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Santorum: U.S. needs 'Jesus candidate'

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Speaking Thursday night in New Hampshire, GOP presidential candidate Rick Santorum -- first runner-up in this week's Iowa Caucuses -- shared that he believes America "always need[s] a Jesus candidate."
 
According to Santorum, that was his response during a radio interview earlier in the day when the interviewer stated: "We don't need a Jesus candidate, we need an economic candidate."

ABC News reports that the former Pennsylvania senator continued his explanation before the crowd of more than 600 at Windham High School.

"We need someone who believes in something more than themselves and not just the economy," Santorum commented. "When we say 'God bless America,' do we mean it or do we just say it?"

4 Comments in Response to

Comment by David McElroy
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 We need Jesus, but not Santorum. Christ is a libertarian, which means Ron Paul is closer to the real deal.

Comment by Ed Price
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Okay, okay! The money says "In God We Trust." But you get the picture, right?

Comment by Ed Price
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So, we don't need a Jesus candidate? But we need an economic candidate? And "God bless America?"

When a politician says anything like the above, he shows what a hypocrite he is. After all, what is the most common place in the America that says "God bless America?" Isn't it on the money - the coins the paper? Doesn't that have to do with the economy? Isn't money the god of most of Congress, the President and the Judicial?

If these folks wanted to get the real Jesus into politics, they would start by obeying their Oaths of Office... by getting rid of the central bank, the Federal reserve, something mandated by the Constitution. They would place money back under the Treasury where it is supposed to be. And then they would allow private banking by anyone who wanted to start any kind of bank with his own currency anywhere in the country.

If they implemented the above, then and only then would talk about a Jesus candidate by a politician START to make any truthful sense at all.

Comment by Alexander Victorio
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 As a Christian I find it really retarded and offensive to try and liken a canidate to Jesus Christ. For caniddate Satan-or-Um to say that shows how far from being a Christian he really is.


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