Monday, January 2, 2012

Baby farmer Michelle Duggar endorses Rick Santorum

Posted by Chris Haire on Mon, Jan 2, 2012 at 5:48 PM

Vagina. It's not a clown car.

That's what I think of every single time I hear the name of Michelle Duggar.

That's may not be what you may think of whenever someone mentions the star of the Discovery Channel's Too Many Fucking Kids and Counting franchise, but I do. If it is, then Duggar's Monday afternoon endorsement of Sen. Rick Santorum just might mean something to you other than a last minute attempt from the Pennsylvania has-been to win over evangelical baby farmers.

Anyhow, here's what Duggar had to say:

This year's Presidential race outcome will set the course of America for the next several years! Rick Santorum is a pro-life, Christian conservative with the family values and common sense business perspective that we need to get our nation back on track, to create jobs and to stand for what is right! Rick has a proven track record as a leader in the US Senate he fought to end partial birth abortion, he has stood for defining marriage as between a man and a woman. Rick believes in lower taxes and less government control in our lives. He also will fight for drilling our own oil out of Alaska, which will lower fuel prices, create jobs and put thousands of dollars back in families pocketbooks. Rick is the man for the job, and the entire Duggar family asks those who are looking for a conservative candidate to support to join them in voting for Rick Santorum for President. He will be a voice for senior citizens, the working families and the unborn.

In a press release announcing the endorsement, the Santorum camp also noted that Duggar and her brood will be journeying from their Arkansas home to join Rick on the stump in Iowa tomorrow just in time for the caucuses. Perhaps with Michelle's help third-place-polling Santorum will be able to close the gap between him
and the GOP's two Iowa leaders, Mitt Romney and Ron Paul.

But with Romney at 24 percent, Paul at 22 and Santorum at 15, according to a recent poll, that gap may be simply too big for the former Pennsylvania senator.

Maybe Mr. Duggar can give him some advice about that.

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