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Pennsylvania Senator Rick Santorum back lashed for using words in support of Obama

Rick Santorum have surprisingly presented a very strong hold in the elections against the other Republican candidates like Mitt Romney and Newt Gingrich. Everybody thought that maybe he won’t be able to make a stand but Santorum proved wrong all of the weak statements against him by winning most number of votes

Although Santorum is highly approved and applauded among the Republicans and his supporters over the fact at how he addresses the people. But unfortunately this time he found himself in trouble when he got wrapped up in his own words. On Thursday while giving a speech Santorum said ‘ we might as well stay with what we have, rather than elect Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney’ Since then he had been continuously attacked by his own people as the words that were used in the speech sounded as if Santorum is in complete support with Obama’s leadership. It was then today that Santorum had to make clearance over what he said and what he meant in a news channel.

‘I said ‘we’ we the people might, not me, as I was speaking about the voters and not myself. How can anybody even think that I would ever vote for Obama. Are you kidding me? What do you think I am doing this for? You think because I like Barack Obama?’

Although Rick Santorum calls the whole controversy absurd but we all are sure that now the Pennsylvania Senator will be more cautious before phrasing up his speeches. Kiran Kidwai – International Desk, NMTV

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