After months of debates, flash in the pan favorites and campaign ups and downs, the GOP finally has its conservative alternative.

Former Pennsylvania Sen. Rick Santorum, the man whom many feared faced electability issues against Barack Obama, came just a handful of votes short of defeating former Massachussets Gov. Mitt Romney, whom many insisted was the most electable candidate, in the first in the nation Iowa caucuses.

It was the little engine that could verses the big, experienced engine that many conservative Republican voters wished wouldn’t.

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