Preach it.

(The Hill) — Rick Santorum continued to lambaste President Obama’s healthcare policy during a Tuesday night campaign stop in Boise, Idaho, labeling members of the administration as “elite snobs.”

“They don’t believe you can make these decisions,” Sanatorium said to a packed high school auditorium. “They need to makes these decisions for you because if you were left to make decisions you will obviously jump off a cliff. Don’t you see how they see you? How they look down their nose at the average American — these elite snobs.”

Now a front-runner in the GOP race for the nomination, Santorum has turned to healthcare as a rallying cry, as he campaigns through Idaho, painting himself as the only conservative candidate who can take on President Obama in the main election.

Speaking to a crowd of nearly 4,000, the former Pennsylvania senator targeted Obama’s Affordable Care Act set to take hold in 2014 as a pompous snub to the American people. Santorum instead praised Rep. Paul Ryan’s (R-Wis.) healthcare blueprint as the better alternative.

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