1. REALLY?

    Messianic Jews Paid Santorum

    GETTYSBURG, PA - MARCH 20: Republican presidential candidate, former U.S. Sen. Rick Santorum addresses supporters during an Illinois primary night event at the Gettysburg Hotel on March 20, 2012 in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. Santorum lost the Illinois primary to Mitt Romney, and plans to travel the next several days in Louisiana, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin. (Photo by Patrick Smith/Getty Images)

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    According to recent campaign disclosures, the religious group the Messianic Jewish Alliance paid Rick Santorum $6,000 to speak at a 2010 fundraiser. The alliance supports Messianic Judaism, which is a combination of traditional Jewish customs and the belief that Jesus is the son of God. The money is part of $95,000 of Santorum’s speaking fees that had previously not been disclosed.

    Read it at Politico