Santorum Swears at NY Times Reporter

By Katrina Helmer
By Linda Jackson

March 26, 2012 Updated Mar 26, 2012 at 10:17 PM EDT

FRANKSVILLE, Wisc. (Indiana's NewsCenter) -- Over the weekend, GOP Presidential hopeful, Rick Santorum, got a little mouthy with a New York Times reporter.

The reporter accused Santorum of saying that Mitt Romney would be the worst Republican to go up against President Obama. The former Pennsylvania governor angrily corrected the reporter saying he meant Romney couldn't stand up to the President on health care issues.

"To run against Barack Obama on the issue of health care," yelled Santorum. "Because he [Romney] fashioned the blue print. I've been saying it in every speech. Quit distorting our words. If I see it, it's bull(bleep)."

As the Supreme Court reviews President Obama's health care law, Romney is trying to distance himself from the bill. The bill is largely fashioned after the one he passed while governor of Massachusetts.




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