Lock Your Bedroom Door: Santorum Wants Your Condoms.

From Salon, by staff writer Irin Carmon:

Here is an actual Rick Santorum 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.” And also, “Many of the Christian faith have said, well, that’s okay, contraception is okay. 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.”

That was in October 2010, not long ago. This guy wants to force you to follow his ‘morality’. He wants you to become a Catholic follower of the sick old men in the Vatican, just like he is. This is a guy who will turn the Presidency into a modern Inquisition, with condom cops breaking  down your bedroom door; roughing up your daughter and your son to make sure they aren’t thinking  about using birth control; and no doubt criminalizing any act of sex that you do just for pleasure. Sure, it starts with a condom bust, but then the deeper fanatic will start to show his fangs: masturbation will get you jail time; actual sex for fun with the opposite sex will get you flogged in the public square; sex with the same gender will get the guillotine. And women, yo, women, pay attention, your lives are going old style with a vengeance: prepare to go back to the kitchen and spend your life barefoot and pregnant if this mindless piece of arrogant religious madness gets into the White House.

Speaking to ABC News’ Jake Tapper, Santorum recently reaffirmed his opposition to Griswold v. Connecticut, the 1965 Supreme Court decision that struck down a ban on discussing or providing contraception to married couples, and established a right to privacy that would later be integral to Roe v. Wade and Lawrence v. Texas.

This atavistic pig is the best the Republicans can come up with? Or second best, according to some people in Iowa with some strange ideas on what America is about and how it should operate. (The first best is no bargain either, which the vote in Iowa seems to confirm.)

And really, think about it, why is this guy so concerned with what you do in your bedroom? Or the back seat of your car? Or out in the woods? It’s none of his business, is it?  It’s none of the government’s business, is it? But he thinks it’s important that it be his business and the government’s business. One might suppose that he thinks it will create jobs (condom police, sex police, gay security patrols), but no, he’s just got a prurient, evil mind; he’s just got himself thinking that whatever he thinks is moral (because a decrepit Pope said so) should be forced down the throat of the American public via the power of the Presidency of the United States of America. But then that’s right in line with the Republican way of ‘thinking’.

Yeah, vote Santorum, vote Condom Man. And get the rack and the Iron Maiden ready.

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7 Responses

  1. It’s a license to do things in a sexual realm that is counter to how things are supposed to be.

    Does this mean I have to send my pet watermelon back to the watermelon patch? And I was getting SO attached….

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    • I could send you a nice honeydew melon to console you. They’re not on the Santorum Index yet, as far as I know.

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      • Won’t work. Honey dew melons reminds me too much of women. “Honey do this, Honey do that!”

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        • Don’t think I didn’t see that coming!! Ha!

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  2. There aren’t enough Bible-thumping Rascal drivers in most states to give little Ricky a reasonable shot at a single other state, but there are enough mouthbreathers to elect Romney. Too bad we can’t model it linearly. Otherwise, according to my calculations, Romney can buy the national election for a mere $8.8 billion. And with Roberts Court granting unlimited Koch penetration into the American electoral system…

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    • Don’t think I didn’t notice the innuendo about Koch. Good one!! 🙂

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    • Or is that punuendo?

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