Rick Santorum: good for blood pressure, bad for brains

Posted: 07/02/2014 in Screwed
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Rick Santorum is good for my health.  If the conservative movement hadn’t created him, the political cartoonist union would have.  He is soooooo funny!  Since I spend much of my time clenching my teeth in impotent rage, it’s important for me to find some way to lower my blood pressure.  Laughter is one of the best ways.  Petting an animal comes in second.  And, as he proved in his most recent presidential bid, nobody comes in second to Rick Santorum.  Especially in the “saying insane things that nobody in their right mind would say out loud” category.  If only the things he says didn’t make my brain hurt.

This week the biggest Santorum “funny” is his quote about who should get to vote (hint: their last name should be Santorum).  You see, somebody read a history book to Rick and he discovered that our Founding Fathers (those most saintly and perfect of men) thought that only landowners should get to vote.  His response as a land owner?   “Now you could say that’s horrible, that’s terrible. Well, maybe it was, maybe it wasn’t. But it was a decision that was made to make sure that there was some continuity and stability within the government that was consistent with the values that the government was founded upon.”  In other words, only white religious the right kind of people should have a say on who gets into office (hint: their last name should be Santorum).

That would make sense if you were the type of person who thought there were just too many poor, non-white, non-male, minorities in government.  You know the type.  Hint: their last name is Santorum.

Rick Santorum is good for my health.  Just, please Lord, don’t make any more of him.  I don’t think my brain could stand it.

RSflakes

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