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Santorum: State Murder as a "Moral Enterprise"

• by William N. Grigg (Pro Liberate)
“God did not just give us rights,” pontificated His High Holiness Rick Santorum during a January 17 campaign stop in Lexington, South Carolina. “He gave us a moral code by which to exercise them. See, that’s what Ron Paul sort of leaves out. He leaves out [that the] rights and responsibilities that we have come from God…. And he says, `No, we just have rights, and then that’s it.’ No, we don’t. America is a moral enterprise.” And morality, Santorum believes, is best instilled through State coercion, including officially sanctioned murder.

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Comment by David Jackson
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 Morality is instilled through education and example. (The Great Pumpkin gave me my moral code...)

 Coercion is the favored tool of all social engineering slugs and mental midgets. It is how they garner "respect" and maintain control(s).

Santorum is just another wannbe thug, who fancies himself some sort of "special case", with what he wants us to believe is wisdom and reasonableness. He's a blithering idiot:  No aspersion intended on idiots who have disabilities and didn't chose to be mentally deficient.

Santorum's view of the world is equal to the Nazi concept of the final option as tough love. This guy is dangerous, only because he so unstable.

All the rights in the world don't mean diddly if nobody is willing to defend them or support those who will.

Government, by the way, really isn't supposed to have any "rights"; people have rights! Government abuses the people, takes their rights away, and "sells" them back as privileges. Some folks still remember that the government is supposed to "serve" the people:  People are not servants of the government! (When was that ever true, in your lifetime?) 


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