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    Foster Friess Goes to Romney

    Image #: 16860573    Foster Friess, Chairman, Friess Associates, introduces former United States Senator Rick Santorum (Republican of Pennsylvania), a candidate for the 2012 Republican Party nomination for President of the United States, at the 2012 CPAC Conference at the Marriott Wardman Park Hotel in Washington, D.C. on Friday, February 10, 2012..Credit: Ron Sachs / CNP     DPA /LANDOV

    Ron Sachs, CNP / Landov

    With Rick Santorum out, Foster Friess, the retired investor who spent almost $1.7 million on Santorum’s campaign, is getting behind Mitt Romney. “I’ve got some plans as to how I might be able to be of help,” said Friess. Friess suggested he might throw his weight behind Karl Rove's Crossroads group, which plans to spend $300 million attacking President Obama and supporting Romney. In fact Friess says he might've already given to the organization: “I know that I have contributed to some other groups, but I can’t remember which ones. There are so many of them. They’re all over the place.”

    Read it at Politico