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Santorum previews Super Tuesday

Former Pennsylvania Senator Rick Santorum joined Sean for his turn on the “Best Election Coverage of 2012” to give an update on his campaign and his thoughts heading into Super Tuesday. “Ohio is obviously one of the big states and I see two or three polls where you and Governor Romney are in a dead heat,” began Hannity. “We’re being outspent by twelve million dollars,” offered Santorum, “It’s remarkable and I can’t tell you how excited I am.”

USA Today has both Governor Romney and Senator Santorum at 32% and Speaker Gingrich trailing behind at 14%. There’s little doubt that Governor Romney has the resources needed to wage an effective campaign which makes this story all that more interesting. Santorum mentions Gov. Romney’s intense campaign spending in Ohio and explains that he’s being outspent by at least 6 to 1 in each state, but he’s expecting to have a decent showing in the Super Tuesday primaries.

How is it that Senator Santorum has been able to wage such a successful campaign with more limited resources? “We’re running basically positive ads,” answered Santorum, “If you’ve seen Governor Romney’s Op-Ed where he advocated for a government mandate on the federal level, it’s one thing to advocate for it and it’s another thing to go out and tell everybody he didn’t when he did.”

Senator Santorum was referring to the recent controversy where Governor Romney’s 2009 USA Today Op-Ed piece came out where he appeared to be supporting government mandates.

The two also address the Rush Limbaugh controversy and Prime Minister Netanyahu’s meeting with President Obama.







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