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Santorum staffer feels so exposed by campaign

A report in The Hill says many mid and lower-level staffers in Rick Santorum's campaign are feeling a little uncomfortable.

On Tuesday Mitt Romney squashed Santorum in the Wisconsin, Maryland and D.C. primaries. Then Santorum announced he and his team would be taking four days off the campaign trail for the Easter holiday. So what's Santorum's game plan after the weekend?

For the answer, we turn to this articulate staffer (emphasis mine):

"[The campaign] has always been a little less organized than some other presidential campaigns but this is by far the worst I’ve ever seen it and it tells me there’s no plan for anything,” he said. “I’m sitting out here in Pennsylvania with my d--- in the wind with no idea of what’s going on… It’s the most disorganized thing I’ve ever seen and it leads me to the conclusion that he can’t continue and has no plans to.”

Eloquent in his brevity.

Santorum's spokesman Hogan Gidley said there should be no question about the campaign moving forward. "It’s halftime. We’ve got a long way to go here. The road is narrow and tough but it starts in Pennsylvania. We can win there and if we win there we’re in great shape for May," he said.

[The Hill]

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