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Tuesday, January 3, 2012

Duggar backs Santorum in Iowa

Posted By on Tue, Jan 3, 2012 at 7:48 AM

In some places, a Jim Bob Duggar endorsement might not be a plus (except insofar as the number of the rest of the clan of voting age.) But in Iowa Republican caucuses, where the middle is somewhere to the right of Mike Huckabee ....

UPDATE: Somebody sent me this Twitter from Sen. Bill Pritchard:

I am NOT in Iowa with Duggars & Jon Woods. Instead I am Campaigning hard in NWA for Sen. Bill Pritchard!

Good politics, I'd say. Pritchard beat Duggar in a race for Senate previously. He faces Woods this year. What's more important — Arkies or catering to the fringe in the Iowa caucuses?

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