On January 5, 2012, the Los Angeles Times reported:
But during four years in the House and 12 in the Senate, Santorum became an insider himself. He brought home earmarks that his competitors are now criticizing. He helped lead Republican outreach to K Street lobbyists. And despite his campaign promises, Santorum established his family’s home in an affluent Washington suburb while charging his children’s school tuition to Pennsylvania taxpayers.
Since leaving the Senate, Santorum has quietly built a comfortable life, following a path that has become well-worn for former members of Congress. He doubled his net worth with lucrative contracts with Fox News and Washington lobbying and consulting firms.
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Published: Jan 6, 2012