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TCNN WTF? - CNN Hires Anti-Gay Rick "Frothy Mix" Santorum As “Senior Political Commentator”

CNN WTF? – CNN Hires Anti-Gay Rick “Frothy Mix” Santorum As “Senior Political Commentator”

The Hill reports:

CNN is adding a new group of political contributors and commentators, including a former presidential candidate and a reporter who shot to prominence covering President-elect Donald Trump. Former Sen. Rick Santorum (R-Pa.), who ran for president in 2012 and 2016, is joining the network as a political commentator, along with former Rep. Steve Israel (D-N.Y.) and former Michigan Gov. Jennifer Granholm (D).

The Washington Post’s David Fahrenthold and Wesley Lowery will be joining as contributors, along with J.D. Vance of National Review and Salena Zito of the Washington Examiner. Fahrenthold in October broke the story of Trump’s “Access Hollywood” video, in which he brags about sexually assaulting women. He also investigated Trump’s claims of charitable donations.

I guess CNN really is fake news.

Fuck you CNN.  Just Fuck You.

 

Rick Santorum’s Top 10 Anti-Gay Comments

*“Every society in the history of man has upheld the institution of marriage as a bond between a man and a woman. Why? Because society is based on one thing: that society is based on the future of the society. And that’s what? Children. Monogamous relationships. In every society, the definition of marriage has not ever to my knowledge included homosexuality. That’s not to pick on homosexuality. It’s not, you know, man on child, man on dog, or whatever the case may be. It is one thing. And when you destroy that you have a dramatic impact on the quality.” (2003)

*“If the Supreme Court says that you have the right to consensual sex within your home, then you have the right to bigamy, you have the right to polygamy, you have the right to incest, you have the right to adultery. You have the right to anything. Does that undermine the fabric of our society? I would argue yes, it does.” (2003)

*“I guess because you stand for traditional marriage and you believe that, you know, that people should, we should have a society that affirms one man and one woman as marriage, that makes you someone who’s a hater, someone that doesn’t, doesn’t like people. I disagree with people, by the way, who are gay and straight who believe in changing the marriage laws. But it’s a public policy discussion, and this is the, this is really the problem that we see on the left which is the personalization of politics. I mean, we have a policy disagreement, and, and which I am very passionate about. I admit that. Because I do believe the family, integrity of the family is important for the future of our country. But that does not mean that, that I don’t like people or I hate people or that there’s something wrong. The only thing that’s wrong is their opinion.” (2011)

*“But what I can say is that the state is not doing a service to the child and to society by not putting that child in a home where there is a mother and a father. This is common sense. This is nature. And what we’re trying to do is defy nature because a certain group of people want to be affirmed by society. And I just don’t think that’s to the benefit of society or to the child.” (2011)

*“Is anyone saying same-sex couples can’t love each other? I love my children. I love my friends, my brother. Heck, I even love my mother-in-law. Should we call these relationships marriage, too?” (2008)

*“I’m worried when many people will stand up and say, ‘well whatever the Generals want.’ I’m not too sure that we haven’t indoctrinated the Officer Corps in this country that they can actually see straight to make the right decisions.” (On repealing Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell) (2011)

*On gay adoption: “A lesbian woman came up to me and said, ‘why are you denying me my right?’ I said, ‘well, because it’s not a right.’ It’s a privilege that society recognizes because society sees intrinsic value to that relationship over any other relationship.” (2011)

*“I certainly would not approve of [a bill moving through the California legislature compels the state to add gay history to the state education curriculum], but there’s a logical consequence to the courts injecting themselves in creating rights and people attaching their legislative ideas to those rights that in some respects could logically flow from that. So I’m not surprised.” (On teaching LGBT history in schools) (2011)

*“I would argue, this right to privacy … doesn’t exist in my opinion in the United States Constitution, this right that was created, it was created in Griswold — Griswold was the contraceptive case — and abortion. And now we’re just extending it out. And the further you extend it out, the more you — this freedom actually intervenes and affects the family. You say, well, it’s my individual freedom. Yes, but it destroys the basic unit of our society because it condones behavior that’s antithetical to strong healthy families. Whether it’s polygamy, whether it’s adultery, where it’s sodomy, all of those things, are antithetical to a healthy, stable, traditional family.” (2003)

* “ I have no problem with homosexuality. I have a problem with homosexual acts. As I would with acts of other, what I would consider to be, acts outside of traditional heterosexual relationships. And that includes a variety of different acts, not just homosexual. I have nothing, absolutely nothing against anyone who’s homosexual. If that’s their orientation, then I accept that. And I have no problem with someone who has other orientations. The question is, do you act upon those orientations? So it’s not the person, it’s the person’s actions. And you have to separate the person from their actions.” (2003)

“In this case, what we’re talking about, basically, is priests who were having sexual relations with post-pubescent men. We’re not talking about priests with 3-year-olds, or 5-year-olds. We’re talking about a basic homosexual relationship.” (On the Catholic Church’s international pedophile priests scandal, in which, for decades, priests have sexually assaulted, molested, and raped young boys and girls.) (2003)

TCNN WTF? - CNN Hires Anti-Gay Rick "Frothy Mix" Santorum As “Senior Political Commentator”

Trump Picks Rick “Man on Dog” Santorum For Catholic Advisory Group, Vows To Protect “Religious Liberty”

Trump Picks Rick "Man on Dog" Santorum For Catholic Advisory Group, Vows To Protect "Religious Liberty"

Looks like Ricky “Man on Dog” Santorum has a new gig that is just perfect for his extreme homophobic skill set.

The Washington Blade:

In one fell swoop, Donald Trump has fortified the anti-LGBT positions he expressed over his campaign and tapped as an adviser former U.S. Sen. Rick Santorum, a two-time presidential candidate with a notoriously anti-LGBT history.

The actions are the result of Trump’s creation of a 35-member Catholic Advisory Council, which includes, in addition to Santorum, other individuals with anti-LGBT histories.

Accompanying the creation of the council is a new statement from Trump outlining “Issues of Importance to Catholics” and reiterating his support for the First Amendment Defense Act, a federal “religious freedom” bill seen to enable anti-LGBT discrimination.

Emphasizing his commitment to “religious liberty,” Trump hints at opposition to the U.S. Supreme Court decision in favor of same-sex marriage and President Obama’s executive order barring anti-LGBT discrimination among federal contractors.

“Religious liberty is enshrined in the First Amendment to the Constitution,” Trump said. “It is our first liberty and provides the most important protection in that it protects our right of conscience. Activist judges and executive orders issued by presidents who have no regard for the Constitution have put these protections in jeopardy. If I am elected president and Congress passes the First Amendment Defense Act, I will sign it to protect the deeply held religious beliefs of Catholics and the beliefs of Americans of all faiths.”

In a 2003 interview Santorum brought up the then-pending U.S. Supreme Court case Lawrence v. Texas, which challenged a Texas sodomy law, and said that “he did not have a problem with homosexuals, but a problem with homosexual acts”, “the right to privacy doesn’t exist in my opinion in the United States Constitution”, and “sodomy laws properly exist to prevent acts which undermine the basic tenets of our society and the family.”

Santorum also stated:

In every society, the definition of marriage has not ever to my knowledge included homosexuality. That’s not to pick on homosexuality. It’s not, you know, man on child, man on dog, or whatever the case may be. It is one thing. And when you destroy that you have a dramatic impact on the quality.

The AP also quoted Santorum as saying, “If the Supreme Court says that you have the right to consensual sex within your home, then you have the right to bigamy, you have the right to polygamy, you have the right to incest, you have the right to adultery. You have the right to anything.” and “Whether it’s polygamy, whether it’s adultery, whether it’s sodomy, all of those things, are antithetical to a healthy, stable, traditional family.”

 

Rick Santorum naked

Rick Santorum Dropping Out Of GOP Presidential Race – And away goes Frothy down the drain!

Santorum is an Idiot

 

CNN is reporting that former Pennsylvania Senator and current anti-gay bigot. Rick “Man on Dog” Santorum is ending his GOP presidential bid.  AGAIN.

He is expected to make the announcement Wednesday night and will endorse a candidate..

Santorum is the third Republican presidential candidate to drop out after Monday’s caucuses. Mike Huckabee ended his campaign that night, and Rand Paul suspended his campaign Wednesday morning to the cheers of many

The Santorum sources did not say whom Santorum would endorse. When asked about a possible endorsement, Florida Sen. Marco Rubio said he hasn’t spoken to the former Pennsylvania senator on Wednesday.

“I think he’s fantastic,” Rubio told CNN’s Dana Bash Perhaps Marco is looking for a new Bro-buddy.

This is Santorum’s third failed bid at the GOP presidential nomination.

Once, twice, three times a LOSER!

GOP Presidential Wannabe Rick “Man on Dog” Santorum Says If Elected He’ll Enforce DOMA

Santorum is an Idiot

 

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.

 

Rick “Man on Dog” Santorum: SCOTUS’ Gay Marriage Ruling ‘Disrupts The Foundation of the World’ – Transcript

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On Face The Nation  this week Rick Santorum went further in-depth on his previous statement that the Supreme Court’s ruling on same-sex marriage “potentially disrupts the foundation of the world” by stating that not only was the Supreme Court  ruling unconstitutional, decided on “a whim”, but also that it constituted an assault on religious liberty.

Santorum also took a break from his BBQ-ing of gay people over an open fire this 4th of July to share with Facebook that he is joining the fight to defending traditional marriage!?

You can read the FTN transcript below.

 

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DICKERSON: All right, I’m going to pivot now to an issue that you talked about this week in the wake of the Supreme Court’s ruling on same-sex marriage. Some of your competitors in the Republican race have said, well, the issue has been decided and the country needs to move on.

You have taken a different position; you’ve said, no, there needs to be a conversation and you’re trying to lead that conversation. You said that the ruling potentially, quote, “disrupts the foundation of the world.”

What does that mean?

SANTORUM: Well, I said three things.

Number one, that there’s a real question here about the role of the courts in our society, Justice Scalia I think said it best. He says when the — when we subordinate the rights of the people to nine unelected judges, we can no longer be called a democracy.

And what the court did here as Justice Roberts said, was — there’s no constitutional basis for what they did. They simply just acted out of, as one said, a whim. That’s not how a democracy functions. That’s not how a republic functions.

So you’ve got to a basic question, are we going to stand up to the court in doing something that’s really outside of their bounds?

Number two, there’s an assault on religious liberty here. The court basically said, no, churches, you’re allowed to teach what you want but it really didn’t say you’re allowed to practice what you want. I mean, this is, again, a huge infringement on the foundational right that we have which is the First Amendment.

And then third, and this is to the point you make, that it’s a — it really is a further erosion of this founding — foundational building block of society, which is the nuclear family.

And this goes further — I mean, over the last 40 years, we’ve seen a degradation of the nuclear family, no doubt about it. But this further, I say, put the nail in the coffin that we now disconnect the nuclear family from the idea that it’s there for the purpose of having and raising children.

Marriage no longer about kids. It’s simply about adults. And I think that — now that United States is a — it’s still the moral leader of the world, that we’ve now disconnected marriage from children, I think that has profound consequences for not just for America but for the world.

DICKERSON: Can I talk about those consequences a little bit?

In your remarks you said that the children need a mother and father to have a stable, healthy home. You said and also that they need heterosexual parents will love those children and raise them to be good citizens of America.

Can same-sex couples not raise children to achieve those same things?

SANTORUM: I think what we have to do as society, orient ourselves toward what’s best. What we know what’s best from thousands of years in human history is for children to be raised with mothers and fathers, preferably but not always, but preferably with their biological mothers and fathers but certainly adoptive homes are great and wonderful places, too.

But if we are going to try to aim for the best, then we have to have laws that orient society to what’s best.

And we have laws that say, fathers, really, you don’t have to raise your children; mothers, you know, we’re going to provide all sorts of things that make fathers less necessary, if you will.

If you have laws that say, you know, marriage isn’t about children, now for the first time in the history of our country a majority of children born out of wedlock, which is about 40-45 percent of children in America today, are born in homes that the father is still living. That’s — they’re seeing a huge increase in this.

Why? Because we have now said marriage isn’t — I mean, children — having children has nothing to do with marriage so people aren’t getting married. That’s not a good situation to maximize the potential for each and every one of our children.

And that’s really what I’m talking about here, is setting up policies that orient ourselves toward the best end, which is a healthy, stable family for children.

DICKERSON: But, quickly, which is better for families, or which is more of a challenge to families, divorce and adultery and out-of- wedlock births or same-sex marriage? Which is worse? If you had to spend your time prioritizing on one of the two.

SANTORUM: Yes. Yes, I — as you know, John, I’ve been oriented on that, focused on that for a long time. I wrote a book 10 years ago called, “It Takes a Family.” And didn’t talk very much about gay marriage back then; it wasn’t as big of a topic.

I talked a lot about the breakdown of the institution of marriage, the role that fathers need to play, that, you know, 96 percent of Americans are in those types of traditional homes. That is the bigger problem.

And so I would agree with you on that, that we really need to focus a lot more time and energy on reknitting the American family, the — and allowing children to have the best opportunities to succeed.

Haters React To SCOTUS #SSM Ruling: Perkins, Brown, Harvey, Fisher, Huckabee, and a Big Steaming Pile of Santorum.

 

Your tears of unfathomable sadness are delicious….

 

Ryan T. Anderson, writing for the Heritage Foundation.

“Today is a significant setback for all Americans who believe in the Constitution, the rule of law, democratic self-government, and marriage as the union of one man and one woman. The Court got it wrong: it should not have mandated all 50 states to redefine marriage. This is judicial activism: nothing in the Constitution requires the redefinition of marriage, and the Court imposed its judgment about a policy matter that should be decided by the American people and their elected representatives. The Court got marriage and the Constitution wrong today just like they got abortion and the Constitution wrong 42 years ago with Roe v. Wade. Five unelected judges do not have the power to change the truth about marriage or the truth about the Constitution.”

 

Bobby Jindal, trying to remain relevant even though no one cares via press release.

“The Supreme Court decision today conveniently and not surprisingly follows public opinion polls, and tramples on states’ rights that were once protected by the 10th Amendment of the Constitution. Marriage between a man and a woman was established by God, and no earthly court can alter that. This decision will pave the way for an all out assault against the religious freedom rights of Christians who disagree with this decision. This ruling must not be used as pretext by Washington to erode our right to religious liberty.  The government should not force those who have sincerely held religious beliefs about marriage to participate in these ceremonies. That would be a clear violation of America’s long held commitment to religious liberty as protected in the First Amendment. I will never stop fighting for religious liberty and I hope our leaders in D.C. join me.”

 

 

Hate group leader Austin Ruse, of the Catholic Family and Human Rights Institute writing for Breitbart.

“In a crushing defeat for traditionalists, the U.S. Supreme Court has mandated same-sex marriage as a constitutional right from sea to shining sea. In a 5-4 decision the Supreme Court has held there is a 14th amendment right for people of the same sex to marry. The U.S. becomes only the second country, after Brazil, that has arrived at same-sex marriage through judicial imposition. The fear now is that the federal government, under urging from the gay community, will work to stamp out any vestige of opposition or even dissent, including eliminating accreditation and tax exempt status for religious schools that do not recognize same-sex marriages. Some religious conservatives have hinted at non-violent resistance and civil disobedience, though what that means remains unclear. One thing is clear from recent history. Though gay activists insist the issue is now settled, a Supreme Court decision rarely truly settles a question; they tend to open up new fields of debate, particularly on such controversial and divisive issues.

 

Rick Santorum, weeping onto his very gay sweater vest via press release.

“Today, five unelected justices decided to redefine the foundational unit that binds together our society without public debate or input. Now is the people’s opportunity respond because the future of the institution of marriage is too important to not have a public debate. The Court is one of three co-equal branches of government and, just as they have in cases from Dred Scott to Plessy, the Court has an imperfect track record. The stakes are too high and the issue too important to simply cede the will of the people to five unaccountable justices. But leaders don’t accept bad decisions that they believe harm the country, they have the courage of their convictions and lead the country down the better path. Marriage, the family and our children are too central to a healthy society to not fight for what is best. I realized that fact early on and that is why I lead the charge against some in my own party in 2004 to ensure the Federal Marriage Amendment received a vote and I continue to stand for marriage, for families, for freedom.”

 

Mike Huckabee, via press release who has not set himself on fire as of this posting.

“This irrational, unconstitutional rejection of the expressed will of the people in over 30 states will prove to be one of the court’s most disastrous decisions, and they have had many. The only outcome worse than this flawed, failed decision would be for the President and Congress, two co-equal branches of government, to surrender in the face of this out-of-control act of unconstitutional, judicial tyranny. The Supreme Court can no more repeal the laws of nature and nature’s God on marriage than it can the law of gravity. Under our Constitution, the court cannot write a law, even though some cowardly politicians will wave the white flag and accept it without realizing that they are failing their sworn duty to reject abuses from the court. If accepted by Congress and this President, this decision will be a serious blow to religious liberty, which is the heart of the First Amendment.”

 

Mission: America hate group leader and Harpy Hausfrau Linda Harvey, via press release.

“This is a tragic day for America. By this unjust and unconstitutional decision, the rule of law in America apparently no longer applies. There is no phrase or word in the 14th Amendment that justifies this illegitimate ruling that will create a monumental, unnecessary division in this country by setting a standard supporting sexual deviance. Parents, it’s time to make some hard decisions. Your children will now be told in public schools that there is only one view of sexuality and it is that anything goes. Thirteen year olds can ‘date’ people of the same sex and go full speed into the homosexual life, and any efforts to prevent them from doing so will be subject to restraint by the full force of law. And so, God help us. The majority on this court has defied the testimony of nature, anatomy, history and Almighty God. Jesus declared marriage to be one man and one woman in Matthew 19. Because of this arrogant and unsustainable decision, America now stands in defiance of God, and we can only pray now for His mercy on our nation.”

 

National Organization for Marriage hate group leader Brian Brown, in a press release realizing his days on the Hate Money Train are coming to an end.

“Though expected, today’s decision is completely illegitimate. We reject it and so will the American people. It represents nothing but judicial activism, legislating from the bench, with a bare majority of the Justices on the Supreme Court exercising raw political power to impose their own preferences on marriage when they have no constitutional authority to do so. It is a lawless ruling that contravenes the decisions of over 50 million voters and their elected representatives. It is a decision that is reminiscent of other illegitimate Court rulings such as Dred Scottand Roe v Wade and will further plunge the Supreme Court into public disrepute.

“Make no mistake about it: The National Organization for Marriage (NOM) and countless millions of Americans do not accept this ruling. Instead, we will work at every turn to reverse it. The US Supreme Court does not have the authority to redefine something it did not create. Marriage was created long before the United States and our constitution came into existence. Our constitution says nothing about marriage. The majority who issued today’s ruling have simply made it up out of thin air with no constitutional authority. Today’s decision of the Supreme Court lacks both constitutional and moral authority. There is no eternal or natural law that allows for marriage to be redefined.”

 

Hate group leader Tony Perkins, via tear-drenched press release.

Five justices on the Supreme Court have overturned the votes of 50 million Americans and demanded that the American people walk away from millennia of history and the reality of human nature. In reaching a decision so lacking in foundation in the text of the Constitution, in our history, and in our traditions, the Court has done serious damage to its own legitimacy. No court can overturn natural law. Nature and Nature’s God, hailed by the signers of our Declaration of Independence as the very source of law, cannot be usurped by the edict of a court, even the United States Supreme Court. Americans will not stop standing for transcendent truth, nor accept the legitimacy of this decision. Truth is not decided by polls or the passage of time, but by the One who created time and everything that exists therein. We will not lapse into silence but will continue to speak uncompromisingly for the truth about what marriage is, always has been, and always will be: the union of one man and one woman.”

 

And finally.  Last but certainly not least.  “Batshit Bryan” Fiscker of the American Family Association hate group serving up a heaping plate of anti-gay histrionics.

 

B2

 

 

“Porno Pete” LaBarbera, Tony Per-KKK-ins, and Rick “Man on Dog” Santorum Have The Indiana Religious Freedom Blues

3 evil rats

 

“Porno” Peter LaBarbera, in a press release published today by Christian Newswire. (Because no self-respecting news outlet would publish it)

“Homosexual activists and their sycophants in the media (e.g., CNN’s homosexual anchor – activist Don Lemon) are cunningly building upon their distortions of the RFRA to demand a pro-homosexual special-rights law in the Hoosier State. It would be the cruelest of ironies if the media-driven backlash against Indiana’s religious freedom law were used to push through a statewide ‘gay rights’ law in Indiana. Such pro-homosexual laws and corporate policies have been the engine driving PRO-LGBT DISCRIMINATION against people of faith for decades – all in the sweet-sounding name of ‘equality.’ Politically speaking, it seems bigotry is OK as long as it advances the ‘progressive’ agenda to impose mandatory acceptance of homosexuality and gender confusion on everyone.”

Family Research Council President and KKK Mascot Tony Perkins on FAUX News:

“What the governor did today, and Mike’s been a longtime friend of mine, but what he did is I think he emboldened his enemies and he enraged his friends. And there are people that are deeply concerned about the growing intolerance towards religious freedom in this country and they were very disappointed. There’s no question about it. However this language, this fix, we’ve still not seen it yet and there’s still an opportunity, I think, to salvage the heart and soul of what this religious freedom restoration act was intended to do.

Rick Santorum, speaking to some not-so impressed students at George Washington University.

“The only sensitivity training we need is to respect every person. Tolerance is the most misused word in the English language. Tolerance means you can say really horrible nasty things that I hate and offend me. That’s how we get along. You have a right to be mean — a right to be nasty to people. That’s how this country works, because we have thick skins and we aren’t offended.  Should a gay or lesbian-owned printshop have to print signs for the Westboro Baptists that say ‘God hates fags’? Should a Jewish printshop have to make signs for the KKK? Should a kosher deli have to serve non-kosher food? It’s a two-way street. Tolerance is a two-way street. If you’re saying that ‘your religious liberties are not as important as my — fill in the blank,’ then I’ve got a problem with that.”

Pardon me, has anyone seen my sycophants? I seem to have misplaced them. Oh wait!  There they are!

Rick “Frothy Mix” Santorum Blames The Godless European Union For Same Sex Marriage

Rick Santorum Best Picture EVER!
Rick Santorum Best Picture EVER!

 

“The European Union doesn’t have the word God in its Constitution or in any of its documents. It is a secular society and it is the model for America. It is the reason you are seeing this assault. The left cannot be successful in a country with God-given rights. It can’t because they want to be the purveyor of rights and if God is the purveyor then they lose. America is at a crossroads and a tipping point. This means it can go either way. This means you have the potential right here to make a huge difference in the future of our country. Be not afraid.”Rick Santorum, speaking Saturday at the Liberty Counsel’s “Awakening” hate rally in Orlando.

Oh and “Mr. Chambers, don’t get on that ship! The rest of the book To Serve Man, it’s… it’s a cookbook!”

Cuckoo Cuckoo!

Rick “Man On Dog” Santorum Goes All “Praise The Lord And Pass The Ammunition” At Ohio Rally


Santorum idiot

 

“We’re battling and there’s only two institutions in America to battle back. One is the church and the other is the family. That’s why if you look at everything the left is trying to do in America, everything the secular society is trying to do, they’re trying to tear those two institutions down and they are coming after you.”

The French Revolution was a radical, secular revolution They burned churches. They killed clergy and what happened? A Reign of Terror. Mob rule. Emperors like (Napoleon) Bonaparte and a secular society that is now Europe. It is now most of Western Civilization.”.

(The U.S. Constitution ) “It does not give rights, Government cannot give rights. And when government can give rights, then you no longer are free, because (then) government can take rights.”

The hostility and animosity to religion, specifically to Christians, “is the battle in America today,” one that is being waged in cities across America including:

  • A U.S. Navy chaplain and Assembly of God pastor at a naval facility who is being disciplined and may possibly be discharged from the military for counseling a sailor consistent with “Biblical truth” on human sexuality.
  • The mayor of Houston pushing through a nondiscrimination ordinance to change the city’s bathroom policy to have unisex bathrooms because, as Santorum explained the reasoning, “gender isn’t a physical thing, it’s a mental condition.”
  • A Denver baker fined for refusing to make a wedding cake for a gay couple’s wedding.
  • Elected officials in San Francisco condemning and protesting a bishop who told teachers at San Francisco Catholic schools what to teach in terms of human sexuality, saying it was “insensitive, hurtful, bigoted” to do so.

“You want to understand … How did we get to this point in America … where the Bible is no longer being taught in schools?” How long (has it been) that we can’t pray in our schools? How is it that this space of religious liberty is getting smaller and smaller and smaller? Bibles exited public schools “because you let them,”

“Why is marriage changing?” Because you’re letting it change. Why do we kill 1.2 million babies every year in America? Because you let it happen. If you didn’t let it happen, it wouldn’t happen.”

“America, must fight or rest assured, our freedoms are going to be taken from us.”.

“Think about the phrase ‘Never Again,’” he said. “We’ll never see a Holocaust again. We’ll never see something like that, certainly Europe, enlightened Europe, learned their lesson, and Jews are fleeing. You say ‘Well, it can’t happen here in America.’ Why not? What makes us so special anymore if we are adopting the ways of the French Revolution?”

“You can make an impact here, in your communities, in your families. Let me just assure you, your country needs you.”

“Religious liberty is for everyone, not just for Christians.  But what America is seeing is that the assault on religious liberty is mainly focused on Christianity!”Rick Santorum talking to God fearing Muricans at a rally in West Chester, OH

God, you can almost hear the knitting needles clicking.