Rick Santorum Lives under The Old Testament While We Live under the New Testament


Rick Santorum, untimely and wrong for President


goodolewoody:

Ricks mouth is only slumbering…on this issue. Beware!

Originally posted on CAFFEINATED POLITICS:

Let us hear the exact words from the one who wishes to become our National Minister as he preaches about sex and contraceptives.

One of the things I will talk about that no president has talked about before is I think the dangers of contraception in this country, the whole sexual libertine idea… It’s not okay because it’s a license to do things in the sexual realm that is counter to how things are supposed to be. They’re supposed to be within marriage, for purposes that are, yes, conjugal… but also procreative.

It is utterly preposterous to read and hear these words from Rick Santorum.  It should rub your nerves raw, and grate against every sensibility you have to know a presidential candidate thinks he should have any say at all into the most private aspects of the citizenry.

The Atlantic, in one short paragraph, sums up the national response…

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By JENNIFER HABERKORN and JOANNE KENEN | 3/26/12 3:31 PM EDT

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The Supreme Court won’t announce the outcome of Monday’s oral arguments for months, but the writing is already on the wall — or at least in the questions that the justices asked.

Again and again, the justices pressed the lawyers on whether the Anti-Injunction Act prohibits the court from weighing in on the individual mandate before it takes effect in 2014.

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The clear import of the questions? The court feels free to act now.

How the court will act is a question for another day — Tuesday, to be exact.

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