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Santorum: My Opponents Believe in the "Pseudo-Religion" of Global Warming

Rick Santorum has a new column over at Red State, in which he declares that thing that separates him from the rest of the lingering members of the GOP primary field is his strident disbelief in the "pseudo-religion" of global warming. Climate change, he declares, is "the litmus test" of "radical environmentalism" that should be rejected by all true conservatives. Santorum begins the piece by condemning the Obama administration for enacting polices to address the issue.
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