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Rick Santorum Starts A PAC In Iowa

...and a "surprise" one at that.

Oh goodie. Rick Santorum is inching ever-closer to running for president. He's now set-up a political action committee in Iowa:
Former Sen. Rick Santorum has announced he is forming a political action committee in the key early-voting state of Iowa, the latest sign the Pennsylvania Republican is getting serious about a White House bid in 2012.

"My federal PAC, America's Foundation, has already assisted some candidates in the Hawkeye State, but I am eager to do more and the Iowa Keystone PAC will help us do that," Santorum said in a statement. "There are many strong conservatives running in Iowa and assisting them with financial support may help put them in the victory column come Election Day."
While I have little doubt that the Evangelical Republicans will embrace him (I'm looking at you Diddy), I do have reservations about conservatives who resemble anything close to libertarianism.

Because of Santorum's stance on marriage equality and intelligent design, I can see some where some conservatives might have a problem with a Santorum presidency.

Thoughts?