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Santorum Launches First Radio Ad in Iowa

Former Republican Senator and current presidential aspirant Rick Santorum aired his first radio advertisement in Iowa today.  

In the spot, titled “Agree,” Santorum highlights all of the areas where he and his fellow GOP candidates don’t arrive at a consensus.  He notes his disagreement with former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney on “government run Romneycare.”  He calls Texas Governor Rick Perry “dead wrong” for supporting in-state tuition rates for illegal immigrants.  Santorum also vehemently opposes the Wall Street bailouts, which former Godfather’s Pizza CEO Herman Cain supported.  

However, the take away message of the ad is that Santorum and his fellow GOP contenders do agree on perhaps the most important issue:  defeating Barack Obama in 2012.  “Barack Obama has to go,” Santorum says, “And if there’s anything we’ve learned from his failed presidency, it’s that experience matters.”

The former Pennsylvania senator, who quickly rose to become the third ranking member of the GOP caucus, seeks to convince voters that he has the necessary experience to defeat the President and get the nation back on the right track.  He closes by exhorting Iowans to learn about his successful “fight to reform welfare, my critical foreign policy experience having served 8 years on the Armed Services Committee, and how I ended partial-birth abortions in America.”

One Response

  1. With Santorum’s manufacturing plan, and the only candidate to mention “victory” and the much needed Rules of Engagement change, it appears he has not forgotten his state or their sons and daughters. Is PA proud to call him a native son?

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