Santorum: Too Crazy Even For Republicans

Rick Santorum’s repulsive pandering to stupid voters by bashing colleges as “indoctrination” mills and calling Obama a “snob” for thinking kids should have the opportunity to go to college has even his fellow Republicans crying foul. At the National Governors Association meeting, no one would defend him at all.
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Tea Partiers Lap Up Anti-Education Rhetoric

Despite being justifiably mocked for his simplistic demagoguery, Rick Santorum continues to push his anti-education position and claim that Obama is trying to indoctrinate people by making college more accessible for them. TPM interviews people at a Tea Party rally in Michigan where he spoke on the subject and finds them lapping it up:
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Obama Wants FISA Amendment Challenge Dismissed

The Obama DOJ is being asked to dismiss a challenge to the 2008 FISA amendments, which were supported by Obama despite his threat to filibuster the bill, on standing grounds. There’s a great FARK headline for this: “The GOP’s conundrum: Created by Bush, so it’s good. Wait, it’s supported by Obama, so it’s bad. Crap, the ACLU is against it so it has to be good.”
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Santorum: Romney is the 99%

It’s standard operating procedure in politics to try to paint one’s opponents in the most negative ways you possibly can, but sometimes those attempts are just laughable — like when Republicans try to paint Obama as a terrorist-loving appeaser. But now they’re turning those rhetorical big guns on one another. Did you know that Mitt Romney is part of the Occupy Wall Street movement? Rick Santorum does.
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School Shooting to Promote Hysteria

There’s been another school shooting, this time in Ohio, so you know what that means. Cue the hysterical overreaction, finger pointing and hand wringing. By now, I’m sure someone has already blame it on “removing God from our schools,” or on atheism in general, or on the teaching of evolution (“if we teach kids that they’re animals, they’ll act like animals”).
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