Rick Santorum Charms Them in Puerto Rico

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SAN JUAN, PUERTO RICO - MARCH 14: Carlos Diaz, 84, reads local newspaper "El Vocero" with a front page depicting both Mitt Romney and Rick Santorum and a headline reading, "The National Battle Arrives on the Island," as Republican presidential candidate, former U.S. Sen. Rick Santorum visits La Fortaleza, the governor's mansion, to meet with Governor Luis Fortuno, March 14, 2012 in Old San Juan, Puerto Rico. Santorum was to meet with Fortuno while on his two-day campaign trip on the island commonwealth. There are 23 GOP delegates up for grabs although Fortuno, a Republican, has already expressed his support for Mitt Romney. (Photo by Christopher Gregory/Getty Images) Photo: Christopher Gregory/2012 Getty Images

"To be a state of the United States, English has to be the principal language." — Rick Santorum, telling a Puerto Rican newspaper that the island has to drop Spanish as a co-official language if it wants to become a state, something that is, incidentally, not true.