Richard Viguerie on Santorum Meeting with Conservatives

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MANASSAS, Va., April 6, 2012 /Standard Newswire/ — The following is a statement from Richard A. Viguerie, Chairman ofConservativeHQ.com, regarding a meeting today that various conservative leaders had with Rick Santorum regarding his presidential campaign:

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“Rick periodically meets informally with his friends and leaders of the conservative movement to discuss the campaign. Today was such a meeting. The atmosphere was positive and focused on the way forward to victory.

“Like halftime at a football game, you go into the locker room to gauge what has been working and what hasn’t.

“The Santorum campaign team recognizes that, because of Mitt Romney’s money advantage and his support from the Republican establishment and the mainstream media, Rick has, to some extent, lost control of narrative in the campaign. Like Ronald Reagan, he needs to go over the heads of the establishment and take his case directly to the voters.

“I and other friends of the Santorum campaign came to the meeting with some new, bold, imaginative ideas on how Rick can go over the heads of the establishment to get his message out to the American people. Rick is excited about these ideas and is looking forward to implementing them. 

“Attention was also focused on how to communicate the message to Republican voters that the delegate counts being published by the Romney campaign and the media are simply inaccurate.”


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Rick Kriebel 2016

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