Oh Please

As a reminder that the enviros, the New York Times and the other usual suspects on the left do not have a monopoly on the politics of panic, here’s Santorum:

They are taking faith and crushing it. Why? Why? When you marginalize faith in America, when you remove the pillar of God-given rights, then what’s left is the French Revolution. What’s left is the government that gives you right, what’s left are no unalienable rights, what’s left is a government that will tell you who you are, what you’ll do and when you’ll do it. What’s left in France became the guillotine. Ladies and gentlemen, we’re a long way from that, but if we do and follow the path of President Obama and his overt hostility to faith in America, then we are headed down that road.

There are (countless) good ways to argue against Obama and there are bad. And then there’s Santorum’s guillotine. Ludicrous.

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3 Responses to Oh Please

  1. Matt Foss says:

    Sadly, it seems that atheists and homosexuals are the bogeymen that candidates like Santorum need to get supporters to the polls. The masses may not understand economic issues, but they sure know how to be afraid of people who aren’t like them.

  2. Jeeves says:

    The protracted, coma-inducing editorializing of the candidates and conservative media about Robespierre’s Obama’s war on religious freedom was bound to come to this. National Review is starting to look like Crisis magazine.

  3. thomas barnes says:

    The French, having taken the torch from us to effect their own revolution waited in patience and high expectation to see what would become of our own. The “statue” they sent us in sympathy with a common cause contained no such sentiments, as present, authored by a Jewish intelligencia decades later. These and many other events proved over time the American people were not true to our belief in Liberty, &c. When the said statue was being dismantled for restoration I said, Let us box it up and send it back to the French, C.O.D. It has become undeserved by us and would allow a message of sanity to devolve onto the American Public, perhaps reversing dangerous trends in politics before they become any more deep seated in the mind of the public.

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