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Santorum stumps in Rock Hill

Republican presidential candidate Rick Santorum says South Carolina’s January 21st primary is not just about the economy.

Santorum said in the Magnolia Room at Laurel Creek this morning that faith and family have to be strong if the economy is to be strong.

The former Pennsylvania senator says the general election in November when the GOP nominee takes on President Barack Obama is about a clear contrast between two visions of America.

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Santorum says America can lose its freedom if just one generation blinks or gets lazy and doesn’t fight for what’s right.

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Even though Mitt Romney won the Iowa caucus and New Hampshire primary, Santorum says South Carolina will have a lot to say about whether Romney will be the nominee.

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