Why Wasn’t Santorum Man Enough to Go on TV and Apologize to Women for His Primary Role in the “War on Women”? 2

For awhile, Rick Santorum lectured us on what the nuns taught him….gave him his personal view of things. IMHO, Rick is totally Catholic where it is easy for him to  lie to us and then go to Confession and get his sins excused.  Rick wants us to stop asking questions about what he said on contraception, sex, birth control, “the sexual realm (whatever that means) and gay rights.  IMHO it is reasonable to believe that Rick Santorum may have reminded his lawyer wife about the Bible‘s role of a wife and made her submit to his request to go on CNN and try to save his ass.  It is just possible, I say  As it is now, he is free to reverse what his wife said, should his fantasy of becoming President occurs.

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Rick Santorum (Photo credit: Gage Skidmore)

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  1. I recommend that you read Ephesians in its entirety so that you understand its teaching (in context) regarding the role of husbands and wives in relation to one another. The Biblical teaching is not sexist, nor does it require “submission” in the manner that you infer. Advocates of the contraceptive mandate are the ones engaged in a “War on Women.” The birth control pill is a Type I carcinogen — to advocate for the contraceptive mandate and simultaneously call yourself pro-woman is illogical.

  2. This guy scares me. Glad he didn’t win in Illinois yesterday. I’d like to see his momentum crash a bit, because every time he surges, it reminds me how many people out there like him and think like he does. *shudder*

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