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By David A. Clarke Jr.
Planning for the last attack doesn't make Americans safer
Topic - Gregory Gantt
Mitt Romney and Rick Santorum are blanketing Ohio with "robocalls," mailings, and TV and radio spots in the countdown to Super Tuesday, the 10-state mega-contest that is the first major test of the candidates' national organizations.
Gregory Gantt said that on his drive home from a Mitt Romney rally over the weekend, he listened to a radio commercial about the former Massachusetts governor — then just two minutes later got a phone call with the same message from the Republican front-runner.
Mr. Gantt said Mr. Santorum may be overmatched by Mr. Romney in Ohio when it comes to organizational strength.