you think Rick Santorum should drop out of the race now?

Or, should he wait for the results of the Pennsylvania primary on April 24?

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