It is one thing to say that a napkin is not a paper towel or even a car or that chairs are also not cars. Even if you call a chair a car or a paper towel, it does not make it true, dammit. A napkin is a napkin! Everybody knows this.
It is another thing to attack your rivals and last night, Rick Santorum decided to attack on George Bush Rick Perry.
"In that evolution, we have lost a lot of good-paying jobs that supported families that allowed for upward mobility.
I think that's one of the things that people are saying.
You know, look at Governor Perry, and he talks about his unemployment rate, but a lot of those jobs were dead-end jobs that that were not resulting in a growing economy in the middle.
And that's where manufacturing comes in, and we need to make things in America."
Yes this is weak but it is a start. But if Rick Santorum is truly serious about setting up a Theocracy based upon his understanding of catholic doctrine, he needs to step up his game. Otherwise it will be Perry who gets to set up the Theocracy based upon fundamentalist protestant theology. Rick surely does not want this to happen, so he better get serious. The rest of us are, of course, screwed either way.