Rick Santorum continues to prove that America is suffering a national nervous breakdown. Jesus of Pennsylvania has taken his revival to the road, and is preaching some extreme theocracy to adoring, applauding crowds. Holy Rick is making some outrageous statements, but remains the front-runner. Mass hysteria can be the only explanation.
Just this week, Rick suggested that the President wanted to kill disabled babies. Yes, that's right. Speaking to a bunch of rapture-ready lunatics in Ohio, Sick Santorum suggested that, by offering free pre-natal screening, President Obama's health care program ...
"...ends up in more abortions and therefore less care that has to be done because we cull the ranks of the disabled in our society. That, too, is part of Obamacare, another hidden message as to what President Obama thinks of those who are less able than the elites who want to govern our country."
The masses clapped and cheered like fervent lemmings.
Encouraged, Santorum took a deep breath and dove back in...
"The president has reached a new low in this country's history of oppressing religious freedom that we have never seen before. ...If he doesn't want to call his imposition of his values a theology, that's fine, but it is an imposition of his values over a church who has very clear theological reasons for opposing what the Obama administration is forcing on them."
also suggested President Obama subscribed to a "phony theology ... not a
theology based on the Bible," and that the President has elevated "the Earth
above Man" in his efforts to protect the environment. Amen.
Oh sure, it's much better to elevate the CORPORATE polluters above EVERYTHING so that man has no clean air to breathe or safe water to drink. Is that in the Bible somewhere? Beautiful are the corporate raiders for they shall inherit all the natural resources?
So if elected, Santorum's entire Presidential effort will be focused on abolishing ...
environmental regulations, abortion, pre-natal care, public education, scientific
development, and will enforce man-dated Christian theology on the citizenry.
Welcome to the new Inquisition.
Is there a rational Republican out there that actually believes this kook is
capable of governing the nation?