Rick Santorum

I think this guy is  history and no longer is interesting to me to consider voting for him.   However, just in case, this might come in handy, should i want to get snarky about it.

And just in case you care, here is the Facebook dialogue which confirmed my worst suspicions about this plitician ....


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Mark de LA says
seth 2012-02-21 15:30:32 15830
Well Santorum does not even subscribe to traditional Christian values ... only Catholic values.  He said that protestants have been corrupted by Satan.  He does not even subscribe to JFK's principal not to allow the Catholic church to dictate to him were he to become president. 

Be honest, Mark, would you really vote for him?  Would you want this man to become president?  Do you want his finger on the nuclear button?  You're not just a little bit worried that he is a tad over the line of being hyper-religious?
You've been ginned up by the Obammatron again.  As each Republican candidate bubbles up to the top you folks can't wait to start the smears from your fears about Obama's chances for re-election; given that he can't stand on his record & has to fake the unemployment figures (now 9% for February).  If I didn't know better I would think you are part of the paid-off minions working for the re-election of Obama. I've got nothing against Catholics or Protestants or any religion.  A man has a right in this country to express his beliefs & opinions on religion.  That should not disqualify him to be president.  You obviously missed the Santorum's interview with Greta where he said several times he voted for contraception & said his voting record is proof that his Catholic faith is not directing him how to vote.  I predict that if Romney finally ends up being the nominee that you guys will be tearing apart Mormons in a free-fire for all. Some presidents, like Obama & JFK use religion as a check-a-box item on a list of things they need to appeal to a particular demographic. I think Obama had to switch to Christian in order not to spook those with the memory of 9-11. It would be interesting to learn more about the Christianity of the Rev. Wright than just his outrageous quotes. Black liberation theology is not exactly anything like the Christianity I am familiar with, but then why would it?

Mark de LA says
... ahem! Bill Clinton had many positions on sex including one with a cigar We don't yet know whether Monica got it in the ass or not.


Mark de LA says
It seems that for the left it is open season on Christians as always. Let us see if Barack Hussein Obama is really a Christian:
Franklin Graham: ... GOP candidate Rick Santorum's recent comments on President Obama's "theology" continue to generate conversation, and the Rev. Franklin Graham joins Morning Joe to discuss if the president is or is not a Christian, Christianity in the Middle East, government overreach with religious institutions, and why he thinks Santorum is a Christian. (Morning Joe)

"I cannot answer that question for anybody," Graham said when asked if he believes Obama is a Christian.

"Islam sees him as a son of Islam because his father was a Muslim, his grandfather was a Muslim, great grandfather was a Muslim and so under Islamic law, the Muslim world sees Barack Obama as a Muslim," Graham told MSNBC's "Morning Joe" today.

"Under President Obama, the Muslims of the world, he seems more concerned about them than the Christians being murdered in the Muslim countries," Graham said.
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Seth says
Well Santorum does not even subscribe to traditional Christian values ... only Catholic values.  He said that protestants have been corrupted by Satan.  He does not even subscribe to JFK's principal not to allow the Catholic church to dictate to him were he to become president. 

Be honest, Mark, would you really vote for him?  Would you want this man to become president?  Do you want his finger on the nuclear button?  You're not just a little bit worried that he is a tad over the line of being hyper-religious?

Mark de LA says
seth 2012-02-21 15:30:32 15830
Well Santorum does not even subscribe to traditional Christian values ... only Catholic values.  He said that protestants have been corrupted by Satan.  He does not even subscribe to JFK's principal not to allow the Catholic church to dictate to him were he to become president. 

Be honest, Mark, would you really vote for him?  Would you want this man to become president?  Do you want his finger on the nuclear button?  You're not just a little bit worried that he is a tad over the line of being hyper-religious?
How did you get to be judge & jury on that one? Sounds like you need to take more of your paranoia meds or at least more often.


Mark de LA says
... & then there are lies Obama tells:


Seth says
In the debate last night
source:Santorum said:

And so, yes, I was talking about these very serious issues. And, in fact, as I mentioned before, two days ago on the front page of "The New York Times", they're talking about the same thing. The bottom line is we have a problem in this country, and the family is fracturing.

Over 40 percent of children born in America are born out of wedlock. How can a country survive if children are being raised in homes where it's so much harder to succeed economically? It's five times the rate of poverty in single-parent households than it is in two-parent homes. We can have limited government, lower tax -- we hear this all the time, cut spending, limit the government, everything will be fine. No, everything's not going to be fine.

There are bigger problems at stake in America. And someone has got to go out there -- I will -- and talk about the things.

And you know what? Here's the difference.

The left gets all upset. "Oh, look at him talking about these things." You know, here's the difference between me and the left, and they don't get this. Just because I'm talking about it doesn't mean I want a government program to fix it.
I will give him his props for not wanting "a government program to fix it".

At the same time, i not only disagree with his premises, but i also do not intent to vote for a preacher in chief. 


Seth says
I especially would not vote for a preacher in chief from a sect which i don't even subscribe to.  My religious freedom extends to not having to have my president preach to me from his particular faith based doctrines.

Mark de LA says
seth 2012-02-23 09:57:49 15830
I especially would not vote for a preacher in chief from a sect which i don't even subscribe to.  My religious freedom extends to not having to have my president preach to me from his particular faith based doctrines.
Me TOO! Yep it all depends upon what your religion preaches ... e.g. Obma's Green religion or Robin Hood:


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