Santorum Frightened of Romney, Truly

Rick Santorum sent out a campaign letter which just arrived to voters in Iowa that he is frightened of Mitt Romney.

It truly frightens me to think what’ll happen if Mitt Romney is the nominee.

You can read the letter here. It should also be noted that as of Monday, Santorum has not endorsed Romney.

9 comments on this post.
  1. Digby:

    http://thecaucus.blogs.nytimes.com/2012/04/18/new-poll-romney-and-obama-are-in-a-tight-contest/

    Uh oh!

  2. Jason330:

    I doubt Santorum was prepared for the psychological shock of turning invisible the moment he dropped. Hopefully he will try desperately to remain visible.

  3. puck:

    New Poll: Romney and Obama Are in a Tight Contest

    That didn’t take long.

  4. Jason330:

    Trying to make this sound like a race is going to be a full time job.

  5. cassandra m:

    Yeah, especially given this:

    But the poll continues to show a lack of strong enthusiasm among many Republican voters for Mr. Romney’s candidacy. One in three say they would enthusiastically support him in November. That’s hardly a resounding endorsement from the party faithful.

  6. mediawatch:

    A short wire piece in today’s NJ [http://wilmingtonnewsjournal.de.newsmemory.com/?token=f92b1a4f2477d3dd617d9cb9c2d1910c&cnum=181967&fod=1111111STD&edate=20120418] tells why all loyal Republicans should get behind Mitt:

    “If you’re not sure about wanting to support Mitt Romney, whether you’re liberal, whether you’re very conservative, you ought to be excited because he’s been on your side at one time or another,” Rep. Louie Gohmert, R-Texas, said during a forum that conser­vative lawmakers staged on Capitol Hill.

  7. Jason330:

    That’s pretty good.

  8. nemski:

    I’m as excited about this poll as Republicans are excited about Mitt Romney.

  9. Liberal Elite:

    But Santorum does pose a real threat to Romney. All he has to tell the faithful is to stay home, and some will… enough to hurt.