Pgh. P-G was WRONG about Tricky Ricky: Virginia home now worth a cool million!
September 13, 2006
On Monday, Sep. 11th the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette incorrectly stated the value of Tricky Ricky Santorum's HOME (the real one, not the "front" in Pennsylvania). The correct fair market value is now:
That's up more than $200K just since the beginning of the Santorum Cybergate scandal!
Way back in November, 2004, Eleanor Chute, reported in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette:
"The Santorums also own a house, with an assessed market value of $757,000, in Leesburg, Va., according to Loudoun County records."
On Monday, The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette was still using that figure ("he and his family spend the vast majority of their time at their $757,000 home in Leesburg, Va") in their editorial calling on Tricky Ricky Santorum to pay back the people of Penn Hills, PA, instead of sticking all the citizens of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania with his school bill.
FOR A FUN ACTIVITY:
You can check the current fair market value for yourself at -
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You can get a map and other cool info.
At least now we don't have to use the awkward -
"he owns a 3/4 million dollar home in VA."
Now (with normal rounding) it's simply:
TRICKY RICKY SANTORUM'S MILLION DOLLAR HOME IN VIRGINIA
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