A thick layer of frothy fecal matter would be an improvement for the movement

Oh, yes. Yes! YES! [via Poolitico]

“There isn’t a single candidate running for president who can claim to be a tea party candidate,” [Former Senator Rick Santorum] told POLITICO Wednesday. “That’s by definition. The people involved in the movement weren’t involved in politics, and were only activated by what they saw in Washington.”
Dear me. I wonder if anyone out there does qualify?

But Santorum said [sic] can lay some claim to the tea party mantle as someone who left politics [That shellacking at Casey’s hands had nothing to do with it. Honest. -ed.] and is only eyeing a comeback because of the same concerns that dominate the movement [Yes it’s true. Politicoers will shrivel up and die if they stop sucking neo-con sack for more than 30 seconds. -ed].

“I qualify,” said Santorum, [Wow. Didn’t see that coming. -ed.] after hosting an afternoon talk with former Pakistan President Pervez Musharraf near the Capitol. “I was out, content to be out, but now I feel compelled to come back.” [Translation: The Moose Killa from Wasilla is sucking up all the Wingnut Welfare and baby needs a new pair of shoes. -ed.]

To be realistic for a  moment, I know the GOP isn’t going nominate this particular dimwitted gibbering homophobic fucknugget. (But it can’t hurt to pray or light a candle or sacrifice a chicken or something.) However, I have high hopes that Sen. Frothy Fecal Matter has fired the first shot in a long bloody battle over which GOPer is the TeaPartiest of them all.

Plus, it may spur M. Savage to start Spreading Santorum again.
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