Los Angeles Times
Date: 2012-03-04
Author: Robin Abcarian

Article Mentions
Author, Robin Abcarian
Mentioned, John Brewer
Mentioned, Rush Limbaugh
Mentioned, Chris Wallace
Mentioned, George W. Bush
Mentioned, Mitt Romney
Mentioned, CNN
Mentioned, Fox News
Mentioned, Planned Parenthood
Reporting from Memphis, Tenn. Rick Santorum, who is perhaps the most bellicose of the Republican candidates when it comes to the development of an Iranian nuclear weapon and the potential for military action by Israel, scoffed at the assertion today by President Obama that "there is too much loose talk of war" when it comes to Iran. Obama, who made his remarks at the American Israel Public Affairs Committee in Washington, cautioned that "such talk has only benefited the Iranian government by driving up the price of oil, which they depend on to fund their nuclear program. For the sake of Israel's security, America's security and the peace and security of the world, now is not the time for bluster." Speaking with reporters here Sunday afterno...(read more)
... Reporting from Memphis, Tenn. Rick Santorum, who is perhaps the most bellicose of the Republican candidates when it comes to the development of an Iranian nuclear weapon and the potential for military action by Israel, scoffed at the assertion today ...
... 33, a Santorum volunteer who is a Baptist. Santorum has slipped slightly in polls here. He attributed that to being outspent, as he has in each state, by Romney, a former governor of Massachusetts. Restore Our Future, the "super PAC" supporting Romne ...
... controversy two days earlier when he told CNN that Limbaugh was "absurd" to call law student Sandra Fluke a "slut" for telling Congress that contraception should be covered by insurance policies, he refused to comment on whether Limbaugh's apology Sa ...
... of Fox News, "That's not true, that's not true. I didn't say that." Sunday afternoon, Santorum said, "As I said before, there were things in No Child Left Behind I liked, there were things I didn't. That's all." ...


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