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Rick Santorum sees a Florida early-primary conspiracy at play

Rick Santorum sees a conspiracy in Florida pushing up its presidential primary to Jan. 31. In a FOX News interview last night, Santorum said "somebody in Florida" is working to shorten the primary time for Mitt Romney or Rick Perry. He takes a shot at House Speaker Dean Cannon, though not by name, noting Cannon is a Perry supporter.

"I'm sure they'd like to have the election tomorrow," Santorum said. "By moving up the calender, you help the favorites."

 

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Jim Lampe

Whining is not presidential; and his prosaic analysis shows he learned nothing at CPAC.

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