While emphasizing that the senator was not a formal party to the case, Robert Traynham, a spokesman for Mr. Santorum, said, "We are very pleased that the three parties -- the state, Penn Hills and the charter school -- were able to settle their differences.''
Asked to respond to Ms. Vecchio's claim that the senator should have been held personally liable for the tuition payments, Mr. Traynham said, "I'm not going to dignify the chair of the Democratic Party in Penn Hills by commenting on that.''
But of course you will huh.
Of course CW will. She will cheerfully adapt any ol' Dem talking point to tear down a candidate who is running ahead of Perry. I guess she won't be happy until all candidates are as unviable as he has made himself.