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30-03-2012, 01:54 PM
Karen Santorum providing the LULZ.
Rick Santorum's wife Karen was very reluctant when her husband started thinking about running for president; but, a year and a half later, she says it was impossible to ignore "God's will." Karen Santorum, in an interview with Fox News, said it took a very long time to make the decision, because she had originally "totally closed the door to the idea." The former senator was focused on being a father-- coaching little league and watching softball games. So, her husband asked her to start praying about it. "In the end, despite my resistance, when God asks something - you do it. And so we are on the path."
That path has been a long one.
And now, Mrs. Santorum says they are "in it for the long haul." In fact, she is looking ahead to Tampa. In an interview with Fox News, Mrs. Santorum dialed back expectations in Rick Santorum's home state, saying they are "hoping for the best" in the Pennsylvania in a few weeks. But she did point out Pennsylvania is a blue state, and "it's important to remember there were four races before the last one, that we won." She is referring to her husband's failed Senate re-election bid in 2006.
Some in the media may be surprised to hear the former senator described as "an eternal optimist" but that how Mrs. Santorum sees her husband. She claims the media portrays her husband as someone he is not. "He is compassionate, has a heart of gold. They make it seem like he can't talk about more than social issues."
The words she uses to describe the presidential candidate? Tickle monster, freeze tag man, game king, pancake maker -- not often the ones used in blogs and articles about the former Senator.
Karen Santorum insists running is always hardest on the spouse. But, she likes being what she describes as a very big part of the campaign. Karen Santorum says her relationship with her husband is a partnership, and she appears to view the campaign that way as well. The registered neo-natal nurse and former lawyer calls herself as "a news junkie" and says she talks about issues and appearances with her husband every day.
For those who don't see a place for religion in politics, she counters, "Our Christian faith is everything to us. It's so important to pick a leader who comes to the table with strong Christian principles." She insists, while it's important people know where her husband is coming from, "he's not going to make people do things they don't want to do."
Mrs. Santorum claims the campaign isn't about her husband. She says he is running as a calling, adding that every day he prays: "Lord here I am. I'm your servant. What do you want from me today?"


Read more: http://politics.blogs.foxnews.com/2012/0...z1qdENXZpi

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30-03-2012, 02:13 PM
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(30-03-2012 01:54 PM)germanyt Wrote:  Rick Santorum's wife Karen was very reluctant when her husband started thinking about running for president; but, a year and a half later, she says it was impossible to ignore "God's will." Karen Santorum, in an interview with Fox News, said it took a very long time to make the decision, because she had originally "totally closed the door to the idea." The former senator was focused on being a father-- coaching little league and watching softball games. So, her husband asked her to start praying about it. "In the end, despite my resistance, when God asks something - you do it. And so we are on the path."
That path has been a long one.
And now, Mrs. Santorum says they are "in it for the long haul." In fact, she is looking ahead to Tampa. In an interview with Fox News, Mrs. Santorum dialed back expectations in Rick Santorum's home state, saying they are "hoping for the best" in the Pennsylvania in a few weeks. But she did point out Pennsylvania is a blue state, and "it's important to remember there were four races before the last one, that we won." She is referring to her husband's failed Senate re-election bid in 2006.
Some in the media may be surprised to hear the former senator described as "an eternal optimist" but that how Mrs. Santorum sees her husband. She claims the media portrays her husband as someone he is not. "He is compassionate, has a heart of gold. They make it seem like he can't talk about more than social issues."
The words she uses to describe the presidential candidate? Tickle monster, freeze tag man, game king, pancake maker -- not often the ones used in blogs and articles about the former Senator.
Karen Santorum insists running is always hardest on the spouse. But, she likes being what she describes as a very big part of the campaign. Karen Santorum says her relationship with her husband is a partnership, and she appears to view the campaign that way as well. The registered neo-natal nurse and former lawyer calls herself as "a news junkie" and says she talks about issues and appearances with her husband every day.
For those who don't see a place for religion in politics, she counters, "Our Christian faith is everything to us. It's so important to pick a leader who comes to the table with strong Christian principles." She insists, while it's important people know where her husband is coming from, "he's not going to make people do things they don't want to do."
Mrs. Santorum claims the campaign isn't about her husband. She says he is running as a calling, adding that every day he prays: "Lord here I am. I'm your servant. What do you want from me today?"


Read more: http://politics.blogs.foxnews.com/2012/0...z1qdENXZpi
So when was it that Karen learned that Rick was God?

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30-03-2012, 02:19 PM
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(30-03-2012 02:13 PM)Logica Humano Wrote:  
(30-03-2012 01:54 PM)germanyt Wrote:  Rick Santorum's wife Karen was very reluctant when her husband started thinking about running for president; but, a year and a half later, she says it was impossible to ignore "God's will." Karen Santorum, in an interview with Fox News, said it took a very long time to make the decision, because she had originally "totally closed the door to the idea." The former senator was focused on being a father-- coaching little league and watching softball games. So, her husband asked her to start praying about it. "In the end, despite my resistance, when God asks something - you do it. And so we are on the path."
That path has been a long one.
And now, Mrs. Santorum says they are "in it for the long haul." In fact, she is looking ahead to Tampa. In an interview with Fox News, Mrs. Santorum dialed back expectations in Rick Santorum's home state, saying they are "hoping for the best" in the Pennsylvania in a few weeks. But she did point out Pennsylvania is a blue state, and "it's important to remember there were four races before the last one, that we won." She is referring to her husband's failed Senate re-election bid in 2006.
Some in the media may be surprised to hear the former senator described as "an eternal optimist" but that how Mrs. Santorum sees her husband. She claims the media portrays her husband as someone he is not. "He is compassionate, has a heart of gold. They make it seem like he can't talk about more than social issues."
The words she uses to describe the presidential candidate? Tickle monster, freeze tag man, game king, pancake maker -- not often the ones used in blogs and articles about the former Senator.
Karen Santorum insists running is always hardest on the spouse. But, she likes being what she describes as a very big part of the campaign. Karen Santorum says her relationship with her husband is a partnership, and she appears to view the campaign that way as well. The registered neo-natal nurse and former lawyer calls herself as "a news junkie" and says she talks about issues and appearances with her husband every day.
For those who don't see a place for religion in politics, she counters, "Our Christian faith is everything to us. It's so important to pick a leader who comes to the table with strong Christian principles." She insists, while it's important people know where her husband is coming from, "he's not going to make people do things they don't want to do."
Mrs. Santorum claims the campaign isn't about her husband. She says he is running as a calling, adding that every day he prays: "Lord here I am. I'm your servant. What do you want from me today?"


Read more: http://politics.blogs.foxnews.com/2012/0...z1qdENXZpi
So when was it that Karen learned that Rick was God?
She prayed out OH GOD! OH GOD! and Rick said "I'm coming".









































Too lude?

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30-03-2012, 02:24 PM
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(30-03-2012 02:19 PM)germanyt Wrote:  
(30-03-2012 02:13 PM)Logica Humano Wrote:  So when was it that Karen learned that Rick was God?
She prayed out OH GOD! OH GOD! and Rick said "I'm coming".
Too lude?

False.

That would suggest one is allowed to take pleasure in sex. Sex is only for reproduction.
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30-03-2012, 02:26 PM
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(30-03-2012 02:24 PM)kineo Wrote:  
(30-03-2012 02:19 PM)germanyt Wrote:  She prayed out OH GOD! OH GOD! and Rick said "I'm coming".
Too lude?

False.

That would suggest one is allowed to take pleasure in sex. Sex is only for reproduction.
I think that's just Mormons. Tongue Christians are okay as long as there is no foreplay and it's only missionary.

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30-03-2012, 02:28 PM
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Plus that would be taking the Lords name in vain. Santorum and his wife are incapable of sin.. he makes pancakes for Christs sakes!~oops!

Well she may be right on one regard. I'm not sure if he supported the whole evasive tests before someone wants an abortion legitmately or not... otherwise he doesn't seem be actively trying to force people to do anything. He just wants the nation to do absolutely nothing but praise the lord and follow anything but the brain.. yet they bash the one religion that puts Jesus in America? Be serious, that's obviously the true one.
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30-03-2012, 02:33 PM
RE: Karen Santorum providing the LULZ.
Rick Santorum on sex:

Quote:[Sex] is supposed to be within marriage. It's supposed to be for
purposes that are yes, conjugal… but also procreative. That's the
perfect way that a sexual union should happen…. This is special and it
needs to be seen as special.



He also maintained that contraception is "a license to do things in a sexual realm that is counter to how things are supposed to be."
Src: http://www.esquire.com/blogs/politics/ri...on-6632083

Ok, I skewed it a bit, but it's more funny that way. Big Grin

Quote:"One of the things I will talk about, that no president has talked about before, is I think the dangers of contraception in this country. It's not okay. It's a license to do things in a sexual realm that is counter to how things are supposed to be."
src: http://www.esquire.com/blogs/politics/ri...on-6520438
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