Santorum Kicks Off 2012 Bid: 'we're In It To Win It'

Santorum kicks off 2012 bid: 'We're in it to win it'

Former senator Rick Santorum confirmed that he is running for president, joining a crowded field of Republicans looking to challenge President Barack Obama next year.

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