Lost in the telling of this story is the fact that the Santorums chose to home school their children. Here's a candidate that so closely agrees with us on home schooling, that he has his kids enrolled in a program.
Instead of celebrating that fact, we are here discussing if it was naughty of him to register his kids in the district where he pays income, property, and labor related taxes.
This is a Democrat contrivance as surely as the charges against Tom Delay and Sarah Palin were. You should have recognized that and moved on. Instead you're here trying to take Santorum down using their contrivance.
Once again, from the article:
After a speech Monday at the Pennsylvania Press Club in Harrisburg, Mr. Santorum was asked to defend his use of Penn Hills funds for the charter school.
He replied, "I defend it as I'm a taxpayer in Penn Hills, Pennsylvania. That's where I pay my income tax, that's where I pay my real estate tax, that's where I pay wage taxes, state taxes, I pay taxes like any other state taxpayer. And most people who pay taxes to the school district, who claim that place as their only residence in Pennsylvania, which it is, usually have the right to be able to send their kids to school."
I respectfully ask you to please quit using Democrat talking points to try to damage the political future of a good man.