February 25, 2012
Mitt Romney has taken heat for his ill-conceived $10,000 bet with Rick Perry, but did he steal it from the Macaulay Culkin movie? You be the judge.
Republican Presidential candidate Rick Santorum criticized the President as a "snob" today for saying everyone should go to college. But Rick Santorum once touted himself as a champion of education spending, the snapshots below come from official 2006 Rick Santorum campaign literature and his 2006 website.
"He's just going to sit in the audience and watch me."
This landed today in the mailbox of an Ohio Republican, who sent it to BuzzFeed. "No one's excited about Mitt Romney," says the mailer from the Red, White, and Blue Fund, blasting him as "a weak candidate, who passed RomneyCare, supports cap-and-trade, and has flip-flopped on so many issues that no one knows where he really stands."
Rick Santorum is one of the first politicians to enter the (surprisingly) untapped sponsorship of NASCAR cars. Here are a few of the other trailblazers.
2004 Arlen Specter Ad Touts Santourm, Bush And Specter As Part Of The Team: Of "Three For Pennsylvania"
Former Pennsylvania Senator Rick Santorum offers a robust defense of his 2004 endorsement of then Republican turned Democrat Arlen Specter, saying his Senate colleague was an important member of the Bush team. A newly unearthed ad from Senator Specter's 2004 website, accessed online via the Web Archive shows just how far the Pennsylvania Senator went.
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And he quickly defuses it. At an unpredictable town hall, a loose Romney shows some campaigning chops.
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