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On This Week, Sen. McCain Reminds Voters of Santorum's K Street Connections

Click here to view this media It must really tick Sen. John McCain off to see his signature legislation (the McCain-Feingold campaign finance reform) made irrelevant. He seems to be relatively sincere in his appearance on This Week with Jake Tapper, at least the segment when he's talking about finance cash. The rest? He's just doing his job as a campaign surrogate for the floundering Mitt Romney, like when he gets in that dig about the K Street Project and call out Rick Santorum on his not-so-distant past: TAPPER: Good morning, everyone.
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