I tell you kids, you just can’t make this stuff up.
GOP Presidential Nominee wannabe Rick “Man on Dog” Santorum who is polling at 0% says he would start fix the Supreme Court by enforcing DOMA, the Defense of Marriage Act of 1996 that banned the federal government from recognizing same-sex marriages even though that same Supreme Court in 2013 ruled Section 3 of DOMA unconstitutional. But Santorum disagrees, and says the court’s decision “wholly” was wrong he would still try to enforce the now defunct law.
That’s where I would start,” Santorum says. “This was a decision that was extra-constitutional. That law is good, valid law and I would enforce that law.”
Someone pass Rick some Charmin so he can wipe his mouth because he is talking some crazy idiotic “santorum” once again.
The Washington Post is reporting that Rick Santorum will once again be trying to run for President on the crazy-as-a-motherfucker Republican ticket in 2016.
Even though shit runs downhill Santorum says that “America loves an underdog. We’re definitely the underdog in this race,” he said in an a WaPo interview Tuesday.
I get the game,” Santorum said.
Where he had to build his operation from the ground up in 2012, Santorum now has a grass-roots operation called Patriot Voices, which boasts 150,000 activists across the country. Its current push, an online petition drive to oppose President Obama’s recent executive action on immigration, has generated what Santorum strategist John Brabender says are “30,000 new e-mail relationships.” [snip]
“I don’t think I’ve met a ‘suit’ yet,” Santorum said of his travels around the country. “It’s very much heart of America, average Americans who have found a place where they see someone who will stand up and fight for them. If the Republican Party has a future — and I sometimes question if it does — it’s in middle America. It’s not in corporate America.”
“America loves an underdog. We’re definitely the underdog in this race,”
But no one loves dogshit. And that is definitely what Rick Santorum is.
*FACT: In a 2003 interview with The Associated Press, Santorum argued that if the Supreme Court struck down sodomy laws and allowed people to perform homosexual acts in their own homes, thousands of years of civilization would go out the window. Marriage as an institution that exists only between a man and a woman must be upheld, he said. “In every society, the definition of marriage has not ever to my knowledge included homosexuality,” Santorum said. “That’s not to pick on homosexuality. It’s not, you know, man on child, man on dog, or whatever the case may be.”
Democratic Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley hoped to turn heads in New Hampshire this weekend a midst early speculation of an attempt at e 2016 presidential run against a certain someone who should have been the Democratic nominee for President in 2008. (TAKE YOUR SHIRT OFF MARTIN YOU DILF!! That will do it!)
The 50 year old and stunningly fit O’Malley focused his attention on public safety, and by implementing crime response reform, violent crimes in Baltimore were reduced by nearly 40%. As Governor, in 2011 he signed a law that would make certain undocumented immigrants eligible for in-state college tuition on condition; and in 2012, he signed a law to legalize same-sex marriage in Maryland.
O’Malley appeared in the film Ladder 49 as himself. The History Channel‘s documentary First Invasion: The War of 1812 featured O’Malley in a segment regarding the British attack on Baltimore in 1814. He’s also a musician and was active in several bands and as a solo act in the Washington and Baltimore areas starting in the early 80s. Today besides being a kickass progressive Governor, Mark O’Malley moonlights as the vocalist/guitarist/songwriter of Celtic rock band “O’Malley’s March” and plays gigs around the Baltimore/DC area.