Comments:Santorum neologism spreads to Romney
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|Comments from feedback form - "Pretty funny stuff, I say."||1||07:17, 29 February 2012|
|Comments from feedback form - "The article is poorly written ..."||7||17:35, 21 February 2012|
|Comments from feedback form - "Pure political posturing. Thi..."||1||23:14, 19 February 2012|
|Comments from feedback form - "Clearly written by a Democrat ..."||1||20:15, 17 February 2012|
Pretty funny stuff, I say. One doesn't even need to take effort to smear Mitt or Rick. Just wind them up and let them go.
The article is poorly written and after reading it twice I am still unclear exactly how "Romney" or "Romneying" is defined, how this relates to the well-known Santorum neologism, or why this is notable (3,000 likes does not notability make).
If your are going to refer to a source for more information, should there at least be some more information available? This article is little more than pushing a Democratic agenda story that has almost no play in the real world. However, I am not that suprised. 22.214.171.124 (talk) 20:49, 19 February 2012 (UTC)
Pure political posturing. This is a non-story that is being pushed by the left. It also seems to be used to further the santorum website in order to help out Savage's slur campaign against Santorum.