Rick Santorum visited the Supreme Court Monday and accused Mitt Romney of not wanting to repeal the Obama administration’s healthcare law.

Speaking on the high court’s steps just after the first of three days of oral arguments on the national law ended, Santorum said Romney’s absence was proof that Santorum is the only candidate in the race who actually wants to repeal the law.

“There’s one candidate in this race who can actually make the contrast that is necessary between … the conservative position, and one that is overwhelmingly supported by the American public, and one that Barack Obama believes in, and that’s Rick Santorum,” Santorum said.