Santorum in New Hampshire

Manchester, N.H. — Rick Santorum was minutes away, zooming down Interstate 293, but the fire marshal at Belmont Hall, a banquet center, was already nervous. “Let’s move,” he said, eyeing reporters and Occupy protesters. “Everybody, go to the parking lot, and quick.”

Diners in the adjacent restaurant nodded approvingly; burly cameramen groaned and toted their heavy bags outside. Santorum staffers, unprepared for the audible, hustled out the door with the lectern, and were greeted by a pack of college students holding homemade signs, mostly reading “Google Santorum” and “Legalize Marijuana.”

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