Rick Santorum is being picked on like the little dork that he is over some pretty half-witted comments he made during a 2008 address at a religious forum. As anyone with an education that was actually earned through learning knows, religion and politics simply do not mix in America. However, that hasn't stopped this guy or many others in fascist-right politics from trying.
In 2008 Santorum told attendees at this little churchy thing that evolution promotes atheism. Well, he's wrong but he's also probably right. You see, most scientists in the world agree that the science of evolution is credible based on a wide degree of collected facts. On the other hand, religion is all hocus-pocus with no proof or any credibility aside from the fact that the mindless masses eat it up like sweet porridge.
Maybe he's annoyed about what happens when you Google his name, but Santorum also seems to be rather stupid and a little too focused on religion to be messing with politics. Perhaps he should just set up shop in a church and spread his nonsense from within the walls of a place where his idiocy is acceptable? If it isn't an attack on women, it's an attack on people who are not "christian." What is it with conservative Americans?
In the same 2008 speech, the presidential hopeful (too high of hopes perhaps) used the word "satan" so many times that it nearly felt like an episode of SNL with Dana Carvey as the Church Lady. Satan this, satan that.. Could it be.... Santorum?
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