Separation of Church, State. Did Rick Santorum sleep through constitutional law?
Separation between church and state is part of the foundation that made the U.S. great. Just observe the many punitive theocracies in the world.
Santorum doesn’t respect the separation between church and state and his regressive views on contraception, abortion, gay people and disdain for higher education make it surprising that Mitt Romney didn’t win bigger during Super Tuesday.
The race continues. Observers on either side can’t look away. Barbara Bush remarked that the race is the worst she’s ever seen.
I noted that the candidates rattle their sabers against Iran, yet couldn’t stand up to Rush Limbaugh regarding his extended attack on Sandra Fluke. Only Ron Paul provided a remotely appropriate comment.
Thanks to Georgia (and Mr. Adelson) Gingrich survived to fight another day.
Ron Paul continues on, perhaps to be reckoned with at the convention, but is Sarah Palin or Jeb Bush waiting in the wings?
The elephant in the room may be whether evangelical voters will accept Romney’s Mormon faith.
Santorum’s dogged survival indicates a social-conservative popularity that may demand that Romney twist himself into positions that would cause even Gumby to reach for the Excedrin — or something stronger.