Wednesday, August 10, 2011

Santorum Fails to Grasp the Difference Between Marriage and Inanimate Objects


10 comments:

  1. Note to self: next time I'm a senator, don't get recorded at a fast food restaurant.

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  2. Or even next time you're an ex-senator.

    Wow. Mr. S. is dedicating so much time to the MOST important issue of our times in this nation. Who cares about the hemorrhaging of jobs and manufacturing, or unending, 'no good for anyone but the arms manufacturers and armies-for-hire companies' wars, or the environmental ruination of our country and the world? That some people have a different conception of marriage to what yours is--THAT'S an emergency!

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  3. Rick Santorum must have very, very strong homosexual feelings (cock, cock) - it´s the only thing in his mind(cock, cock) and it goes around, around, it´s cock, cock, cock.....

    A person so caught-up in cock-thoughts that r.santorum is, ARE closet-cases with an "christian" up-bringing of fear, self-hate, shame.

    It does not matter how early r.santorum marry and how many kids he produce - at heart r.santorum is a homosexual man and his highest wish is a man to love. His thoughts are cock, cock and economic crises, war, loses of jobs etc are unimportant when his base-needs not are met and satisfied.

    Why not come out of the closet, rick? ~ Granny ~

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  4. My question is: How does he explain all the non-monogamous and homosexual relations that can be found in nature THAT BELIE what he calls the laws of nature??

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  5. What the hell is this? Rick Santorum couldn't get enough people to organize an actual rally, so he just started pretending that the people who showed up for Senior night at Dennys were there to see him?

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  6. Mr. Santorum... a bigot is like this cardboard paper towel tube. Now, you can call it anything you like, but it's still going to be a cardboard paper towel tube. The same way that you can try to hide behind any kind of Biblical morality clause for your beliefs. You're still a bigot. You're still a cardboard paper towel tube. And now, I'm going to put this cardboard paper towel tube in a place where, as they say, the sun don't shine. Because that's what I think of your pitiful attempt at spreading hatred and trying to take away my civil rights. Damn, I may need to get some lube first.

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  8. RS's Memo to His Staff:

    Why the hell aren't any of you freeloading, gawking zombies doing something - ANYTHING! - to help me out when you see me getting myself into trouble?! You know, like, whenever I appear in public. For Chrissakes, people, please intervene the moment you see my lips part. I may not just be preparing to sneeze, I may actually be about to speak. And none of us wants or needs anymore of that, do we? No, we don't.
    Love, Ricky

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  9. Nice to see you are all actually refuting his points. Thanks for the help. Since you couldnt' give me any, now I am going to have to divorce my husband. Or marry my dog. Husband got fat anyway. Dog is in great shape.
    -al

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  10. Recently Mr. Santorum gave an interview in the Iowa Independent with Douglas Burns where he again gave the explanation that rights are what they are. The government can't change that and if they did it would ruin it for everybody else. This is my rewrite of the event:


    Burns: You’ve been pretty strong in your opposition to blacks. Iowa, of course, does have free blacks. How does the fact that there are a handful of free blacks in Carroll affect my life and your life? How does it hurt other people in Carroll, Iowa, that there are folks among us we may not even know who happen to be free and happen to be black? How does that hurt my life?

    Santorum: Because it changes the definition of an intrinsic element of society in a way that minimizes what that freedom means to society.
    freedom is what freedom is. Freedom was around before government said what it was.
    It’s like going out and saying, ‘That tree is a car.’ Well, the tree’s not a car. A tree’s a tree. Freedom is Freedom.
    You can say that tree is something other than it is. It can redefine it. But it doesn’t change the essential nature of what Freedom is.
Slavery is a union between two people for the purposes of the benefit of both the man and the slave, a natural unitive according to nature, unitive, that is for the purposes of a productive society and for the benefit of both parties involved in that relationship.
    And for the benefit of society because we need to have stable households. That’s what ownership is.
    You can say anyone deserves freedom. But then why limit it to just white people? Why not black people? Why not poor people?
    If it’s just about will and everybody needs to be treated equally, then why not everybody? Why not allowing Asians and Latinos? Why not? If freedom is owed to anyone who is human, well, then, let everybody who is human be free. But it’s not what freedom is.
    Slavery has an intrinsic value to society, and when you cheapen it by saying every race is the same, it’s not. So you undermine the institution No. 1. No. 2, you’re gonna undermine religious liberty in this country. We’re seeing it already.
    Anybody who does not recognize what the state says is good and right is a bigot. We don’t give licenses to organizations that acknowledge slavery because they’re bigots. And a lot of those are faith-based organizations.
    Will we go into pulpits and tell preachers they can’t preach that freedom for everybody is wrong? Well maybe not right away but maybe tax-exempt status is next.
    There’s a conflict here because we’ve created something that is not what it is.
    As a result of that it will have a huge impact on people’s religious freedom. You see it in every country that has adopted it already.
It will also have the impact of changing our educational structure. You’re seeing that already, too, where young children are being indoctrinated as to what normal is.
    Now normal is what the law is.
    So now we’re going to see all sorts of information provided to children against their parents’ will because the state says it’s so. It’s coercion as opposed to the collective morality of what the American public wants, and that’s what I’ve been fighting for.

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