Love Letter To The SuperPAC: Santorum Campaign Makes Entire Ad Off Foster Friess Joke
Republican President Rick Santorum's campaign released a new ad, "Sad But True," today, largely based on a joke made by Santorum SuperPAC financier Foster Friess at CPAC. Others remember Friess better for a widely panned crack about "gals" using aspirin for birth control.
Santorum SuperPAC Attacks In The Mail With Romney-Busting Elephant
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."
Santorum Plays Reverend Wright Card While Doing Damage Control For Supporter's Contraception "Joke"
"Hold on Charlie, when you quote a supporter of mine who tells a bad off-color joke and somehow I am responsible for that, that is gotcha." Disavows Foster Friess comments to CBS "This Morning" host Charlie Rose.