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Santorum said poll numbers ... product of a “Democratic hack” pollster

Santorum says he’s not dropping out even if he loses in Wisconsin
By Rachel Leven - 04/01/12 09:50 AM ET

GOP presidential hopeful Rick Santorum said his campaign will not end Tuesday, even if he loses the Wisconsin primary.

“We’re moving forward, we’re setting up our teams for the 26th. The map in May looks very, very good for us,” Santorum said on Fox News Sunday with Chris Wallace.

“You know, if you go past this month of April, we've got these primaries and then five more at the end of the month, the map in May looks very, very good for us,” he added. “Texas, and Arkansas and West Virginia and North Carolina, Indiana, Kentucky. We've got some great states, where we are ahead in every poll in all of those states.”

Santorum also emphasized he is not worried about his home state, Pennsylvania, and disregarded poll numbers which suggest former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney, the GOP front-runner, is gaining support there.

Santorum said poll numbers showing him faltering in his home state were the product of a “Democratic hack” pollster.

“The Democratic hack that does that, Terry Madonna, has probably and singularly gotten more polls wrong than any person I know in the history of the state,” said Santorum.

“I think he just draws numbers out of a hat sometimes,” he added. “We feel very good about Pennsylvania. We're going to do exceptionally well there. Gov. Romney is already out there spending money, you know, dumping his millions in. But we've got a great grassroots strong network. You know, we have the strong conservative base in the state of the -- in the state of Pennsylvania that's going to come out and come out strong for us.”

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still frothin at the mouth

put some butter on them lips Rick-o
chafed and irritated