This guy needs to get knocked out of the election as soon as humanly possible. He's getting booed out of every town hall meeting he goes to, he's attacking and damaging the electable Republicans (Gingrich & Romney) and he's turning undecided voters against the GOP because he's giving us ALL a bad name just for being in the same party as him.
Here's the first thing that mainstream voters cannot accept about Santorum-
He feels that there should never be an exception to abortion laws. He openly states that he feels that rape victims do not deserve the choice to abort a rape baby. (This is a position that Romney & Gingrich do not agree with of course).
The second thing that makes him completely and utterly unelectable is his stance on relations between married couples. The American people can agree or agree to disagree with his stance on gay marriage, that's fine and not a career killer. But he takes it way, way, WAY too far-
He has recently gone on the record saying that he believes that certain consensual sexual acts taking place between married adults (a man and a woman) in the privacy of their own bedrooms SHOULD BE OUTLAWED.
This loser of a man has gone for so many years without getting his Edited. Keep it clean please that he wants to make it ILLEGAL for the rest of us?
My first reaction is to laugh at him for being such a pathetic little ****, but this is an election year and he's still in the election. Again, honest hardworking Americans can debate his stance on homosexuality, but he's moved WAY past that and won't be satisfied until "missionary" is the only thing allowed in our own marriages. It's pretty clear that he's never read the song of songs...
In case any of you are taken aback by his desire to grow the government to the point where it gets involved in your bedrooms, read this article:
Article on Santorum
One of the more pertinent quotes from the article:
"If the Supreme Court says that you have the right to consensual sex within your home, then you have the right to bigamy, you have the right to polygamy, you have the right to incest, you have the right to adultery. You have the right to anything. Does that undermine the fabric of our society? I would argue, yes, it does," he said, referring to a Supreme Court case, Lawrence v. Texas, that struck down a sodomy law in the Lone Star state. "This right to privacy that doesn't exist in my opinion in the United States Constitution."
How can people fool themselves into thinking that he could be electable?