Friday, February 17, 2012

Santorum Update - Feb. 17

Numbers Suggest Santorum Could Be Romney's Worst Nightmare - A Commentary by Scott Rasmussen

The Detroit News - Romney, Santorum make pitches to Michigan voters - GOP hopefuls slam Obama, focus on economy, bailouts

Fox News - Santorum challenges Romney on home turf of Michigan

Politico
Pro-Santorum super PAC goes positive in Michigan

Romney super PAC escalates Santorum-bombing campaign

Rick Santorum disavows Foster Friess’ comments

Mitt Romney, Rick Santorum sell nostalgia in Michigan

Santorum targets Mich. voters with Limbaugh Web ad

Santorum: Romney favored Wall Street bailout, but not Detroit bailout

CNN
Santorum to pick up Romney supporter

Anti-abortion group backs Santorum

Poll: Santorum remains on top in Michigan
Also notable, among likely Republican primary voters who will definitely vote in the primary, Santorum held an even wider advantage over Romney, 38% to 30%. And among self-identified independents and Democrats, Santorum led with 40% to Romney's 27%.

Michigan has an open primary in which any registered voter can participate...
Santorum touts auto manufacturing roots in Detroit

Santorum's birth control remarks scrutinized

MSNBC
Santorum, Romney allies going all-in in Michigan

Santorum paid double Romney's tax rate in 2010, records show

The Right Scoop - Rick Santorum interview on Hannity Radio
This is probably one of the best interviews I’ve heard with Rick Santorum. It is definitely worth listening to especially if you want to hear him talk, not only about the false attacks on him as a big government Republican, but to hear him explain his votes for No Child Left Behind and the prescription drug benefit which get brought up a lot, especially from those who simply support another candidate. He admits he was wrong on the former and says he will pay for the latter and I must admit, I find him sincere in his explanations. In fact, taking a full measure of the man, I find him to be nearly as sincere as they come. I also like that he isn’t getting a big head with his latest poll numbers...

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