Santorum: Satan Has His Sights Set on United States of America

It’s Rick’s turn…
Drudge headline points to Santorum speech at Ave Maria University.

MRCTV has the audio.

SANTORUM’S SATAN WARNING
Tue Feb 21 2012 09:27:20 ET

“Satan has his sights on the United States of America!” Republican presidential hopeful Rick Santorum has declared.

“Satan is attacking the great institutions of America, using those great vices of pride, vanity, and sensuality as the root to attack all of the strong plants that has so deeply rooted in the American tradition.”

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The former senator from Pennsylvania warned in 2008 how politics and government are falling to Satan.

“This is a spiritual war. And the Father of Lies has his sights on what you would think the Father of Lies would have his sights on: a good, decent, powerful, influential country – the United States of America. If you were Satan, who would you attack in this day and age?”

“He attacks all of us and he attacks all of our institutions.”

Santorum made the provocative comments to students at Ave Maria University in Florida.

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The White House contender described how Satan is even taking hold of some religions.

“We look at the shape of mainline Protestantism in this country and it is in shambles, it is gone from the world of Christianity as I see it.”

Maybe Brit was right?

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  • Male Silverback

    Hey, they guy speaks his mind and I don’t mind that at all. Finally someone who says what he believes and possibly believes what he says.

  • Bronson

    I’ll be voting for a christian over a marxist

    None of this smoke and mirrors/character assassination matters

    Obama needs to be defeated. Period.

  • Dittogirl

    He’s right..this nation is headed for hell in a handbasket..and Satan is parking his fiery a$$ in the WH.

    Go Santorum!

  • ahem

    Truth hurts.

  • Marco

    The war is against the subversion of society not only the U.S. but around the world

    Yuri Bezmenov, a.k.a. Tomas Schuman, soviet KGB defector, explains in detail his scheme for the KGB process of subversion and takeover of target societies at a lecture in Los Angeles, 1983

    Empty the mind and watch!

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?list=PL825D49F3AC3F68C1&feature=player_embedded&v=cj0Id3BLFco

  • Average American

    Drudge is nothing more than a tool for the Romney crowd.

    I hope Santorum kicks Mitt’s butt!!!!

    I’m sick of the mudslinging….

  • PhilipJames

    Well, there is a danger of taking this too far. If the fight is going to move from economic issues to religion, do you really think that is the winning theme?
    Personally, I do not like this hard line religious talk as it reduces the audience that is receptive to it. How do you get the independents who are not overly religious to vote for you if the main theme is religion.
    I think this is a losing idea.

  • rabble-rouser

    He’s absolutely correct.

  • Average American

    Oh, and Jim,

    Brit’s a blowhard establishment Republican!

  • MN Jim

    I really wish the Republican candidates would get back on track and talk about jobs, the economy, the lack of a budget, the Harry Reid deadlock in Congress, and the wars. They have gotten so far off track that obama and his evil minions have got to be grinning fron ear-to-ear.

  • Hunter Riley

    He’s right, though this path he’s choosing to take will not lead to the White House.

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  • wanumba

    Saul Alinsky dedicated his nasty little book … to whom?

  • Nanna

    I am not a catholic, but in Rick’s defence, he was speaking at a catholic school. So to speak religiously, was only natural.
    I don’t think he is going to stick to a religious theme, he just says what is right and wrong, from energy to taxes, to Iran.

  • Bill Mitchell

    You know Mitt could save a lot of money on the negative ads.

    One by one every surging opponents uses the bully pulpit of their newfound fame to self-immolate.

  • Redwine

    Santorum is absolutely correct. Newt just characterized our struggle against Dear Leader Barry as a necessary defeat of a national security threat. But it’s much more than that, it’s a struggle to restore the American spirit, and with it, our G-d-given rights in an exceptional constitutional republic. The need to fight this thoroughly evil, destructive regime is starting to galvanize voters. The repudiation of the Islamo-Marxist would-be dictator and his vile accomplices, enforcers, fellow travelers and sycophants is spreading.

  • jimg

    How do you get the independents who are not overly religious to vote for you if the main theme is religion.

    Heck, how do you get the conservatives – like me – who aren’t overly religious to vote for this guy?

    This kind of crap is exactly what the Democrats want him to say. It makes him look like a zealot.

    This election should NOT be about religion, social issues or anything of the sort. If it is, we lose. Big.

    I can’t stand Romney. But this guy is even worse.

  • Bill Mitchell

    Someone needs to remind Santorum he isn’t running for Pastor.

    No wonder Glenn Beck likes Santorum so much.

  • Diamond Girl

    Santorum Hit the Nail on the Head!

    …Deal with it!

  • Blacque Jacques Shellacque

    Well, there is a danger of taking this too far.

    And the way this is going to happen is via the Mainly Leftist Media. The sooner Santorum understands this and reacts accordingly, the less damage he’ll do to his campaign.

  • marie

    Santorum is correct. God will not be mocked.

  • Mad Hatter

    Jim,

    Please tell me where Santorum is wrong.

  • Zim

    I guess we should see a little of Rev. Wright to be fair

  • Highlander

    PhillipJames – The MEDIA is making this election about religion, for the very reason that you state … because it will drive independents toward Obama. They are busy dredging up every religious comment the guy makes and plastering them all over the airwaves hoping to scare the hell out of everyone. Rick Santorum may be a religious man, and his principles would certainly guide him in his decision making as President, but to paint a picture of him as some sort of religious zealot who intends to run roughshod over the people of this country is ridiculous. It’s nothing but campaign smear tactics, and it appears to be working. I’d suggest ignoring coverage of things like this, and encouraging others to do the same. Thanks to the checks and balances provided by our Constitution, Presidents who don’t choose to usurp the law have very little power to impose their religious beliefs against the will of the people in this country. Santorum, unlike Obama, will respect the Constitution.

  • Mona

    #5 Marco, thanks for the link to Bezmenov/Schuman. This should be posted weekly and required reading for anyone on line – even the leftist bozos who have no clue how they are being duped and used – or maybe they do and don’t care?

  • bg

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    OT..

    Truther Toast

    he’s only in it to take the OWS vote away from the reps,
    ergo, deliver more to his same foreign policy pal Obama..

    ==

  • decentAmerican

    Hate to say it, but Brit and Donald Trump are right….I may agree with Santorum, YOU may agree with Santorum, heck…most conservatives may agree with santorum, but face it, we go to get the support of the Independents, and while they may be Christian, they are not part of the brimstone and treacle crowd.

    You will come to realize that there is only one way, and it is a brokered convention:

    PALIN/RUBIO 2012.

    There is no other way.

  • texas

    Ruh roh Santorum is getting targeted, he must be perceived as a threat.

    Go Santorum! You opened up Pandora’s Box on the Religious Freedom issue in America. Why don’t we just settle this here and now. It’s time.

    If you look at the big picture, this is about another chunk of Freedom the Obama Admin. (with MSM help) is trying to take away from us. In the end, he won’t win.

  • NH Conservativeca

    No, Brit Hume isn’t right. Hume and other Republican establishment types are petrified as they see their anointed one crumble before their eyes. Hume should read Jeff Bells new book when it comes out. “The Case for Polarized Politics” where he shows that social conservatism is a winner and he demonstrates it from Republican victories since 1968. Even Rich Lowry today is touting Rich Santorum after spending months trashing everyone but ROMNEY!!

  • Ma

    We are looking at another 4 years with the empty Marxist suite who “tranform” or rather destroy what we all cherish as Americans. Is anyone advising Ricky? Apparently not but he should be talking 24/7 about the crappy ecoconmy and jobs and putting that on the demos doorstep. Instead he is being played. Rick I’m available I’ll give you sane political advice for free. Remember even independents and so called moderates want a ABO candidate.

  • http://www.rssronaldreagan.blogspot.com RSS Ronald Reagan

    No doubt the media will be all over Santorum and will attempt to depict him as a theocrat; But they’re going to be all over whoever the GOP nominates. Furthermore, while Santorum puts his faith more front and center than I would, the fact of the matter is that a lot of his base feels the same way. If this is what the man believes, why shouldn’t he feel free to express his opinion and allow the country to take it for what it’s worth. President Obama doesn’t seem to feel any qualms about preaching Marxism and how Jesus would support his economic policies.

  • J

    I hate to ask, what’s the problem with his words? Too radical? Really?

    So let’s Bambi can talk all the commie radicalism he wants during the election, presidency and so on and still win? But a conservative can not talk about what’s obvious to every Christian?

    Do you know why left is winning in this country? Because the right is afraid and ashamed of its own views. Too conservative, too radical. And God forbid, too Christian! Because left might get offended? Because media prostitutes will get offended? Because your “moderate” or libbie pals think you are “narrow minded”?

    No this is not an endrorsement of Santorum, nor Romney, nor Newt, nor Paul. All of them have flaws, all of them have some valid points (some fewer than others) .

    You are censoring yourselves. You are your own wardeners of the prisons you yourselves have built. The left only handed you the blueprints of the prisons, but you built them. You are the slaves by choice. You are ashamed of what is good and proper. Perphaps you deserve chains.

  • kozanne

    You don’t have to be ‘religious’ to recognize that something has gone horribly wrong in this nation as well as the world. You don’t have to be religious to understand that there is good and there is evil; just turn on the television if you’re not sure.

    Rick Santorum says what he believes; that alone puts him apart from the rest of the talkers and promisers that guarantee everything will be wonderful if you only elect them.

    If a person does not say what they believe in the public forum, how can you trust them in the political arena with as much at stake as there is today?

  • Nelle

    It’s ok to vote for a candidate who pretends to be Christian and warps Bible verses to justify liberal policies, but no actual Christians please!! Those are the ones who built the first universities, hospitals, and charitable organizations. They introduced bizarro ideas like just war, natural rights, religious tolerance, and the separation of church and state. Of course, the separation is supposed to mean that the state treats religion as a positive influence in society and doesn’t interfere with theology, and the church offers moral guidance but doesn’t get to take the levers of power. This country came a long way with a religious, moral people in the majority. It doesn’t look like it will get any farther, if the majority will choose secularism.

  • bg

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    #27 February 21, 2012 at 12:46 pm
    decentAmerican

    Rubio is a Romney guy..

    not to mention ineligible to fill the presidents
    seat should, God forbid, something happen..

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  • Joanne

    What Santorum states about Satan is absolutely true. Satan knows his time is short, and he is very busy in these last days.

    “We look at the shape of mainline Protestantism in this country and it is in shambles, it is gone from the world of Christianity as I see it.”

    Yah, this is true, but what about the Catholic Church and its cult leader the Pope and its worship of Mary as the Queen of Heaven. Believe the Word of God, there will be little faith left at the time of the return of Christ.

    The U.S. has either a mormon or either of two Catholics to choose for a President of the United States. As I see it, there can be no good in any of these selections. Let’s remember the Beast sits on the seven hills of Rome, the home of the Roman Catholic Church, which is set to swallow up all Protestant Churches.

    And no, I am not a anti-Catholic, but pro Truth and and pro the Word of God.

  • crp79

    He was speaking about the spiritual battle that this country is facing; as the bible tells us in-

    Ephesians 6-12:

    For our struggle is not against flesh and blood, but against the rulers, against the authorities, against the powers of this dark world and against the spiritual forces of evil in the heavenly realms

  • democraps suck

    a true republican christian….or a POS mooslum marxist satan….choice is yours..I know where my bread is buttered…good bye for good kenyan fraud….you are toast come November then who will pay for cows vacations?????

  • More Liberty

    (sigh) Is this guy serious? Him and his sweater vest need to go back to talk radio.

  • bg

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    kozanne #33 February 21, 2012 at 12:47 pm

    albeit i’m a Gingrich supporter (and he has been speaking out for quite
    some time now, as a matter of fact, before he even entered the race)..

    there is a God, and we are the people, Amen..

    KEEP IT COMING SANTORUM!!

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  • More Liberty

    #1 said:
    “Hey, they guy speaks his mind and I don’t mind that at all. Finally someone who says what he believes and possibly believes what he says.”

    LOL…hahahahaha…ya sure dude. And I guess voting five times to raise the debt ceiling is a very conservative idea.

  • bg

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    SLUDGE rhymes with DRUDGE, hm, hmm, hmmm..

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  • retire05

    “Of all the dispositions and habits which lead to political prosperity, religion and morality are indispensable supports.. In vain would that man claim the tribute of patriotism, who should labor to subvert these great pillars of human happiness, these firmest props of the duties of men and citizens.

    Let it be simply asked, where is the security for property, for reputation, for life, if the sense of religious obligation desert the oaths which are the instruments of investigation in courts of justice? And let us with caution indulge the supposition that morality can be maintained without religion. Whatever may be coceded to the influence of refined education… reason and experience both forbid us to txpect that national morality can prevail in exclusion of religious principal.”

    George Washington (from his Farewell Address)

    Any questions?

  • More Liberty

    “Do not judge, and you will not be judged. Do not condemn, and you will not be condemned. Forgive, and you will be forgiven.”

    Santorum is no Christian.

  • WillofLa

    At least Santorum had the spiritual quality to stand behind a podeum with a cross on it. The first speech Obama gave after becoming President at that university, he had the cross on that podeum covered up. This proves Obama is not a Christian because he was afraid some may take it wrong, and Obama didn’t want to be associated with that symbol of Christianity. Why? Did it bother him? Yeah, I guess it would bother a Marxist, who is slowly but surely converting America into a Communist state…completely. Christian are the Alinsky target see. Anyone who is a White Christian conservative are also the targets that are pointed out by Obama to be something he doesn’t want to part of and doesnt’ want anyone to think that he was being religious, he want’s people to think about him in a secular way. Yeah, that what Alinsky taught him and that was to not associate yourself with images of your enemy.

  • 99RedBallons

    It’s Jim Hofts turn to expose how he passes on the GOP establishment party lines.

  • retire05

    #36, your claim to not be anti-Catholic is belied by your own words. The Pope is a “cult” leader? Really? You are not pro-truth, you are a religious bigot, and frankly not worth any more comment from rational people.

  • http://countercultureconservative.wordpress.com/ Jesusland

    Sounds about right.

  • bg
  • More Liberty

    @ #46
    Good point. Jim Hoft is no doubt an establishment pundit. At CPAC he was all over Senator McConnel who voted for an pushed the NDAA, as well as for raising the debt ceiling. He should have been trying to hold him accountable for his anti-conservative policies as opposed to trying to get a picture with the guy. Jim Hoft really showed his true colors.

  • bg

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    #44 February 21, 2012 at 12:58 pm
    More Liberty

    ROTF 😆 MBO!!

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  • Scott M

    Santorum is as bad as those on the left that would argue over the color of paint we need for the living room when the house is quite obviously burning down.

  • More Liberty

    LOL…good one BG, way to tow the Obama/Bush line. If the debt ceiling isn’t raised we don’t default. We only default if we don’t pay the interest rate on our ever growing $15+ trillion debt. The government would be forced to live within its means like most Americans do everyday.

  • Blacque Jacques Shellacque

    Ruh roh Santorum is getting targeted, he must be perceived as a threat.

    No doubt. It’s Romney they’d rather face, because he’s the one that they feel is the most beatable, and with good reason.

    And the best way to make that matchup come about is to inflict damage on the other candidates via the Democrat propaganda machine, the Mainly Leftist Media.

  • retire05

    #50, More Liberty, please, show us where you have done as much to advance the conservative principals on which this nation was build as Jim Hoft has through his blog which he pays for.

    Or do you just come here to bash those that actually walk the walk while all you do is talk the talk?

  • bg

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    More Liberty #50 February 21, 2012 at 1:04 pm

    whew, THANK GOD he’s not running for
    president, and only runs a BLOG huh??

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  • BlackBush

    Santorum is Satan. Hahahaha!!! Crazy RHINO cant win anyway. Libs in the media are already having a ball with him.

  • kozanne

    bg#40, I like Newt, too.

    But most of all, I just want someone with some GUTS to lead this nation back out of the dark place we’re in. I just want someone who is willing to stand up and tell it like it is, make no apologies for this great nation, and show us the way home.

    Just some GUTS to take it to that supplanter in the WH and get him GONE.

  • More Liberty

    “Advance conservative principles?” It depends on what you call “conservative.” Many on this blog seem to think that raising the debt ceiling is advancing conservatives principles, or they just don’t give a rats ass about actual policy.

    Some on this site seem to think that giving O-Bomb-a (the executive branch) the ability to indefinitely detain US citizens on US soil without due process – that’s the 5th Amendment to the US Constitution – is a “conservative” principle. I don’t know abut you, but I agree with the Declaration of Independence in that these rights are given to us my our creator – not the government. So when a powerful politician, such as either Obama or McConnel votes against our Bill of Rights I sure as hell wouldn’t buddy up to them and try to get a picture.

  • Sparky

    I am gobsmacked!

    Santorum MUST represent ALL Americans, not just radical Catholics stuck in the 19th century.

    Republicans are faced with the worst President in history and this lunatic is the one you people are supporting!

    Santorum sounds like a Mullah preaching in a Madrassa because Muslims frame the world in this very same way.

    Muslims believe that it is them against Satan, just like Santorum is preaching here.

    Santorum’s speech implies that anyone who opposes him and his views is an instrument of Satan!

    The man has lost ALL his marbles and I hope this speech marks the death knell of his campaign!

    If there is a Satan, he is smiling from horn to horn! God help America!

  • nana

    GO Rick!

  • Sparky

    I am Catholic, and with this speech, Santorum is now out there with Jerry Falwell!

  • More Liberty

    Retire 05 said:
    “Or do you just come here to bash those that actually walk the walk while all you do is talk the talk?”

    ’em…who is walking the walk? Santorum and his five votes to put into more and more debt? Or how about his entitlement vote for prescription drugs? Or how about his vote against the right to work?

    I know many partisans hate when individuals don’t goose-step to the various boxes but the reality is those two establishment parties have wrecked this country.

  • Redwine

    A good read on this with some excellent advice to Santorum: Sex, Lies and Rick Santorum: http://online.wsj.com/article/main_street.html

    Rush referenced this extensively on his show today.

  • bg

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    More Liberty #53 February 21, 2012 at 1:07 pm

    Obama/Bush..

    [As President Obama prepares to raise the debt ceiling — after the
    Senate waived its opposition last week — $5 trillion hikes evidently
    are no longer “unpatriotic” as Obama said they were in 2008 while
    describing former President George W. Bush’s $4 trillion increase
    over eight years.

    he White House requested authority earlier this month to raise the
    debt ceiling to $16.4 trillion, up $1.2 trillion from last summer and
    more than $5 trillion from the statutory limit of $11.3 trillion set in
    October 2008 before Obama took office. The debt at the time
    Obama entered the White House was $10.6 trillion. The ceiling
    was raised to $12.1 trillion within a month of his inauguration
    .]

    btw, it’s better than towing the Obama/Paul (never didn’t get pork
    money i didn’t sign for
    ) foreign policy line, heck, who needs money
    when American heads will literally be on the chopping block..

    ==

  • Redwine

    I’m not a Catholic – heck, I’m not even a Christian – and I support Santorum’s view.

  • wanumba

    #44 February 21, 2012 at 12:58 pm
    More Liberty commented:

    “Do not judge, and you will not be judged. Do not condemn, and you will not be condemned. Forgive, and you will be forgiven.”

    Santorum is no Christian.
    ::::::::::::::::::

    Oh, Yah.
    You can’t even tell the difference between the judgment of God regarding whether a soul deserves eternal salvation or eternal condemnation, and the normal judgment of necessary discernment as to what a person has to deal with day to day. We can judge a man is a thief based on his behavior and be completely correct in refusing to hire him.

    Like how should we judge your truthfulness and your alterior motives, based on the track record of your performance here and uncritically accept your habit of ridiculous and nasty proclamations about Gingrich, Santorum or Palin ?

    You seem to have omitted this commandment up there: Thou shalt not lie.

  • Taqiyyotomist

    “The greatest trick the devil ever pulled was convincing the world he doesn’t exist.”

    — Roger “Verbal” Kint, The Usual Suspects

  • MaryW

    #32 – J

    “You are ashamed of what is good and proper.” Bullseye!!

    Great post, J!

  • exsanguine

    You friggin clowns flecking spittle at the screen saying, “what is he thinking! get back to economics! blah blah blah.”

    Umm, this speech you are having a coniption fit over is from 2008.

    2008

    phuck you people are tiresome.

  • J

    #67 @ wanumba
    +++++

  • bg

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    More Liberty #63 February 21, 2012 at 1:21 pm

    re: [those two establishment parties have wrecked this country.]

    i agree, that is why the need to bring Gingrich
    back is more of a necessity than anything else..

    Levin re: Gingrich

    scroll_ for_ more_

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  • More Liberty

    @ 65 BG,

    If you are under the impression that I think O-bomb-a’$ virtually criminal debt/deficit spending is good you are obviously not paying attention. It’s horrible, but so was Bush’s spending and event the small amount of increase under Bubba. This is what I’m talking about – these two establishment parties and their cheerleading cronies have bankrupted us. Get your head outside the left/right box and think like an individual – like an American.

    And I don’t care what Obama says, he’s no non-interventionist. He’s another warmonger/chicken hawk like most of them. If you think that American heads aren’t on the chopping block right now then maybe you should go look at this link my friend.

    http://www.defense.gov/releases/

    You can peruse the list of fallen at your leisure. I’m no peace-nik anti-war hippie. I’m a former marine with three tours in Iraq. I voted for Bush twice, and was a neocon believer. But as time went on I realized that Americans dying to build schools in iraq or Afghanistan isn’t worth it. Not one American life for them. Go in, kill those that facilitated 9/11, and leave. Your ignorance of Ron Paul betrays you as well. He voted in favor of the use of force against the Taliban and terrorist inthe House vote on Sept 14, 2001. Why are Americans defending the border of South Korea/North Korea why our border is wide open? Why waste money we don’t have.

  • Bad Actor

    Too bad we are prohibited from digging up some of Obama’s socialist comments from years ago – oh, I forget, he’s not a conservative – nevermind.

  • bg

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    kozanne #58 February 21, 2012 at 1:13 pm

    Gingrich has been speaking out with nothing but GUTS for quite some
    time now.. is it because he doesn’t have evangelicals backing no one
    hears him or what?? :-(

    ==

  • bg

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    More Liberty #73 February 21, 2012 at 1:37 pm

    like i said..

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  • More Liberty

    #67 said:
    “You seem to have omitted this commandment up there: Thou shalt not lie.”

    What am I lying about? I believe in the US Constitution, and individual liberty. If Obama, Palin, Ron Paul, Sontorum, your mom, or whoever supports individual liberty than I support them. When they are counter to individual liberty then I have no patience. This is called having principle.

  • J

    Amusing to see a sockpuppet troll patting himself on the back :) Consesus baby!

  • More Liberty

    I’ll tell you what’s not amusing, $15 trillion in debt – and growing.

  • Redwine

    Remember this:
    Alinsky’s Rule for Radicals, the subject of Shrillary’s thesis and the topic taught by Comrade Barry at the Univ. of Chicago during his stint as an instructor of the only thing he knows, community agitation. Alinsky’s dedication:
    “Lest we forget at least an over-the-shoulder acknowledgment to the very first radical: from all our legends, mythology, and history… the first radical known to man who rebelled against the establishment and did it so effectively that he at least won his own kingdom — Lucifer.”

  • bg

    ++

    Maybe Brit was right?

    hell yes if you’re an IslaMarxist..

    hell no if you’re a Conservative..

    ==

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  • aprilnovember811

    Satan’s in the White House and Congress.

  • Right Wing Conservative

    Rick’s right. Why are people so afraid to say this? Lets not mix politics and church you say. I say why not, if we push God out what chance do we have in an atheist country. I say it’s time we backed our faith and stood, not behind, but with our candidates who are brave enough to speak the truth. God is with us when we speak the truth, you all feel his presence when you do. So yes, Rick’s right, this country is going to Hell in a handbasket and the reason is because everyone is afraid to speak about our creator for fear of being called a Bible thumper. Well who are the one’s calling us Bible thumpers? Are they anyone to listen to or even care about their opinion of us? NO!!!!!!!!!!!! If being a Bible thumper means I believe in the one and only true creator of this world and universe and every living thing on this planet from the smallest micronysim to the tallest tree, everything was created by God our Father in Heaven, then yes I am a Bible thumper and I will wear it proudly. Think about that, think about everything God’s done for us when you are afraid to put him first in your lives and then go and tell the next politician they should put God on a back burner.

  • J

    the non denial denial lol, but the confession is unnecessary. It’s obvious.

  • Bad Actor

    #83 AprilNovember: Satan’s in the White House and Congress.

    Exactly.

  • aprilnovember811

    #57,
    You’re delusional if you think this Muslim impostor in the White House will win an election again in this country. People are on to his lies. We don’t even know where he was born. We have yet to see Mr. Brilliants college grades, is it because he’s registered as a foreign student, or failed because of his drug use.

    He is going to face a humiliating defeat, unlike anything you’ve ever seen before. We want a real American President, not a fake one with a Muslim name, like Hussein. By the way, when is he going to address his hostage situation in Egypt, or is he hoping no one will find out?

    Obama’s Hostage Crisis 2012
    http://americac2c.com/profiles/blogs/obama-s-hostage-crisis-2012

  • Bad Actor

    #83 AprilNovember: Satan’s in the White House and Congress…..

    I forgot to mention Pelosi – you know she is in league with the Devil, just look at her.

    And Harry Reid — well, don’t get me started. Let’s just say he’s demonic.

  • Fuquay Steve

    Oh Jim – I can hardly wait til tomorrow – I’m giving up responding to ant-Catholic threads written by ….oh, I better not say… Adios (‘go with God’- unbelievably banned in Mexico by statists in the 1930’s and not that far from where we are now – look it up).

  • bg

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    Redwine #80 February 21, 2012 at 1:50 pm

    don’t forget his Mama, Papa, the Grandfolks, and family friend Frank
    Marshall Davis (Frank in Dreams From My Father) just to mention a
    few others aside from the revolutionary fringe cultists he sought out
    so as not to appear as being a ‘sellout’.. iow: a ‘patriotic American’..

    not to mention Black Panther founder, Saudi
    lawyer, and Obama fundraiser al Mansour:

    “unless the white masses really understand, and the
    black masses really understand, there’s gonna be the
    largest bloodbath in America”

    ==

  • Dittogirl

    #84..
    That is exactly correct! That is what the left wants us to do, put our Lord and Savior on the back burner, and shut up. Like RUsh said today…NOT THIS TIME!

    We will not let the Republican elites choose our “moderate candidate” and lose like McCain and Dole..yep Rush…NOT THIS TIME!

    Its time to rise up and say no to all of these freaks that think Christians are the enemy, that Muslims are our “friends” and that wearing a tiny little cross is evil, let alone speaking the Word. We’re sick of it!

    The American people, the majority, are believers! This wont offend them in any way! Stay the course Rick..we the people are all saying to the Romney supporter elites…NOT THIS TIME!

  • Blacque Jacques Shellacque

    “what is he thinking! get back to economics! blah blah blah.”

    The problem that currently afflicts the U.S. is not religious, it’s economic.

  • http://www.themadjewess.wordpress.com MJ

    ‘BOUT DAMNED TIME that someone is telling the TRUTH.

  • Tim

    What?! A Catholic knocking Protestantism in a Catholic university while talking to Catholic students?! But I thought Catholics and Protestants got along! This shatters my world! Now if you don’t mind, I’m going to crawl into a dark hole in Northern Ireland and write 95 theses.

    Now Drudge, if this speech was given on the Senate floor, I could understand the outrage. But it wasn’t, and Rick is going to win Michigan…and many more.

  • Hopeful

    Marco, #5

    Thank you for the url for the talk by Yuri Bezmenov on subversion. Eye opening, but makes your heart cry because the process is already so far advanced.

    This is an url to an internet publishing of Bezmenov’s book *Love Letter to America*, now out of print.

    Someone should reprint this book.

  • http://none tommy mc donnell

    this is a speech in 2008 made at a catholic university where i would think he was suppose to speak on a religious theme. did mitt ever give a religious themed talk at a morman university? is it that all rick ever talks about is religion or is it the only thing the press reports about? if they had to go all the way back to 2008 i would think that’s the case.

  • Hopeful

    Oops, forgot url

    ‘http://uselessdissident.blogspot.com/2008/12/love-letter-to-america-part-one.html

  • bg

    ++

    DON’T MIX CREED & POLITICS!!

    DON’T MIX COLOR & POLITICS!!

    Truth of Slavery, scroll down for much more..

    runaway slave,

    runaway from B Hussein O..

    ==

  • clint

    GO RICK !!!! I will never again vote for a RINO !!!

  • JenBee

    #60, Sparky, right on. Whether or not I agree with what he said is immaterial… what matters here is how crazy he sounds saying it. Replace ‘God’ and ‘Jesus’ with ‘Allah’, replace ‘Christian’ with ‘Muslim’, and you got the crazy leader of every Islamic country on earth. It’s insanity, and there is absolutely no way he’ll beat Obama with the media making this screaming front page headlines every.single.day until November.

  • Carlos

    #60 and 62- Sparky:

    I’m with you, pal. This guy is too “out there”. Frankly, to me, he does not come across as intelligent, polished, or ready for “prime time”. This is the best we can scrape up to beat hussein? I think not.
    Another thing, Rick, lose the sweater vest. It is not endearing, porkboy, it’s just a stupid, stale gimmick.

  • bg

    ++

    JenBee #100 February 21, 2012 at 2:46 pm

    oh yeah, they are exactly alike, and always have been,. :roll:

    ==

  • JenBee

    bg, I don’t want my President sounding like a fire-brand preacher. It reminds me way too much of all those Islamic regimes that rule and control (and brainwash) with religion. I’m a staunch conservative, I’m a Catholic, but I don’t want religion mixing with my politics. Period.

  • bg

    ++

    JenBee #100 February 21, 2012 at 2:46 pm

    FIRE BRAND, really??

    WHAT PLANET ARE YOU LIVING ON??

    ==

  • bg

    ++

    JenBee #103 February 21, 2012 at 3:12 pm

    i for one am sick of B Hissein O, the RICH, half WHITE, and albeit
    unproved, self declared CHRISTIAN, elitist, attacking Whites and
    Christians with impunity, not to mention his racist/ class warfare
    “dialogue”.. gah!!

    clean your ears out, B Husseon O is at war
    with US, namely, our God given FREEDOM..

    ==

  • bg

    ++

    btw, Santorum is NOT a ONE ISSUE
    candidate, try doing some research..

    ==

  • Ripped

    Just a couple of years ago, the Republican Party was wandering in the wilderness.

    Rick Santorum was a prime culprit. And nominating him as our GOP nominee will only lead to CRUSHING defeat this November.

    Why?

    During his time in the Senate, Santorum voted to:
    *** Give millions of taxpayer dollars to Planned Parenthood;

    *** Raise the debt ceiling five times;

    *** DOUBLE the size of the Department of Education through the budget-busting and unconstitutional “No Child Left Behind” bill;

    *** Start a brand new, unfunded entitlement, Medicare Part D, the largest expansion of entitlement spending since President Lyndon Johnson – creating $16 TRILLION in unfunded liabilities;

    *** Stand with senators like Barbara Boxer and Frank Lautenberg to pass massive new federal gun control schemes and regulations;

    *** Keep workers under Big Labor’s thumb by voting against a National Right to Work law;

    *** Send $25 million in taxpayer dollars to North Korea;

    *** Pass Sarbanes-Oxley, which imposed dramatic new job-killing accounting regulations on businesses.
    And these are only just SOME of the Big Government positions Santorum took in the Senate.

    Sure, Rick Santorum has seen a bump in the polls recently. But that’s only because it’s clear voters are rejecting Mitt Romney and Newt Gingrich’s counterfeit “conservatism.”

    They want a candidate who can be trusted to fight for fiscal responsibility, and Santorum has tried to mouth the right words on the campaign trail.

    But like Romney and Gingrich, the proof is in the pudding.

    And instead of apologizing for his record, Senator Santorum has the audacity to DEFEND virtually every one of his Big Government votes!

    The truth is, he’s learned absolutely NOTHING from his crushing defeat in his 2006 Pennsylvania reelection race.

    Republicans aren’t going to defeat President Obama this November by agreeing with him.

    And don’t think for a second that voters will allow themselves to be fooled by another Bush-era, big spending, Big Government establishment Republican this fall.

    Voters want REAL change. They want REAL fiscal conservatism.

    Not Rick Santorum’s budget-busting statism.

    Voters want spending CUT – not INCREASED and shifted to different federal departments based on which party is in power.

    We’re $15 TRILLION in debt.

    If our kids and grandkids are going to enjoy the liberties that should be their birthright as Americans, we MUST change course now.

    A religious zealot like Rick Santorum is not the answer, never was and never will be!

  • http://www.southernwolf.net S. Wolf

    JenBee #100

    re It’s insanity

    What’s insane is you. Insanity is not making a distinction between Hussein bin Obama who wants to replace Christianity and Judaism with Islam, and the Constitution with the Communist Manifesto rolled up with Sharia law, and Santorum who wants to defend Christianity from extinction, and the Constitution from foreign infiltrations. It’s like saying there is no difference between Netanyahu and Hussein, oh, yes, there is but only sane people recognize it.

  • mamagriz68

    As a Christian, he’s right. The great deceiver has been very hard at work in this country. Not sure how Santorum is going to spin this with non-Christians or nominal Christians, but he is speaking the truth. This country does more good in the world (remember truth, justice and the American way?). We had a Romanian pastor at our church this weekend who kept saying how generous Americans are. He went so far as to say that if Americans stop supporting mission work, mission work around the world would come to a halt. That was a very sobering thought. Sounds like something Satan would love to have happen.

  • Ripped

    #103 February 21, 2012 at 3:12 pm
    JenBee commented:

    You are exactly right.

  • Mimi

    I still support Santorum 100%. Go ahead Romney supporters keep this up. I, for one, for the first time in my life won’t vote for the Presidential slot if Romney is nominated. No difference between Mitt and Obama and I just won’t go there.

  • Taqiyyotomist

    Remember, in this campaign, the MSM will never attack Mormonism or Mormon politicians expressing their religious beliefs in public.

    The World only attacks The Truth.

    Everything else?

    It’s All Good!™

  • Taqiyyotomist

    The catchy catchphrase that became a life-guiding philosophy.

    Hey, man, it’s all good.

    Or vice-versa, hard to tell which.

    It’s all good, except the Truth.

    Kids are singing praises to Allah in public school choirs. Hey, it’s all good! Mention of anything related to Christ is verboten. Transcendental meditation demonism in public schools? Hey it’s all good! Teaching kids to get in touch with their “inner spirit animal” in public schools? Hey, it’s all good!

    THERE IS A REASON, FOR THOSE WITH EYES TO SEE.

    Everything is allowable to the world — except the truth of the Gospel of Christ.

    That right there is the only offensive belief.

    Because Satan is real, and he currently OWNS THIS PLACE.

  • Taqiyyotomist

    Fisting kits?

    Hey, it’s all good!

    :sardonic and slightly cynical shake of head:

    Damn, there’s no emoticon for that.

  • donh

    Santorum said this in 2008…Look at how Satan has devoured this country under Obama…Mock a sound religious prophesy at your own peril.

  • Taqiyyotomist

    donh

    Satan’s been devouring this country since Father Knows Best.

    Hell, since the “silver screen” and the dawn of human “stars”, broadcasting to the masses.

  • Cole Sear

    Santorum will win 37% of the popular vote in a general election and maybe 30 electoral votes. We will have a Democratic house again, and a filibuster-proof Democratic majority in the Senate.

    Osama is dead, the economy is cranking, and America is a great country. Why do you rubes hate it so much?

  • retire05

    #63, More Liberty, should I cut you some slack because you lack cognative abilities? The person walking the walk that I was referencing is Jim Hoft, via this website, not Rick Santorum. The fact that I even mentioned this website when I asked if you simply talked the talk, should have been your first clue. But you seem to a) be clueless or b) just plain simple minded.

    So tell us, beside bashing the owner of this website as an “establishment” conservative, what had you done (outside of running your mouth) to further conservative values?

    And is Santorum wrong? Has the degenerative nature of our national moral norms created a better society? Do we have fewer poor? Less child abuse? Fewer unwed mothers? Fewer dead beat dads? News flash, More Liberty, the road of social mores that we have been told would make our nation better has been an unmitigated disaster. And while I am not particularly a fan of Rick Santorum, he is dead on that we are headed toward a Gramsci society if we don’t reclaim the moral values of our forefathers.

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  • Taqiyyotomist

    MTV started it’s satanic campaign in, what?, 1980?

    Then again, there’s this:

    http://tinyurl.com/7qaycqa

    Google Image search of {Sammy Davis satan}.

    Good pics of him huggin’ up on Anton LaVey, founder of modern Satanism.

    And of his album Satan Swings, Baby!

    This “devouring”, at least the modern iteration of it, and its apparent acceleration, has been in effect perhaps since Marconi invented radio broadcasting.

    It’s the “stars” who seduce the people, today primarily through television.

    It’s the people who parrot the programming they willingly buy bigger and bigger televisions with which to be brainwashed.

  • http://www.cjunk.blogspot.com Paul

    Santorum’s suggestion in his speech, that there is this sort of “nationalistic Christianity” is dangerous talk … it’s the thinking of Old World Catholics and “non-bible believing” Christians. The minute you suggest that Satan would attack a country, you’ve stepped well outside New Testament doctrine and into Old World Catholic Nationalism.

    Jesus and all writings of the New Testament made it clear that Christianity is a doctrine of the individual … a doctrine that concerns itself with saving “individual” souls and has nothing … not one bloody thing to do with state institutions. Furthermore, it has little to do with even “church” institutions because the theology of the New Testament is the theology of personal faith … not corporatism of any sort other than the local church family.

    God is concerned with individuals, not America. To think he is, is to be a “non-bible believing” Christian, and instead a believer in Nationalist Christianity like the Holy Roman Empire or British Empire (Church of England). The notion that Satan would attack a “country” is not scriptural in any way shape or form.

    Church institutions have through history been used for evil as much as for good … the Holy Roman Empire, for example, was a cesspool of evil … least of all state institutions.

    Jesus and the Saints of the New Testament gave absolutely no care for government, country, or any nationalist organizations including trans-national churches. They cared only for the Kingdom of Heaven which abides in individuals. In fact, they didn’t ever even conceive of “countries” or any government institutions being blessed in any way shape or form by god. All that kind of thinking came later with the Holy Roman and Orthodox churches when they sought political power via the church.

    Santorum’s thinking is uniquely Old World Catholic and all bible believing Christians had better step back and do a double take.

    As such, Santorum not only steps well outside the bounds of presidential behavior; but puts himself into a sort of Holy Roman Empire mindset where the very institutions of government and church are somehow ordained by god and therefore a target of Satan.

    Jesus … and all the Saints of the New Testament would cringe.

  • retire05

    #107, Ripped, you cannot have a stable nation with out that nation being moral, and religious, with a strong faith in something greater than the politburo. Our Founders knew this. Why don’t you?

    You complain about the national debt, yet fail to acknowledge that moral people pay their debts and do not run up more. And as it stands now, we are doomed to repeat the failures of two nations that turned their back on morals and religion, ancient Rome and modern U.S.S.R.

  • Taqiyyotomist

    Music, television, books, magazines, newspapers, movies — EVERYTHING pushes a philosophy.

    Satan has dominated the industries which provide us these things, for quite some time, and for far, far longer than Obama has been on this earth.

  • Militant Conservative

    This is the same thing I have been saying. Obama=EVIL.

    Satan does not wish to rule a pissant country give me the one with enough

    Nukes to turn earth into a cinder. Biggest lie ever told: Satan does not exist.

    powder is dry.

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  • Militant Conservative

    #117 February 21, 2012 at 4:10 pm
    Cole Sear commented:

    This is why drunk reprobates should not own a computer.

  • Militant Conservative

    #103 February 21, 2012 at 3:12 pm
    JenBee commented:

    So you’ll sell your country and your countrymen down the river (slave reference)

    for your pathetic little hissy fit. Very adult of you, NOT.

    Obama has to go, he is the quick path to hell. Sometimes you have to buy some time.

    Instead people like you sellout the country. WTFU

  • Taqiyyotomist

    #117

    Hate to break it to you, but Osama’s been dead since long before that fakery by “SEAL Team Six”.

    Oh, and everyone on “SEAL Team Six” is also dead, happened a couple of weeks later, so they can’t talk about it.

    How convenient for Obama.

    Kinda like his “typical white” grandma dying THE DAY BEFORE THE ELECTION, as Obama was visiting her, huh?

    Executions of inconvenient people are the exhaust trail of the Democrat airplane.

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  • Taqiyyotomist

    Witness the hip-deep trail of dead bodies behind Bill Clinton.

  • Sasja

    Santorum is right. I remember many years ago, my grandmother warning me of Satan’s increasing dominance in our country’s culture. At the time, I thought she was just worrying for nothing. Now, over the course of my life, I have seen first hand that she was right.

  • Taqiyyotomist

    Obama’s list is growing — quickly, too! From gay ex-lovers to Grandma to Deepwater Horizon workers to SEAL Team Six….

    Democrat, so, naturally, to the nonthinking in America: Hey, It’s All Good!™

  • retire05

    #121, Paul, where did you come up with that senario? If Christ cared nothing for trans-national churches, He would not have said about Peter “Upon this rock I will build My church.” If it were only “individuals” that he directed His message to, He would not have sent His apostles out to other nations and they would have just remained where they were, nor said anything about “those who gather in My name.” Or do you think the Corinthians were Romans or Jews of the land of Christ?

  • http://www.southernwolf.net S. Wolf

    re #108

    And it seems every dang Republican and socalled conservative is insane in this way, even after three years of the Hussein regime and the prospect of four more and the prospect after that of eight years of President Mrs. Hussein bin Obama, and after that of eight years of FITB hand picked successor a la every Communist-Islamist regime… still Republican voters are gape jawed stupid.

    ‘Insider: Yeah – that stupid sh-t your put up on the blog. Knock that sh-t off. Like right now. No more of it. I don’t wanna see no more of it. Obama is the target. Go after Obama and stay the f-ck outta messin’ with the other…the primary stories. At least don’t go pittin’ one candidate against the others – media doin’ enough of that. Don’t need you and everyone else like you falling right in line and doin’ the same like a bunch a braindead liberal bloggin’ fool soldiers. Focus everything – and I mean everything, on messin’ with Obama. The other stuff…the Republican primary…they are running a classic pump and dump. Been doin’ it against them for months. I warned you about it – sh-t…how long ago now? Were you not listening to me?

    UM: And what is the principle? The purpose?

    Insider: Chaos. Uncertainty. Infighting. Repress the vote. You notice the stories about low voter turnout? You see that happening? That’s gotta be makin’ the Obama people very-very happy. Godd–mn Republicans are losing this thing. Idiots gonna lose this if they don’t get their sh-t together right quick now.

    Insider: I ain’t here to play nice son. You know that. You best put on your man pants and get ready, ’cause you’re in the deep end now. No backing off…you said you wanted this. So here we are. We about to rumble. You’re gonna get a front row seat in how somebody gets elected President of the United States. It ain’t pretty. This ain’t no p-ssy ride. This is the real deal here now. Right now. So if you’re worried about gettin’ your feelings hurt…sh-t…me chewin’ you out is gonna be the least of it. Hand a God son…you think a person get’s a face like this from doin’ it easy? Hell no…this thing…this ’bout to get hard. Everything up to this point…just the previews son. You’re ’bout to get the sh-t kicked outta you. Only question is…you got the spine to stand back up and hit the fu–ers back. HARD. Hit ‘em so hard they done see tomorrow coming the day before.

    UM: Just like that? None of his support is genuine?

    Insider: No…not sayin’ that. He’s got support. Real support. They all do. But to go from nothin’ to something…it was the same thing with McCain, right? I see their hands all over it…they done the same with all the others. Gingrich. Cain. The only one they didn’t touch like that…didn’t try and help was Perry. Perry scared ‘em. Perry was a threat. That is, until he took himself out of it. They didn’t need to do anything to Perry…that situation resolved itself.

    UM: So the Santorum surge – just to be clear…it’s a manipulation? At least in part?

    Insider: Exactly.’…

    WHITE HOUSE INSIDER: “Pump and Dump”

    The media and the Obama campaign have taken out the strongest and best candidates with a lot of help from Republican voters and socalled conservative blog commenters. The rest is history. Bend over and drop your drawers and be sure to use lots of lubricant, you’ll need it over the next four years and beyond.

  • Montana Diva

    So Pedophile priests are what God wants to see in a church? Appears to me that Santorum needs to clean up his own house.. he is a typical hypocrite as outlined in the Bible – New Testament Hypocrite, first take the beam out of your own eye, and then you will see clearly how to remove the splinter from your brother’s eye.

    For a bunch of folks that have been told not to judge…you are certainly very judgmental.

  • Ausonius

    #44 More Liberty
    Wow, you criticize Rick for criticizing.
    I’m so sick of hearing people pervert the Scripture for their own purpose.
    The New Testament is replete with examples of identifying and calling out false prophets and those promulgating false doctrine. It speaks of hypocrisy in the phrase you misquote from Romans 2. Funny thing, you might want to read the prior passages found in Roman 1, which typically condemns the sorts of lifestyles that those who use the “judge not…” passage want to promote. Matthew 7:1 also deals with Judge not… and it also is refering to hypocrisy in one’s judgement. It never is meant to silence one for opposing evil, as defined not by Lenin, Marx, or Alinsky, but by the Almighty.
    Sadly, I initially cringed when I saw the headline. How sad that is of me, when everything Rick said is what I have believed most of my life. If we can’t win on the truth, perhaps winning isn’t worthwhile. If we believe in God, perhaps standing on the truth is the only way we will see a reversal in this country.

  • Ausonius

    Diva from Montana:
    I’ld be very curious to know the statistics on who has the worst record on molestation, the Catholic church or the public school system.
    If anyone has research on this, I’ld love to see it.

  • Sandy

    Obama was about Hope and Change in 08. What’s this election going to be about — Satan? Please Santorum talk about a possible Mideast War or if you find that too hideous to discuss how about mentioning the economy which is killing off the middle class. It ain’t Satan doin all the hatin. You might want to mention Obama’s utter dislike of the Constitution.

  • Sandy

    Obama wants every woman to abort any and all children not sanctioned by the Government. Santorum wants every woman to have atleast 10 children and God will provide. Romney for Sanity.

  • bg

    ++

    #112 February 21, 2012 at 3:52 pm
    Taqiyyotomist

    oh please, the media attack Mormons all the time, well, anytime
    Romney is on the scene at any rate.. Reid however, well, he’s a
    Mormon of a different (fitb).. gah!!

    ==

  • Perfected democrat

    Still playing: the evil party vs the stupid party….. (methinks Jim Hoft is simply a realist)

    I’m not a crazy uncle fan at all, but he has a point here:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cgNJBdTaKE8&feature=player_embedded

    Rick’s religious “rhetoric” is not going to play well with the secular center who can swing this election. It’s not too late for Newt, his so-called “baggage” is vastly exaggerated…

  • bg

    ++

    Sandy #139 February 21, 2012 at 5:05 pm

    lol, good one..

    ==

  • http://www.cjunk.blogspot.com Paul

    retire05:

    Jesus sent his disciples out to convert individuals; not create Christian states. They were converting individuals to Christ … period. Naturally, when enough individuals converted, they formed social organization which became churches … local churches. These varied greatly in nature and understanding of what their faith entailed and as a result Apostle Paul spent most of his time correcting or assisting them in their understanding of what it was to be Christian. Never … never for one moment did he conceive of, or suggest any union between state and church and never did he suggest that the Kingdom of Heaven was anything but that which comprised of the individual’s faith. National redemption or any such concept weren’t even on the radar other than the suggestions that Israel was punished for it’s sins as a “nation” in 66 AD. Otherwise, the theme was always “individual” dememption.

    The entire New Testament deals with the redemption of the individual, and to a lesser degree with the local church. There is no suggestion of, nor even conceptualization of a “Christian Nation” least of all the institutions of a Christian Nation.

    The “Peter” reference could mean just about anything. Protestants, for instance, do not give it the same conceptual meaning than do Catholics. Furthermore, given that the “kingdom of heaven” was the one “institution” Christ would build, and that the “kingdom heaven” existed only in the hearts of men and women, it could be argued that that is of what the “Peter” reference was about.

    Modern notions of Christian state institutions or god ordained state institutions came about during the time of the Holy Roman Empire … over 300 years after Christ had lived.

  • squeaky

    has the media overlooked schools………maybe the church’s pockets are deeper.
    http://www.cbsnews.com/2100-215_162-1933687.html

  • Ausonius

    #121 Paul:

    Perhaps you never heard of Israel?
    The Old Testament is full of stories of national blessing and curses. You might wish to read it before you condemn someone who might suggest otherwise.

  • bg

    ++

    #141 February 21, 2012 at 5:07 pm
    Perfected democrat

    Paul always has a point…

    always aimed at others..

    ala his hypocrite twin brObama.. 😛

    ==

  • kozanne

    #75bg, I think people have just been burned so badly by some of the mouthbreathers in DeeCee that they are being very cautious. And of course, the lamestreams are not helping matters much either.

    At this point, I think people just need more time to see people like Gingrich, Santorum and all the rest ‘over the long haul’. For myself, I am looking for consistency and courage. I actually think Gingrich and Santorum might make a good team; I think there could be a balance there that would be helpful and encourage good decision making in the Oval.

    But that’s just my $.02 worth.

  • kozanne

    Everyone, I STRONGLY recommend that you follow the link given in #134. I’ve been following this guy since 2008 and he’s been on point about 90% of the time. At least give yourself the chance to see what is really going on behind this primary campaign.

  • bg

    ++

    kozanne #147 February 21, 2012 at 5:13 pm

    believe it or not, Gingrich seems to be the easiest to get along with (also like his choice of the cabinet members he’s mentioned), and was very impressed with the Lincoln Douglas debate he and Cain had.. Cain was my #1 choice, now it’s Gingrich, however, i would support Santorum should he win, just don’t think he’s easy to get a long with for some reason, but hey, i have no idea, he could just as easily be the sweetest man on Earth, and Newt the sourest for all i personally know about either of them.. 😉

    ==

  • Liz

    Well Santorum is right on this, but I’m still voting for Romney because Santorum isn’t qualified for the presidency.

  • http://www.cjunk.blogspot.com Paul

    Ausonius: You are confusing the “Old” Testament with the “New” Testament. Jesus set up a completely new order, that of the individual believer … not the god ordained state.

    You will find virtually nothing about “Christian Nationalism” or even the god ordained state in the New Testament. Jesus abolished the Old Testament relationship between god and humans and made way for men and women to find redemption as individuals.

    Hence the “New” Testament.

    Santorum is doubling down on a “Catholic” world view … not a New Testament view.

  • Gini

    36 February 21, 2012 at 12:50 pm
    Joanne commented:
    And no, I am not a anti-Catholic, but pro Truth and and pro the Word of God.

    You certainly fooled me about not being anti-Catholic.

  • kozanne

    bg #149:

    I thought that debate with Herman Cain was the best one so far. It was refreshing to see two people simply presenting their platforms instead of trying to smack each other down. That’s really all I want to see, each candidate presenting their platform and telling us why they would be a good POTUS. The WH Insider is right, people are getting real fed up with the bickering, and the GOP is looking less like a party and more like the Jerry Springer show!

    Who did Newt pick for his cabinet? I must have missed that somewhere along the way.

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  • bg

    ++

    kozanne #153 February 21, 2012 at 5:35 pm

    i agree, it was the best, the round table
    with Charlie Rose was a good one as well..

    Palin for one, Bolton for another,
    however, he endorsed Romney,
    go figure..

    February 21, 2012

    Santorum makes pitch in Arizona as just
    ‘a guy from a steel town,’ closes gap with
    Romney

    re: #149 February 21, 2012 at 5:28 pm bg

    a long = along 😆

    ==

  • bg

    ++

    re: #155 February 21, 2012 at 5:53 pm bg

    he called Obama a “rock star”.. 😀

    ==

  • squeaky

    “….he called Obama a “rock star”.. and of course michelle is a fashion icon. i’m still considered a kid in the nursing home world…… and with the six feet under crowd…….all a matter of perspective
    http://www.latimes.com/features/image/la-ig-michelle-obama-pg,0,7994552.photogallery

  • http://thelasttradition.blogspot.com/ samuel Gonzalez

    Tens of millions of Americans would agree with EVERYTHING Rick Santorum siad in that presentation. I know I agree with it.

  • http://ArbiterOfCommonSense.blogspot.com Trubador

    “Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney said Tuesday that President Barack Obama’s administration has “fought against religion” and sought to substitute a “secular” agenda for one grounded in faith.

    Obama’s campaign seized on the characterization, calling Romney’s comments “disgraceful.”

    Romney rarely ventures into social issues in his campaign speeches, but people participating in a town hall-style meeting one week before the Michigan primary asked how he would protect religious liberty.
    “Unfortunately, possibly because of the people the president hangs around with, and their agenda, their secular agenda — they have fought against religion,” Romney said.

    The Obama campaign linked Romney’s remarks to recent comments by rival Rick Santorum.”

    http://news.yahoo.com/romney-says-obama-fought-against-religion-222645762.html

    Hmmmm…. I wonder how many of those Romney supporters will now vow to not vote for him because of his radical social conservative comment and stance, just like they vowed not to vote for Santorum?

    Heh.

  • mitch

    Here is a Santorum quote in an interview last month:

    Freedom’s not absolute. What rights in the Constitution are absolute? There is no right to absolute freedom. There are limitations. You might want to say the same thing about a whole variety of other things that are on the Internet — “let everybody have it, let everybody do it.” No. There are certain things that actually do cost people a lot of money, cost them their lives, cost them their fortunes that we shouldn’t have and make available, to make it that easy to do. That’s why we regulate gambling. You have a big commission here that regulates gambling, for a reason.

    http://www.nationalreview.com/campaign-spot/291235/why-newts-biggest-donor-so-opposed-santorum

    Santorum isn’t a conservative he is a big government oppurtunist that has fooled a lot of people.

    Did you see in the debate how Santorum was for SOPA.

  • bg

    ++

    Trubador #159 February 21, 2012 at 6:30 pm

    a tad late and a few dollars short..

    as others ie: Cain, Gingrich, and now Santorum, have been speaking
    out about it for quite some time, especially the afore two mentioned..

    but am glad to at least hear it..

    ==

  • mitch

    Rick Santorum has often called for limits medical malpractice lawsuits, but back in 1999, his wife Karen sued her chiropractor $500,000 for allegedly injuring her back. Santorum testified in the case, telling the jury that the injury caused his wife pain and impaired her ability to campaign for him.

    http://abcnews.go.com/blogs/politics/2012/02/santorum-and-the-chiropractor-lawsuit/

  • mitch

    Rick Santorum on the tea party:

    This isn’t difficult to predict. “I am not a libertarian, and I fight very strongly against libertarian influence within the Republican Party and the conservative movement,” he said openly last summer, adding, “I’ve got some real concerns about this movement within the Republican Party and the tea party movement to sort of refashion conservatism, and I will vocally and publicly oppose it.”

    http://www.nationaljournal.com/politics/memo-to-the-tea-party-rick-santorum-rejects-your-message-20120216

  • bg

    ++

    Gini #152 February 21, 2012 at 5:34 pm

    more like a rabid anti-Catholic..

    yet she apparently admires her own
    Christian know to no end, go figure..

    bash & trash in 3.. 2.. 1..

    ==

  • bg

    ++

    mitch #163 February 21, 2012 at 6:57 pm

    uhoh, he just lost me, then again, if the TEA Party
    doesn’t get it’s act together, they might as well..

    there is a God, and we are the people, Amen..

    ==

  • ManFromNowhere

    *facepalm*

    And Santorum just effectively eliminated himself from serious contention for the White House. Hardline social conservative cannot win in a general election, when will the Republicans learn this? He has now joined Christine ODonnel in the fringe nutjob wing of the Republican party. Shame, he was doing so well until this.

  • Joanne

    #47 Why not attack the message and not the person? Could I not refer to you as a religious bigot towards what I believe. The Pope is believed to be the Vicar of Christ on earth. Sorry, but I have a problem with this. Did Christ appoint ‘the Pope’ to represent Him whilst he sits at the right hand of God? We are told to ‘watch’ and watch is what I will do; prophecy is set in God’s Word.

  • mitch

    Santorum, despite his reputation as a conservative stalwart, had a keen interest in providing disadvantaged families greater access to affordable housing.

    In 2005, when Banking Committee Republicans were trying to tighten the regulation of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, Santorum pushed to include language in the legislation that would strengthen their affordable-housing goals.

    “We’re very concerned about making sure that we do things in working with this legislation to improve the access to affordable housing,” Santorum said during a July 28, 2005 hearing on the Senate bill.

    He added that he wanted to orient Fannie and Freddie “toward taking a more active role in creating housing opportunities for low and moderate income families.”

    http://www.americanbanker.com/issues/177_6/Rick-Santorum-Fannie-Mae-Freddie-Mac-1045542-1.html

    Santorum hasn’t been vetted on Fannie and Freddie.

  • el polacko

    i said from day one that there was so much crazy talk in santorum’s past that he will become a laughingstock once folks are exposed to his rants. if he represents your religious beliefs, that’s swell…vote him in as a priest or pope or something but this guy is never gonna win the presidential election and, in the meantime, he is seriously tarnishing the republican brand.

  • wanumba

    #73 February 21, 2012 at 1:37 pm
    More Liberty commented:

    You can peruse the list of fallen at your leisure. I’m no peace-nik anti-war hippie. I’m a former marine with three tours in Iraq. I voted for Bush twice, and was a neocon believer. But as time went on I realized that Americans dying to build schools in iraq or Afghanistan isn’t worth it
    :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::

    Gee, how did you miss that we are NOT in Iraq or Afghanistan to “build schools?”

    WE are there for geopolitical national security as they were bases of operations for Al Qaeda that allowed Al Qaeda to attack the USA on US soil and US military and US citizens abroad and our allies.

    I find it hard to believe any deployed Marine doesn’t KNOW that far better than the Starbucks latte laptop crowd at the university food court.

  • Militant Conservative

    #169 February 21, 2012 at 7:36 pm
    el polacko commented:

    What brand?! Electe an establishment candidate

    And die party. We know how to lose elections by

    Pissing off our base party. We can out liberal a

    Liberal with our moderate party. Conservatism wins

    Santorum is doing well So is newt. Romney not so

    much for mr moneybags.

    Powder is dry

  • Joanne

    I Peter 5:8 “Stay alert! Watch out for your great enemy, the devil. He prowls around like a roaring lion, looking for someone to devour.”

    All Christians should heed this warning and not denounce it.

    Ephesians 6:11 “Put on all of God’s armor so that you will be able to stand firm against all strategies of the devil.”

    Eph 6:10-17 (NIV) …Be strong in the Lord and in his mighty power. Put on the full armour of God so that you can take your stand against the devil’s schemes. For our struggle is not against flesh and blood, but against the rulers, against the authorities, against the powers of this dark world and against the spiritual forces of evil in the heavenly realms. Therefore put on the full armour of God, so that when the day of evil comes, you may be able to stand your ground, and after you have done everything, to stand. Stand firm then, with the belt of truth buckled round your waist, with the breastplate of righteousness in place, and with your feet fitted with the readiness that comes from the gospel of peace. In addition to all this, take up the shield of faith, with which you can extinguish all the flaming arrows of the evil one. Take the helmet of salvation and the sword of the Spirit, which is the word of God.”

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  • myohmy

    Rick is right. The breakdown of family is the cause of social ill, poverty and decline of America. The new religion is government where women have manage care of contraception and abortion in demands.

  • Joanne

    #136 – very good comment.

  • Ruready?

    “Santorum just effectively eliminated himself from serious contention for the White House.”

    Since you consider yourself to be a seer, sounds like Santorum has your number.

  • Valerie

    Rick Santorum is a big-government social conservative, not a fiscal conservative. I have no problem with him, but I’ve gotten some unnerving feedback about him: some people have very closed minds about social conservatives.

    That said, I will vote for him if he gets the nomination.

  • Ausonius

    Paul:
    yeah, I get the individual salvation concept as opposed to some false notion of collective salvation. Having followed Rick extensively for a number of years, I would gather he is not refering to a notion of collective salvation either. I think he, and intuition, is refering to a notion of natural blessing or cursing that follows nations, perhaps due to their behavior/and or His soveriegn plan. It is that line of thinking that leads one to see God’s soverieign hand in the founding and continuation of the United States. I don’t think this is a Catholic idea, as I am a Baptist and have always found the concept compatible with sound theology.
    By the way, Christ’s death and resurrection didn’t displace the entirety of the Old Testament, just the nature of salvation.

  • Joanne

    #152 – I should have stated not anti-Catholic individual. I have many Catholic family members and friends I love. There is only one truth, although, we all seem to have our own versions, and this is why I prefer to quote scripture.

    bg – you are funny. You trash me and then accuse me of going to trash you.

  • Joanne

    #178 – another good comment.

  • Ausonius

    Again, I would point out a bunch of new names showing up in the comments recently. Campaigns have been recruiting volunteers to hit the blogs in order to sway opinions and change perceptions. Be wary of the outrage of the unfamiliar.
    Just thinking.

  • angryflower

    Great to see cons eating each other alive, having to choose between the theocracy they want vs. the democracy they have to live with. Your tears taste awesome.

  • retire05

    #167, Joanne, the Pope is the heir of the seat of Peter, the rock upon who Christ built his church.

    Perhaps you would like to tell me what faith you are that probably started as a spin off of Catholicism? Or are you one of those squishy non-denominational types?

  • Ausonius

    Paul #151:
    I would also add, after further consideration, that God didn’t set up a state which brought collective salvation due to membership, it was within that state that salvation was obtainable. Membership (or citizenship) was no more of a guarantee of salvation to the Israelite than being a church member now to a gentile.
    By the way, the term “Jews” is used more in the New Testament than it is in the old. Faith, whether in the OT view of hope of the future Redeemer, or in the man-God Christ thereafter, has been the only means of salvation for an individual.

    There were many warnings of wrath and punnishment for disobedience (and blessings for obedience) that, at last check, Christ never revoked. In fact, the destruction of Jerusalem, which occurred in 70 A.D., was the fullfillment of prophecy, and that is post-Old Testament.

  • sadsushi

    This is not an outrageous statement by Santorum..It’s something preachers preach from the pulpit practically every sunday! Jesus said the enemy(satan) is out to steal, kill and destroy..satan is out to destroy all of mankind and that includes the U.S. I’m Disappointed in you Jim, drudge and other conservative blogs who are now attacking Santorum…he is saying what christians believe!! Evil is in this world and we have to fight it!

  • Ausonius

    I would like to point out that I have yet to find an example of Rick attempting to establish a theocracy. If someone can show what bills he has sponsored or promoted, I’ld love to see them.
    I’ll only speak for myself in saying I desire a govt that respects it’s limitations as expressed in our social contract, the Constitution. That means what power isn’t authorized to the national govt is within the local govt’s. It means that there will be issues where conflict will arise and something has to give. We call that democratic process. Christians and traditionalists are rightly indignant over the obscene robbery of power that has occurred by courts typically in creating rights (off limits to normal democratic process) and forcing hedonism down our throats so we have to witness it first hand.
    I have an atheist president now (likely not the first) who has ramped up the forced hedonism upon us to a degree that would make w.j. clinton blush, and I am sick of it. I do not wish to force anyone to attend church or accept what I believe, just don’t tell me that a majority of people with similar views to mine cannot proscribe laws preventing things we decide are offensive such as nudity, obscene language in public, and so forth. If this is your definition of theocracy, then perhaps you ought to visit Islamabad for a while.

  • Simsalabim

    I couldn’t agree with Santorum more.

  • bg

    ++

    squeaky #144 February 21, 2012 at 5:10 pm

    [“Was JonBenet a pedophile’s dream? Clearly, clearly she was,” Tracey
    said. “Her death, and the whole circus surrounding it even 10 years later,
    has everything to do with the culture’s desire to sexualize children.”
    ]

    sad sick truth, just look at what Obama had appointed Safe Schools
    Czar
    .. i say, blame Mama.. maybe he feels guilty for not having been
    aborted??

    not to mention Hollyweird and much more.. :-(

    ==

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  • Jim

    “Maybe Brit was right?” Just rename this website “newtpundit.com”

  • Joanne

    #183 retire05 – egads. The Pope isn’t heir to anything, except the judgment of Jesus Christ, and not one of them will fair well.

  • Militant Conservative

    Probably a black eyed suzan.