Obamacare

Santorum Campaigns at Supreme Court

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Republican presidential candidate, former U.S. Sen. Rick Santorum speaks to supporters at a "Rally for Rick," at Ledgeview Bowling Lanes on March 25, 2012 in Fond du Lac, Wisconsin

Rick Santorum transported his campaign to the front of the Supreme Court Monday to speak to opponents of Obamacare, as the court took its first day of arguments over the controversial legislation. While there Santorum insisted that his competitor Mitt Romney is “uniquely disqualified” to discuss the health-care-reform law. “There’s a reason Mitt Romney isn’t here, and that’s because Mitt Romney basically wrote this piece of legislation,” he said. “He’s not credible on this issue.”