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He started out weak, but got much stronger on lobbying. “I didn’t have an office in K Street” is a great line. 

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Now he has to answer Santorum’s earlier question — and explain why lobbying is so relevant to Florida voters’ home-value and debt woes.

 

Santorum is consistently sticking up for capitalism, and making it easy for people to understand. Romney should listen and learn. 

 

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