by John J. Miller on January 4, 2012

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  • Sumo

Former Pennsylvania senator is currently the most interesting politician in the world. In 2006, I wrote a cover story on his last race, which he lost, for National Review.

“I wasn’t born into a family that had a great name,” said Santorum at the debate in Pittsburgh. “I’m a guy who had to grow up having to scratch and claw.” That’s something even his most bitter foes would have to concede.

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