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Santorum attacks Obama’s religious beliefs

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It may endear him to the conservative religious groups he’s addressing. But this kind of rhetoric, challenging the religious beliefs of the president, is enough to make others squirm.

Not only did Rick Santorum attack Obama’s religious beliefs. He did it twice. Calling them a “phony theology.”

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4 thoughts on “Santorum attacks Obama’s religious beliefs”

  1. So the WaPo speaks for Santorum? If Democrats are worried about people commenting on others’ religions, they should clean their own house first. At least half of their shock over Satorum’s comments is fabricated.

  2. I still believe the President is a seeker: whatever faith he follows is unimportant (as long as it is within the law of the land) it is what he does as President that matters:

    I would prefer Sen. Santorum to talk about the First Amendment and the current nibbling at it.

    We’ve managed to avoid religious conflict in this country and I hope it will stay that way.

  3. Santorum is scary; he is talking like the dopes who thought women’s suffrage was okay. There is no place for his beliefs in politics; he can keep them but needs to make sure they are part of his own personal relationship with God – not our entire country’s relationship with God.

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