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As if you needed more proof of his hypocrisy and craven politicking, it's been revealed that although Rick Santorum supports capping malpractice suits at $250,000, he supported his wife's attempt to sue for a malpractice award of twice that amount in 1999.

His response? I don't have my heart set on $250,000 and of course I'm going to support my wife.

Really? So, like, wrong is right when it comes to your family? Apparently the Senator (whose polls are in the shitter) does feel that way.

Sisyphus Shrugged has had enough of the Santorums:

"Did you know that [Mrs. Santorum's] weight gain is up to twice as important as your total disabilty? Why, she barely had the energy to defraud the government out of her kids' school fees or pay the taxes on the undeclared income they derived from renting out their 'primary residence' or commit tax fraud by collecting a homestead tax break on rental property!"
(SantorumExposed / Sisyphus Shrugged)

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