Monday, June 13, 2011

Santorum vs. Santorum

(Posted by Jocelyn)

Uh oh, guys. All eighteen of Rick Santorum's supporters are apparently mad at us.

From Facebook:
Rick Santorum is a God-fearing man who wants to save unborn children and protect traditional marriage. Because of this, radical left-wing activists launched a Google-bombing campaign so that people searching for his name will find pages full of vile, disgusting filth instead.

What we can do as Christians is to fight back with a Google-bombing campaign of our own. We need to post as many links as we can to www.RickSantorum.com (his real site), to help it rise in the search engine ranks and beat the fake sites.

If you have control over any websites, blogs, facebook pages, or anything like that, post a link to www.RickSantorum.com, and help fight back against the gay agenda.
So, all you radical left-wing activists, don't forget to keep linking to (and Googling) santorum, or you run the risk of derailing the gay agenda and forcing this page full of vile, disgusting filth into obscurity. That is all.

UPDATE:

We are famous!

16 comments:

  1. Go ahead and laugh it up. Mockery and sarcasm is the only thing you liberals are any good at. Lord knows none of you are capable of doing an honest day's work for an honest day's pay.

    Any readers here, please pay a visit to http://www.RickSantorum.com/ and join our facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/pages/Fixing-Santorums-Google-Problem/228980680446930?sk=info .

    Pastor Billy-Reuben Gibson

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  2. Totally watching this guy on the "debate" right now. Thought I'd help - in my own small way - keep this site's top ranking!

    Long Live Spreading Santorum!!

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  3. Hey pastor Billy, keep your judgements to yourself and your Lord. Only God can judge, and he don't like ugly.

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  4. Pastor Bill I don't know about you but I work hard everyday for my pay, which doesn't involve attempting to brainwash people with ancient and often extremely bigoted writings. Not to mention in our own Constitution it says there is separation of church and state, have you, and everyone else that loves to be touted as 'God-fearing' forgotten this? Politics are NOT to be based on religion.

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  5. @Mark,

    I am a Tea Party patriot, and as such I have a pocket Constitution on my desk.

    Can you please cite the Article/Section or Amendment in which the phrase "separation of church and state" appears? I can't seem to be able to find it anywhere, but every liberal I meet insists it's there. In fact, I don't see anything at all in there that says indviduals cannot allow their faith to infuence their politics.

    Pastor Billy-Reuben

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  6. Pastor-

    It's actually the first amendment that guarantees that congress will make no government-mandated religion, though I've always found that conservatives don't really think that part means very much. I don't think the second amendment means very much, though, so I guess we're even.

    Now if you'll excuse me, I've got to go to work.

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  7. Thank you for replying, Jocelyn.

    The part of the first amendment that guarantees that congress will make no government-mandated religion means a great deal to me. One only has to look at European countries with state churches, see how dead their faith is, see the number of atheists and agnostics in those countries, see the empty pews, to realize how important this prohibition is. I don't want any faith, especially mine, to be established as a state church.

    Thanks for this discusssion, but I don't see what any of this has to do with the topic. No one is trying to get congress to establish a state church.

    The second amendment is your right to defend yourself instead of becoming a victim.

    Pastor Billy-Reuben

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  8. Exactly my point.

    And I assume that you're picking on Catholicism. You might not want to throw all your weight behind a Catholic presidential candidate then. Or is being Catholic only a bad thing if you're also a liberal?

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  10. No, I wasn't picking on Catholicism, Anglicanism, or any particular religion.

    I was pointing out what happens when an otherwise secular democracy has a state religion. Faith becomes watered down to suit the will of the majority, because the majority of people prefer sin to righteousness.

    Pastor Billy-Reuben

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  11. Billy,

    Why are you even trolling here? You say that none of us "liberals" are capable of an honest day's work, when in fact most of us are working-class. I am a railroad worker. I work at least 43 hours a week. Don't talk to me about honest work.

    As far as your faith, keep it to yourself. This is not a Christian nation and never has been.

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  12. If you work hard for your money, then why would you vote for liberals who will tax your money away and give it to people who refuse to work?

    I came here because this blog post links to a Facebook page that I administer.

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  13. You seem to be confused. I vote for people who support labor and the working class. Republicans and quite a few democrats these days support corporations and tax cuts for millionaires. Liberals don't want to tax the working people of America. They want the wealthiest people in this country to pay taxes too.

    You are really confusing me. Are you a Christian or a capitalist? It's kind of hard to be both. Whose teaching do you follow, Jesus or Ayn Rand?

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  14. Billy, while you are quite correct that the exact statement "separation of church and state" does not appear in the Constitution, over 25 Supreme Court cases have discussed the matter. Also, Thomas Jefferson used the phrase in an 1802 letter to describe the purpose of the establishment and free exercise clauses, and Madison also described its importance in letters. In short, there is much greater support for the statement that the Constitution intended for separation of church and state than there is for the statement often touted by those on this side that the United Stated is a Christian country or was founded based upon Christian ideals. Indeed, the Treaty of Tripoli, which was ratified by the Senate less than a decade after the ratification of the Constitution, specifically provides that the United States was not founded as a Christian country.

    I won't bother myself to discuss tax or economic policy with you, as you need to educate yourself regarding those matters from people who are not Rush Limbaugh or Glenn Beck types. A hugely massive majority of taxes don't go from rich people to people who don't work. Instead, they go to the military, to improve our infrastructure, and to many other goals that are extremely worthwhile. Some of our taxes go to things that aren't worthwhile: I would argue that oil, ethanol and most farming subsidies fall into this category.

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  15. To support Pastor Billy, it should be pointed out that although our constitution prohibits the state-establishment of a specific religion, it says nothing about the influence religion may play in one's own personal philosophy or policy decisions. It is entirely possible that the philosophic principals founded in this country are common to a large majority of the Christian faith, and therefore are not solely Christian ideals, influencing this train of thought. It seems more a third philosophic rail influencing both Christianity and contemporary civic thought exists - kind of absolving a lot of ignorant comments about Christianity. Also, I am not Christian.

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  16. Billy-Reuben. Ha ha ha... I get it.

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