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Santorum to Newsmax: Ryan's Plan Doesn't Go Far Enough

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Presidential candidate and former U.S. Sen. Rick Santorum tells Newsmax that he believes Rep. Paul Ryan’s plan for overhauling Medicare doesn’t go far enough in dealing with the deficit problem.

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The Pennsylvania Republican also charges that President Barack Obama has turned his back on U.S. allies, warns that Obamacare will usher in the “welfare state,” and says Obama allowed himself to be “bullied” into unwise military involvement in Libya.

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