Rick Santorum: Obama Doesn't Believe in Freedom

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Former Sen. Rick Santorum on Obama Foreign Policy

Only two weeks ago Santorum announced the formation of a Presidential Testing-the-Waters Effort and the creation of the Rick Santorum Exploratory Committee, and in the past year has traveled to more than 25 states to speak with the American public about the issues facing our nation.

While still officially undecided about a formal run for the White House, increasingly his actions and schedules all point to it.

This past week alone, Santorum made his 12th visit to Iowa. Later this week he will head to Pennsylvania to address the National Rifle Association's Annual Meeting, and then to New Hampshire for his 15th visit there.

Santorum frequently touts his foreign policy experience from 12 years in the U.S. Senate. He spent eight years on the Senate Armed Services Committee.

Santorum is a dark horse to win the Republican nomination, with support in the low single digits among Republican voters. But the 2012 race is an increasingly wide open-field with few candidates announcing and many other top potential candidates, including Mississippi Governor Haley Barbour this week, declining to enter the fray at all.

The first GOP Presidential debate is scheduled for May 5 in South Carolina and eight candidates have taken some step toward exploring a presidential campaign, leaving the field, at this early stage, wide open.

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