Rick Santorum at the Assumption Greek Orthodox Church festival

Today I went up to Manchester NH to the Assumption Greek Orthodox Church 75th anniversary festival to see Rick Santorum at the festival there.

There were a few Santorum signs visible as you drove in

It had been raining on the drive up but by the time I got there that had stopped but there was a huge tent anyway full of Greek food and Dance:

Senator Santorum got there ahead of me and many people took photos with him:

And he sampled so great Greek food

He was kind enough to give me a few minutes

The people there were very friendly. Greek festivals are very similar to Italian ones in three respects, lots of great food, very friendly people and beautiful women.

I was given a tour of the Church as well, if you have never seen the inside of an Orthodox Church you should

Paul who guided me invited me back for another big event coming up next month, it’s sure to draw candidates so I’ll likely be there. For the Santorum Campaign it was a successful event and they left with confidence

I’ll be putting up a few interviews over the next few days that I recorded at the festival, as for my take on Santorum. He doesn’t have the Charisma of Herman Cain or the Smoothness of Buddy Roemer but he has governmental experience and demonstrated the courage of his convictions and his willingness to stand by them. He is also comfortable in his own skin.

As I’ve said before the biggest problem with the current field is not finding a candidate I like, but finding TOO MANY candidates that I’d love to vote for.