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September 17, 2005

Santorum not worried about bad poll numbers

This from the AP:
Sen. Rick Santorum said Friday he is not discouraged by poll numbers that show him trailing state Treasurer Robert Casey Jr. in his 2006 Senate bid, and he expects to remain behind until early next year.
The article also says:
A Keystone Poll released Friday showed Casey with 50 percent - a gain of 6 percentage points since a similar poll in June - and Santorum unchanged at 37 percent. The survey had a sampling margin of error of plus or minus 4.5 percentage points.
These are the numbers that Santorum isn't discourgaged about.

But here's an interesting quotation from the piece:
"If `outrageous' means I say what I believe, and I try to be accountable to the people of Pennsylvania, guilty," Santorum said. "I think it's a sad commentary that being accountable, forthright and honest with your constituents is considered controversial."
Accountable? Forthright? Honest? Do we need to start writing about his Homestead Exemption again? Terri Schiavo?

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1 comment:

Johnny Nobody said...

Please continue not to worry, you big lovable teddy-bear of a conservative.....