Dear Spineless Cowards: STFU About Santorum’s Religion-based Comments
I'm going to move on from this issue, as I'm tired of people whining about various religion-based comments Santorum has made over time. What is wrong with you people? Are you incapable of understanding what he is actually saying, or simply clueless that the promiscuity and deterioration in certain values America now lives with due to the sexual revolution have had profoundly negative consequences on our society in some ways?
It's an acknowledged fact, one Santorum has also clearly stated he does not believe one can reverse through legislation, executive action, or something governmental in nature. There is no there there to all this nonsense, except for the sheepish way some of you are bowing to pressure from a liberal media intent on making a big deal of it.
If that isn't enough for you, the current occupant of the White House worshipped at the church of Reverend Wright for one, or two decades. But, hey, no problem with that – it's personal because it's his religion, or whatever. Yet, you want to tell me Santorum's devout Catholicism makes him unsuitable for the presidency? What kind of gutless wonders are you people, anyway? You call yourself conservative fighters but lack the intelligence, or can't muster the courage to push back against silly bullshit like this from the liberal media? Then, go away. I'm tired of hearing and reading your clueless whining.
So, STFU about it, or at least be sure to keep it out of my face. Because, all I'm going to do going forward is call you spineless, or clueless, and tell you to kiss my ass.
SANTORUM: Well, good. I — you know, just look at my record. I mean, I have been criticized by — by — I think it was Governor Romney or maybe it was Congressman Paul's campaign for voting for contraception, that I voted for funding for it, which is — I think it's — I think it's Title 10, which is — which I have voted for in the past, that provides for free contraception through organizations, even like Planned Parenthood.
And so, you know, it's funny that on the conservative side, I'm getting ripped for having voted for this. And now all of a sudden, the left is trying to make me out that somehow I — you know, I want to stop women, or men for that matter, from getting — you know, doing things and taking things for contraception.
That — look, I have my own views on these things. They're deeply held beliefs. But not everything that I think is — that I disagree with morally should the government be involved in. Only when there is — there are — there are real consequences to society or to the — or to the rights of individuals do I — do I feel a need to speak out. And that's why I do on the issue of abortion because we have another — we have another person involved in the decision.
But the issue of contraception, that's not the case. It's something that people have a right to do in this country. And it certainly will be safe to do so under the Santorum presidency.