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Rick Santorum (!) Attacks Fox News for Being Biased

Mar 14, 2012  •  Post A Comment

Republican presidential candidate Rick Santorum, who worked for Fox News until he declared his run, charged that the network is "shilling" for Mitt Romney, Santorum’s competitor for the nomination, reports TVNewser.com.

Santorum made his comments on the radio show of Fox News host Brian Kilmeade, according to the story.

"He’s had all the organizational advantage,” Santorum said, according to the report. “He has Fox News shilling for him every day — no offense, Brian, but I see it — and yet, he can’t seal the deal because he just doesn’t have the goods to be able to motivate the Republican base and win this election.

Kilmeade said he disagreed with Santorum’s claim that Fox News was shilling for Romney, adding, "You can feel the way you want, but there is no way I agree with it.”

2 Comments

  1. So Rick, What are you saying? Fox News isn’t fair and balanced?!
    Further proof that you ARE as dumb as the media makes you out to be. Not that you haven’t repeatedly proven that over and over.
    Too bad there ian’t ANY qualified republican candidate running, because then this nomination process would be sewn up and we wouldn’t have to listen to you and your whining compadres.

  2. My favorite reaction to the possibility of Santorum & Gingrich creating a coalition to secure a Santorum nomination had to be Colbert’s:”That would be…..fun!”
    Oh yes. Yes it would. I think the Obama’s would be safe in not making arrangements for the moving vans for another few years.

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