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Posted by on Feb 23, 2012 in Media, Politics, Religion | 3 comments

Bedeviled in America

Rush Limbaugh is not happy with Rick Santorum’s Satan speech.

“It’s part of the predictable attempt to impugn Santorum as an absolute religious nut and wacko,” El Rushbo says. “But he did say these things and he’ll have to have an answer…I don’t know. It’s just not the kind of stuff you hear a presidential candidate talk about.”

Now, Santorum is trying to explain away what he told Catholic students only four years ago: “We look at the shape of mainline Protestantism in this country, and it is in shambles. It is gone from the world of Christianity as I see it.”

Now, the candidate insists, “These are questions that are not relevant to what’s being discussed in America today. What we’re talking about in America today is trying to get America growing.”

Lots of luck with that, but perhaps even more troubling is that Santorum has opened a Pandora’s box of religiosity, and the usual clerical suspects are all over TV, mouthing off about whether Mormons are Christians and rehashing claims that the President is a Muslim because his father was.

Talking about fathers, the Rev. Billy Graham’s son is getting face time on cable, questioning both Romney’s and Obama’s Christian credentials on those scores.

Franklin Graham comes by such beliefs as an inheritance.


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  • DORIAN DE WIND, Military Affairs Columnist

    “When Rick Santorum accused President Obama of having “some phony theology” last weekend, it was neither an isolated event nor an offhand remark


    Santorum has regularly argued on the campaign trail that Obama and his allies’ views on abortion, same-sex marriage and the proper role of government prove they have distinctly secular values”

    [I thought our government was supposed to be “secular”… No?]

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  • zephyr

    Authors like Atwell and Huxley have already explored in fiction the sort of society Santorum seems to want. That should be warning enough for anyone considering the reality. Think GWB was a gross embarrassment to the nation? A Rick Santorum in the White House would seal our fate as a people unworthy of respect or emulation for generations.

  • Mustang_Sally

    Funny you should mention Atwell, Zephyr. I’ve been thinking of The Handmaid’s Tale a lot since Santorum has become so vocal……

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