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Rick Santorum: „i Don’t Believe In An America Where The Separation Of Church And State Is Absolute“

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  1. …and that ends the Santorum campaign. When you run for President, you at least have to prove you can pass a civics test or pretend to agree with the founding fathers. Next….

  2. It will be a dark day for ALL of us if this man wins. It is not just a Republican or church thing; Santorum has frequently stated that he does not believe a „right to privacy“ exists under the Constitution, even within marriage. The Republicans running for President also talk about „their“ faith. But if you are not of that faith, you may be a danger to the country. This man will be a danger to all of us. We need to start looking at what is best for the country.

  3. He wants to turn America into theocracy like Iran.

    He doesn’t believe in America’s constitution either.

    And I’m wondering, how much this absent-minded fundie think before opening his mouth, because we all know how the religion leaders, especially evangelic Christians, have a line to the Oval Office, now, and during every other president, i.e. Bush, „advising“ him on different matters.

    Time to remove this cancerous tumor from America once and for all.

  4. Straight from the horse’s mouth.

    If this guy wins, that’ll be it. I’ll be moving to Canada. Or maybe England. Or Australia. SOMEWHERE where the government isn’t turning tricks for big business whilst being sodomized by the church, both of which derive almost all of their public support through bribery and mass deception, all the while promoting bigotry, misogyny, homophobia, and ignorance.

  5. This „bend over and take it“ mentality that the right wing seems to expect out of all Americans is bad enough, but asking us to say „thank you sir“ afterwards? That’s it. I just can’t take it any more.

  6. @cloudkicker6000 Treaty of Tripoli was nothing more than extortion by the Barbary nations. The treaty was violated several times because of the refusal of continued payment to these nations.

  7. Doesn’t religion have enough influence on everything,given all the childhood indoctrination that it’s involved in?
    Including every president in history.
    When is enough enough for these guys???

  8. @xiquiripat the first amendment clearly says Congress and the government have no right to to get rid of religion. I am a christian and believe in what santorum says. All u guys are just upset because ur atheist. Can i ask u guys a question? Didn’t u know why America was so well and prosperous back then? It was because we were built on a christian standard and taught christian morals. I believe schools and public places should allow freedom of religion. I thought this was called land of the free?

  9. His politics seems to be a perfect ft for Iran or Afghanistan. That this guy has received a single vote in the United States of America a sad statement about our great nation.

  10. Santorum is not a Christian. He is a Christofascist who despises representative government. He asserts that the federal gov has too much control over our lives, but there is no question that what he wants Americans to be controlled by those who share his marginal and hateful religious views. He is the enemy of individual freedom.

  11. @butuh13 Very well put, You can say that again! LOUDER, MORE OFTEN AND IN CAPITALS. I would put it in flashing neon if I could. A Christofacist who despises representative government – excellent. The problem is that religious people like Santorum are infected with a herpes like virus, once it gets into your system, there is no cure. Look at the nonsense with the Quran burning. Muslims are the same as are those Jews pecking at that wall. Is there any hope at all for rational thought? I do hope so

  12. Rick santorum thinks he has the right to shove his religion in my face. That is a dick move to say that the pope and the catholic church should control our government.

  13. If he wants religion in the Government than he should be comfortable with the Muslim religion in the government and the Jewish religion on the Government. If he isn’t comfortable with religions that he doesn’t practice in the Government, than he should expect non-Christians to be comfortable with the Christian religion in the Government.

  14. Freedom of religion and separation of church and state are one in the same:

    See, if religious theology becomes law in the name of piety it forces itself upon people of different faiths and beliefs, thus stripping them of their freedom to practice –or not practice- whatever it is they believe in.

  15. Imagine if the USA was ruled by the mentality of Rick Santorum? We’d suffer EXACTLY the same fate as the Muslim world did, in the 12th Century C.E., when Imam Hamid al-Ghazali codified that Mathematics was the work of the Devil and Islam, as a religion, began its Scientific decline and their culture de-evolved them back into the ignorant barbarians they are today. The USA would become the Mosaic Law equivalent to Muslim Sharia Law complete with modern day Inquisition.

  16. @mfriedrich2012 – I don’t think Ron Paul can win either. I agree with some of Ron Paul’s ideas (and I disagree with many, but I give him credit and he’s refreshing for a Republican) but Ron Paul could never win with Republican voters. Too socially liberal for them and not enough of a sociopathic war-hawk. Republicans have no problem with authoritarianism- they just want to be the ones doing it. As Santorum demonstrates.

  17. The State gives a huge subsidy to churches: a 100% tax cut.

    Government even subsidizes church organizations who are engaged in programs to feed and clothe and care for people in other ways.

    All that Separation of Church and States says is that the state will not go beyond that to subsidizing actual proselytizing (i.e. attempting to convert someone from one religion to another or recalling them to a religion they had abandoned).

    Churches can and should pay for those activities themselves.

  18. The State gives a huge subsidy to churches: a 100% tax cut.

    Government even subsidizes church organizations who are engaged in programs to feed and clothe and care for people in other ways.

    All that Separation of Church and States says is that the state will not go beyond that to subsidizing actual proselytizing (i.e. attempting to convert someone from one religion to another or recalling them to a religion they had abandoned).

    Churches can and should pay for those activities themselves.

  19. The State gives a huge subsidy to churches: a 100% tax cut.

    Government even subsidizes church organizations who are engaged in programs to feed and clothe and care for people in other ways.

    All that Separation of Church and States says is that the state will not go beyond that to subsidizing actual proselytizing (i.e. attempting to convert someone from one religion to another or recalling them to a religion they had abandoned).

    Churches can and should pay for those activities themselves.

  20. The State gives a huge subsidy to churches: a 100% tax cut.

    Government even subsidizes church organizations who are engaged in programs to feed and clothe and care for people in other ways.

    All that Separation of Church and States says is that the state will not go beyond that to subsidizing actual proselytizing (i.e. attempting to convert someone from one religion to another or recalling them to a religion they had abandoned).

    Churches can and should pay for those activities themselves.

  21. Separation should be absolute. Don’t force the teacher to teach Creationism in a science class and don’t force the pastor to teach evolution in church.

    Children learn about religion from their parents, from their pastor, and from Sunday school and Bible study. They don’t need a generic incomplete version of Christianity chosen by the teachers taught in their academic school.

  22. Separation should be absolute. Don’t force the teacher to teach Creationism in a science class and don’t force the pastor to teach evolution in church.

    Children learn about religion from their parents, from their pastor, and from Sunday school and Bible study. They don’t need a generic incomplete version of Christianity chosen by the teachers taught in their academic school.

  23. Separation should be absolute. Don’t force the teacher to teach Creationism in a science class and don’t force the pastor to teach evolution in church.

    Children learn about religion from their parents, from their pastor, and from Sunday school and Bible study. They don’t need a generic incomplete version of Christianity chosen by the teachers taught in their academic school.

  24. Separation should be absolute. Don’t force the teacher to teach Creationism in a science class and don’t force the pastor to teach evolution in church.

    Children learn about religion from their parents, from their pastor, and from Sunday school and Bible study. They don’t need a generic incomplete version of Christianity chosen by the teachers taught in their academic school.

  25. Separation should be absolute. Don’t force the teacher to teach Creationism in a science class and don’t force the pastor to teach evolution in church.

    Children learn about religion from their parents, from their pastor, and from Sunday school and Bible study. They don’t need a generic incomplete version of Christianity chosen by the teachers taught in their academic school.

  26. Separation should be absolute. Don’t force the teacher to teach Creationism in a science class and don’t force the pastor to teach evolution in church. 

    Children learn about religion from their parents, from their pastor, and from Sunday school and Bible study. They don’t need a generic incomplete version of Christianity chosen by the teachers taught in their academic school.

  27. „We establish no religion in this country, we command no worship, we mandate no belief, nor will we ever. Church and state are, and must remain, separate.“ – Ronald Reagan

    

  28. „We establish no religion in this country, we command no worship, we mandate no belief, nor will we ever. Church and state are, and must remain, separate.“ – Ronald Reagan

  29. „We establish no religion in this country, we command no worship, we mandate no belief, nor will we ever. Church and state are, and must remain, separate.“ – Ronald Reagan

  30. „We establish no religion in this country, we command no worship, we mandate no belief, nor will we ever. Church and state are, and must remain, separate.“ – Ronald Reagan

  31. „We establish no religion in this country, we command no worship, we mandate no belief, nor will we ever. Church and state are, and must remain, separate.“ – Ronald Reagan

  32. „We establish no religion in this country, we command no worship, we mandate no belief, nor will we ever. Church and state are, and must remain, separate.“ – Ronald Reagan

  33. „We establish no religion in this country, we command no worship, we mandate no belief, nor will we ever. Church and state are, and must remain, separate.“ – Ronald Reagan

  34. If only this sanctimonious douch bag would be as honest as Limbaugh and admit he thinks women who use birth control are sluts and prostitutes people would have a better understanding of just what the republican party is really about.

  35. If only this sanctimonious douch bag would be as honest as Limbaugh and admit he thinks women who use birth control are sluts and prostitutes people would have a better understanding of just what the republican party is really about.

  36. If only this sanctimonious douch bag would be as honest as Limbaugh and admit he thinks women who use birth control are sluts and prostitutes people would have a better understanding of just what the republican party is really about.

  37. If only this sanctimonious douch bag would be as honest as Limbaugh and admit he thinks women who use birth control are sluts and prostitutes people would have a better understanding of just what the republican party is really about.

  38. If only this sanctimonious douch bag would be as honest as Limbaugh and admit he thinks women who use birth control are sluts and prostitutes people would have a better understanding of just what the republican party is really about.

  39. If only this sanctimonious douch bag would be as honest as Limbaugh and admit he thinks women who use birth control are sluts and prostitutes people would have a better understanding of just what the republican party is really about.

  40. If only this sanctimonious douch bag would be as honest as Limbaugh and admit he thinks women who use birth control are sluts and prostitutes people would have a better understanding of just what the republican party is really about.

  41. If only this sanctimonious douch bag would be as honest as Limbaugh and admit he thinks women who use birth control are sluts and prostitutes people would have a better understanding of just what the republican party is really about.

  42. One of My Gr. Grandfathers was named Giles Corey he lived in Salem, MA in the 1690s… I shudder to think how he died. Have we all ready forgotten what happened when we last mixed politics and religion here in the US? 

  43. One of My Gr. Grandfathers was named Giles Corey he lived in Salem, MA in the 1690s… I shudder to think how he died. Have we all ready forgotten what happened when we last mixed politics and religion here in the US?

  44. One of My Gr. Grandfathers was named Giles Corey he lived in Salem, MA in the 1690s… I shudder to think how he died. Have we all ready forgotten what happened when we last mixed politics and religion here in the US?

  45. One of My Gr. Grandfathers was named Giles Corey he lived in Salem, MA in the 1690s… I shudder to think how he died. Have we all ready forgotten what happened when we last mixed politics and religion here in the US?

  46. One of My Gr. Grandfathers was named Giles Corey he lived in Salem, MA in the 1690s… I shudder to think how he died. Have we all ready forgotten what happened when we last mixed politics and religion here in the US?

  47. One of My Gr. Grandfathers was named Giles Corey he lived in Salem, MA in the 1690s… I shudder to think how he died. Have we all ready forgotten what happened when we last mixed politics and religion here in the US?

  48. One of My Gr. Grandfathers was named Giles Corey he lived in Salem, MA in the 1690s… I shudder to think how he died. Have we all ready forgotten what happened when we last mixed politics and religion here in the US?

  49. One of My Gr. Grandfathers was named Giles Corey he lived in Salem, MA in the 1690s… I shudder to think how he died. Have we all ready forgotten what happened when we last mixed politics and religion here in the US?

  50. There is a modern shoegaze band called Have a Nice Life that released the album Deathconsciousness to cult acclaim. The frontman’s name is Giles Corey. I just thought it was a curious coincidence and was having fun with it.

  51. There is a modern shoegaze band called Have a Nice Life that released the album Deathconsciousness to cult acclaim. The frontman’s name is Giles Corey. I just thought it was a curious coincidence and was having fun with it.

  52. There is a modern shoegaze band called Have a Nice Life that released the album Deathconsciousness to cult acclaim. The frontman’s name is Giles Corey. I just thought it was a curious coincidence and was having fun with it.

  53. There is a modern shoegaze band called Have a Nice Life that released the album Deathconsciousness to cult acclaim. The frontman’s name is Giles Corey. I just thought it was a curious coincidence and was having fun with it.

  54. There is a modern shoegaze band called Have a Nice Life that released the album Deathconsciousness to cult acclaim. The frontman’s name is Giles Corey. I just thought it was a curious coincidence and was having fun with it.

  55. Jesus not only invented capitalism but also white people. Jesus loves you, now let’s bomb some brown people YEE HAW!

    If any believers out there would care to justify to me why you are supporting Santorum, then I, as a fellow believer, will smack you right in the dick. Because you are stupid.

  56. Jesus not only invented capitalism but also white people. Jesus loves you, now let’s bomb some brown people YEE HAW!

    If any believers out there would care to justify to me why you are supporting Santorum, then I, as a fellow believer, will smack you right in the dick. Because you are stupid.

  57. Jesus not only invented capitalism but also white people. Jesus loves you, now let’s bomb some brown people YEE HAW!

    If any believers out there would care to justify to me why you are supporting Santorum, then I, as a fellow believer, will smack you right in the dick. Because you are stupid.

  58. Jesus not only invented capitalism but also white people. Jesus loves you, now let’s bomb some brown people YEE HAW!

    If any believers out there would care to justify to me why you are supporting Santorum, then I, as a fellow believer, will smack you right in the dick. Because you are stupid.

  59. Santorum isn’t a Christian. He’s a Christofascist. He opposes the government because he wants the church, HIS church, to run our lives…

  60. Santorum isn’t a Christian. He’s a Christofascist. He opposes the government because he wants the church, HIS church, to run our lives…

  61. Santorum isn’t a Christian. He’s a Christofascist. He opposes the government because he wants the church, HIS church, to run our lives…

  62. I can’t believe this man has actually won primaries.

    „Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion.“ That’s pretty clear to me.

    Ron Paul 2012

  63. I can’t believe this man has actually won primaries.

    „Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion.“ That’s pretty clear to me.

    Ron Paul 2012

  64. I can’t believe this man has actually won primaries.

    „Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion.“ That’s pretty clear to me.

    Ron Paul 2012

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