This man is scary beyond belief and I am even more floored by those who are voting for him in the primaries.
Uh, so? I guess what bothered me about what he said was how he pounced on Protestants. Being he's Catholic. So he doesn't think that Catholics are failing us too?
I'm sure the pro-Obama people are pouring resources into Santorum's campaign right now. If they can get that guy in position to win the nod (highly unlikely), Obama doesn't even have to campaign after that.
Off the charts....about to set Catholic candidates back a hundred years..or at least Pre-JFK. Will the Pope tell him what to do? A question that has not been asked of a Catholic candidate in many a year.
1. First image that came to my mind is Dana Carvey making a guest appearance on SNL for this week's skit. OMG, the comedians are gonna have a field day with this.
2. I think Santorum is of the same branch of Catholicism as Mel Gibson.
The Mormons I've talked to about the race are not supporting Romney.
The Catholics I've talked to about the race would NEVER support Santorum.
I don't know many Mormons, but the ones I know are supporting Romney. I don't know anyone who's supporting Santorum. Well, at least they won't admit it. I read today where Obama is pouring $$ in MI to attack Mitt, but not Santorum. That should be a clue to the extreme right-wingers! Mitt will have his hands full against Obama, but Santorum wouldn't stand a snowball's chance in Hades. Now...isn't THAT special?! (a la Church Lady)
I saw a cute cartoon: a husband and wife in bed, with the pope and Rick between them.
This man needs deep psychiatric help. He is totally delusional and illogical. People like this should not be in any responsible positions. Politics indeed make for exceedingly strange fellows. He is of the mien of Sarah Palin, another delusional person. Time to get the straight jackets and the medications!
I agree that Santorum is way off base. It is not his responsibility to run other people's lives.
That being said, it is not Obama's responsibility to run other people's lives either. In my book one is just as bad as the other and they both need to be private citizens after the election.
I actually agree that lies are attacking us.
But I think he's numero uno liar!
well--any and ALL who bring up religion as a way to attack people are.
And that is one thing Romney and Obama have in common: they are both going to be obliterated by these phony religios.
It's already started: according to the On Highs,
Obama is Islam (read: terrorist, not American)
Romney is Mormon (read: not Christian, not one of us)
We'll see who gets the worst treatment. Should be fun. NOT.
It always comes back to this "religio" bs in the end, doesn't it?
If Republicans don't want to be called stupid, then they need to stop elevating crazy and ignorant politicans. Santorum, Palin, Bachmann, Perry, Cain...
Crazy and ignorant seems to be the only way they can get attention!
Say what you will about Romney, his is intelligent and business savvy.
That is not sufficiently different from Obama, who is intelligent and savvy (growing into business savvy because he has to).
It's like the only way they can define themselves as a party is to be completely and utterly out there.
Like the third grader who sees that "smartest kid in the class" is already spoken for so becomes the "class clown."
Funny... I'm not a Republican but I don't see Santorum doing anything ANY other politician isn't doing. THEY ALL modify their speech to cater to a specific audience. In the OP link you see an image of Santorum from behind a pulpit and later in the article it reports that he is speaking to students at Ave Maria University, a Catholic university in Florida.
Telling your constituents what they WANT to hear will always bring better results than the other way around. I would be willing to wager anyone that a similar speech is modified when he speaks to protestant groups.
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