Former Sen. Rick Santorum (R-PA), a potential presidential candidate, is already being "greeted" on his visit to Iowa today -- by some nasty robocalls impugning his conservative bonafides. However, it is not known who is actually behind the calls.
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The 40-second robocall, reported by CNN, hammers Santorum as "a pro-life fraud." Although Santorum was known for his strong social conservative agenda during his two terms in the Senate, the call attacks him for campaigning in 1997 on behalf of New Jersey's pro-choice Republican Gov. Christie Whitman -- and for Sen. Arlen Specter in 2004, back when he was still a Republican and was facing a tough primary challenge from conservative Rep. Pat Toomey.