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Santorum’s Economy Plan Invigorates Voters

Educator for 33 years and was appointed by President Reagan, Now Activist Writer

By Donna Garner

Even though the media has done everything in its power to keep Rick Santorum’s economic vision from getting out to the voters, the Louisiana exit polls prove that Santorum’s economic plan resonates with voters. Santorum won 46% to 30% among economy voters in Louisiana. 

To learn more about Santorum and his economic vision:

Rick Santorum Is the Compelling Candidate” – 3.23.12 —

Excerpts from this article:

The Rick Santorum Agenda for the First 100 Days includes: 

1.  Approve the Keystone XL Pipeline.

2.  Stop the job-killing regulations of the EPA (Environmental Protection Agency.

3.  Rein in federal spending; cut spending by $5 trillion over 5 years.

4.  Repeal and replace Obamacare.

5.  Balance the budget; pass a Balanced Budget Amendment and limit federal spending to 18% of GDP (Gross Domestic Product).

6.  Pass a pro-growth and pro-family tax policy.  Simplify the tax code and lower tax rates to 10% and 28%.

7.  Restore America’s competitiveness.  Cut the corporate tax rate in half, from 35% to 17.5%.

8.  Negotiate free-trade agreements.

9.  Reform entitlements; make Medicare and Social Security fiscally sustainable.

10.  Revive housing; phase out Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac.


LOUISIANA PRIMARY (all precincts reporting) 

Santorum – 49%

Romney – 26.7%

Gingrich – 15.9%

Ron Paul – 6.1%



Santorum – 64%

Romney – 56%


70% – let campaign continue so their nominee wins

27% — want an end to campaign



Santorum – 46%

Romney – 30%

4 in 10 – Santorum best understands problems of average Americans

2 times more  — think Romney does not understand problems of average Americans

61% think economy getting worse (Louisiana)

45% think economy getting worse (Illinois)

Santorum won 54% of those without college degrees.

*The survey was conducted for The Associated Press and the television networks by Edison Research as voters left their polling places at 30 randomly selected sites in Louisiana. Preliminary results include interviews with 1,499 voters; the poll has a margin of sampling error of plus or minus 4 percentage points —



3.19.12 — “America’s Voters Are Not for Sale” –   

 Excerpts from this article:

Mitt Romney has raised substantial sums of money ($62 million), with 65% of the total coming from contributions over $2,000; but the bad news for the Romney camp is that they have already spent 88% of the total amount.


Gingrich has taken in $18.1 million and has spent $16.4 million. Gingrich is burning through money at a rapid rate; about 91% of the contributions have been spent. 


Gingrich has taken in $18.1 million and has spent $16.4 million.  For all of that, he has only won 2 states. If Gingrich’s gambling casino benefactors (the Adelsons) cut him off, the campaign will more than likely run out of cash.


Frugal and fiscally responsible Santorum with his dedicated campaign staff have spent 78%of his contributions with $1.5 Million left.


Rick Santorum has raised $6.7 million in campaign contributions and has spent $5.2 million.


Santorum received about 55% of the money from contributors giving less than $200.

[*This information is readily available from the Federal Election Commission and other sources.  “Presidential candidates are required to file campaign finance reports with the Federal Election Commission each quarter this year, and each month beginning in 2012.]


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