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Pro-ID US prez hopeful Rick Santorum got second wind?

Readers will recall Rick Santorum, who surged unexpectedly in Iowa, among GOP US prez hopefuls.

Here, we’re told,

At a major meeting in Texas this weekend, a group of 150 Christian leaders and conservative activists defied expectations and actually managed to coalesce around a single candidate.

Without doubt, this will be a major morale boost for the Santorum campaign — and a blow to the Newt Gingrich and Rick Perry camps — but whether it can morph into something more remains to be seen. Before the meeting, experts doubted that the group of aging activists would be able to alter the race much at this point in the nominating process.

Hmmm. Maybe. But if Santorum continues to pull, he might be good for a high position, which is what he’d be aiming for.

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2 Responses to Pro-ID US prez hopeful Rick Santorum got second wind?

  1. Ron Paul is doing better than Santorum, and has a more common sense approach than just being a pro-ID candidate. That being, it’s not the job of the government to direct the flow of science or education.

  2. The federal government in particular here.

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