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Santorum shocked GOP with Alabama, Mississippi wins -The Trail

Wednesday, March 14, 2012 - 01:08

Republican strategist Ford O'Connell says primary wins by Rick Santorum Tuesday night in the South shocked the GOP and put him in line to go one-on-one with frontrunner Mitt Romney. Santorum campaigned for votes Wednesday in San Juan, Puerto Rico.

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If we keep winning races. Eventually people are gonna figure out that governor Romney is going to be an army. Mean I I think less like shocked everybody. And Rick Santorum came out ahead in the show themselves or in the south if he can continue to you know when southern states. Yes real shot of being the not from the company are not running candidates what he did do but when I. Was actually showed his -- -- to -- -- want them. Rick Santorum that a great job of retail campaigning he did a better job than the other two candidates connecting with the grassroots voters. He basically social conservatives. And fiscal conservative basically said Mitt Romney you haven't sold books. -- you have not earned the right to be the nominee and that's really what Mitt Romney is fighting the terrain is much better suited for Rick Santorum Mitt Romney the only question. Whoever Newt Gingrich days in the race as long as Newt Gingrich stays in the race to get all the benefits Mitt Romney and -- for example. And you know right now basically Mitt Romney is using atomic bomb to kill it and that and just walk away.

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Santorum shocked GOP with Alabama, Mississippi wins -The Trail

Wednesday, March 14, 2012 - 01:08