September 16, 2012 3 Comments
For me, the amazing aspect of Rick Santorum’s remark to his fellow religious fanatics that…
SANTORUM: We are never going to have the elite, smart people on our side.
…is how serious he is about it. When I first read the comment, I thought that he had perhaps delivered it sarcastically, to indicate disagreement with the designation. That may have been what he intended, but it’s not how it sounds.
Plus, take a look at his entire sentence.
SANTORUM: We are never going to have the elite, smart people on our side, because they believe they should have the power to tell you what to do.
This from a man who thinks that government should regulate women’s bodies and make health care decisions for them, while also telling other adults who they can and can’t marry. Heck, isn’t the Values Voters Summit all about telling people what to do?
It’s true. Rick Santorum is not smart; he’s dangerous.