Rick Santorum Right About At Least One Thing

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HOUSTON, UNITED STATES:  US President George W. Bush (R) and Texas Governor Rick Perry (L) listen while schoolgirl Nancy Jara (C) reads from US second lady Lynne Cheney's new children's book "America: A Patriotic Primer" during a visit to the association for the Advancement of Mexican Americans 14 June, 2002 in Houston, Texas. President Bush spent 20 minutes touring the facility with the governor of Texas before participating in an evening fund raiser for his former Lt. Governor.   AFP PHOTO/TIM SLOAN (Photo credit should read TIM SLOAN/AFP/Getty Images)
HOUSTON, UNITED STATES: US President George W. Bush (R) and Texas Governor Rick Perry (L) listen while schoolgirl Nancy Jara (C) reads from US second lady Lynne Cheney's new children's book "America: A Patriotic Primer" during a visit to the association for the Advancement of Mexican Americans 14 June, 2002 in Houston, Texas. President Bush spent 20 minutes touring the facility with the governor of Texas before participating in an evening fund raiser for his former Lt. Governor. AFP PHOTO/TIM SLOAN (Photo credit should read TIM SLOAN/AFP/Getty Images) Photo: TIM SLOAN

The media doesn't pay him much attention. Ron Paul supporters, on the other hand, should let it rest. From Nate Silver, a breakdown of the GOP candidates who got the most press attention in August, in descending order: Perry, Bachmann, Romney, Paul, Palin. A cursory reflection on the way we've spent (misspent?) our own August confirms Silver's findings. [Nate Silver/Twitter]