Santorum Wins Louisiana Primary

WASHINGTON (AP) – Rick Santorum is the winner of the Louisiana Republican presidential primary, defeating GOP front-runner Mitt Romney in yet another conservative Southern state.

Santorum is Romney’s chief challenger and a former Pennsylvania senator who has won previous contests in Tennessee, Mississippi and Alabama.

The Louisiana victory was unlikely to change the overall dynamics of the race. Santorum still dramatically lags Romney — the former Massachusetts governor — in the hunt for delegate to the GOP’s summertime nominating convention. Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich of Georgia was far behind in the Louisiana vote count.

(Copyright 2012 by The Associated Press.  All Rights Reserved.)

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  1. norulers says:

    The pseudo-Christian war freaks LOVE Sick Scamtorum!

  2. Dallas Guy says:

    He is way to set in his mind, and in the few interviews I have seen and his responses to questions. I have formed the opinion that he would like nothing more than to rule america under the thumb of a religious doctrine. He is just scary, and if he was somehow chosen as the nominee, then the republicans will have just handed Obama another 4 years.

  3. There is No God says:

    Simply can’t vote for a guy who wears invisiline braces, sweater vests, and doesn’t believe in a woman’s right to decide what is right to do with her OWN BODY!

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