A trio of South Carolina evangelicals threw their support behind Rick Santorum on Wednesday with a provocative statement that praises the former Pennsylvania senator for putting his name to “extremely politically-incorrect statements about homosexuality, heterosexuality and marital fidelity,” while rebuking front-runner Mitt Romney for “homophilia" and suggesting that his Mormon faith is “heretical.” >>>
With polls a day before the Iowa caucuses showing him getting a late surge as he tries to coalesce the evangelical vote, Rick Santorum is now pushing something we've been told is anathema to conservative values: forcibly breaking up marriages -- plunging families into chaos -- as well as giving "special privileges" to people based on sexual orientation. >>>
Rick Santorum, continuing to try to stake out territory as the most stalwart social conservative in the presidential race, tonight raked fellow GOP’er Herman Cain for his “refusal to defend traditional marriage.”
Republican presidential hopeful Rick Santorum, whose antigay metaphors of comparing napkins to paper towels and napkins to cars have become legendary, told a crowd in
Spartanburg, South Carolina, that the gay community has waged a jihad against him over his opposition to marriage equality.