Santorum: 'Send A Message To The Man' By Voting For Me

Republican presidential candidate Rick Santorum is advising Iowans that by giving him their vote, they can "stick it" to the man. Speaking to a crowd of supporters in Iowa Tuesday, the former Pennsylvania senator accused President Barack Obama of
2 years ago by David
up

Republican presidential candidate Rick Santorum is advising Iowans that by giving him their vote, they can "stick it" to the man.

Speaking to a crowd of supporters in Iowa Tuesday, the former Pennsylvania senator accused President Barack Obama of "nasty, personal, divisive, unfair accusations."

"That's why I'm asking for your help and support," Santorum explained. "Obviously you've got a big decision to make in a week's time, a week from today. And I would very much like your support. If you want to send a message to the man, those are the folks that are the experts, the folks that are trying to shape this race."

"If you want to stick it to the folks who want to shape the debate and think they can tell you who you should pay attention to, as opposed to you who have been on the ground listening to all the candidates, this is where you step up and say, 'No, you don't get to decide. You in Washington and New York, you don't decide this race by who you have shined your light on and said who the American public should pay attention to,'" he added.

The Republican Iowa caucuses take place Jan. 3.

About David

Comments

We welcome relevant, respectful comments. Please refer to our Terms of Service for information on our posting policy.