Santorum talks what it will take in 2016
“People say that these are all political decision, but they’re not,” he said in an interview. “For me, they are absolutely not.”
“The first thing you need to do is find out whether there is anyone out there willing to help you,” he said, but in 2016, he said, “It’s a whole different story. It’s wide open.”
“I’ve always been comfortable laying below the radar.”
Santorum returned to New Hampshire Friday as a featured speaker at the Northeast Republican Leadership Conference, hosted by the state Republican Party, in Nashua.
“The beautiful thing about Obamacare is that it provides a template for every group of voters that’s out there,” he said. “A lot of folks just don’t want government help. These are working people and don’t want a government benefit.
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