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Chris Moody (CNN) and Matt K. Lewis (The Daily Beast, MattLewis.org)

Matt and guest-host Chris recap the scene at CPAC and relate whether Matt successfully avoided his thousands of adoring fans. They discuss how opposing the payroll tax cut was like a rat’s head in the GOP’s coke can, and marvel at the incredible rehabilitation of Rick Santorum. Is Santorum right to claim that he’s the conservative alternative to Romney? And are Tim Pawlenty and Mike Huckabee kicking themselves right now?

 

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The Week in Blog | Feb 17, 2012 | Chris Moody & Matt K. Lewis

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