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Rick Santorum Crushed Romney At Today's Kansas Caucuses

Rick Santorum has no mathematical possibility of winning enough delegates to capture the Republican nomination. That fact just has to be made clear before you understand today's news: Rick Santorum crushed Mitt Romney and the rest of his GOP rivals at the Kansas caucus. The AP called it early this afternoon: Rick Santorum has overwhelmingly won the Kansas Republican presidential caucuses.
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