Tuesday, February 21, 2012

Nutjob Rick Santorum Defines Strategies of Satan at the Ave Maria University

Ave Maria University, centerpiece of the gated pure white Catholic town of Ave Maria in Naples Florida, in 2008, was ground zero in Rick Santorum’s holy war, catholic sharia jihad, against Satan.

No porn on cable in Ave Maria, or condoms or contraceptives at the pharmacy, and no chocolate ice cream served. Only Vanilla! The town that Domino’s Pizza built.

Santorum was using the devil-tinged language after explaining Obama's position on abortion.  He quoted Bishop Samuel Aquila of Fargo, North Dakota, who said at the time, “Catholics who support so-called ‘abortion rights’ support a false right, promote a culture of death and are guarded by the father of lies."
"This is not a political war at all, this is not a culture war at all, this is a spiritual war," Santorum said, according to a recording of the speech on the university's website. "And the father of lies has his sights on what you think the father of lies, Satan, would have his sights on.  A good, decent, powerful, influential country, the United States of America."
The speech gained a new life this week when it surfaced on the website Right Wing Watch and was then picked up by the Drudge Report and a host of media outlets.
"If you were Satan, who would you attack?" the former U.S. senator asked the students.  "There's no one else to go after other than the United States, and that's been the case, for now, almost 200 years."
Santorum went on to explain how he thought the devil had attacked the United States in several areas: its foundations, academia, the Protestant Church and government.
Satan had relatively little success attacking the founders and the foundation of the country, said Santorum, who is a practicing Catholic.  But time, like an acid, wore away America's great institutions, "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," he said.
Santorum said Satan was first, and most successfully, attacked academia.  Once academia fell to pride and its own truths, he said, the Protestant Church fell next in the United States.
"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," he said.

Bishop “Ham Sandwich” Lori – Makes no F*cking Sense – Jon Stewart

Bishop Lori’s Kosher Deli Parable before Congress, comparing birth control to unclean Jewish food, did not hit the mark with Jon Stewart. 4:40 to 6:30 on video.