Santorum Uses WWII Metaphor

Santorum likens voters to greatest generation, primary to World War II.
1:33 | 02/20/12

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Your country needs you. It's not as clear. A challenge. Obviously we'll work -- was pretty obvious. At some point. -- -- But remember the greatest generation for a year and a half. Sat on the sidelines life while Europe was under darkness. America -- from 1940. When France fell. The December 41. Did almost. Were hopeful people. We think well you know don't get that area -- not -- and he's a nice guy. -- -- -- It won't be -- as bad -- what we think community you know. So be okay and the only me in the eighties not the best guy after -- while you found out some things about this guy over Europe it is not so good of a guy after all. You know what why do we need to be involved. We'll just take care of our own problems. Just get our families often to work in our kids off to school and it will be okay. That's sort of the optimistic spirit of America but sometimes. Sometimes. It's not okay. Can be harder for this generation to figure this out. There's no cataclysmic event.

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