Okay, we have some headlines that are in the Drive-By Media today. Most of them are about Santorum and how out of touch he is and how what a wacko he is and what a creep, what a fanatic. I had ’em set aside. I’ll just run through the headlines here. ABC: “New Lows Among Conservatives Mark Romney’s Popularity Problem.” This is an ABC News/Washington Post poll on Romney’s plummeting popularity with conservative Republicans. From The Right Scoop: “Santorum: Romney Uniquely Unqualified to Take on President Obama.” From the National Journal (they do The Hotline): “Santorum Argues for Religion in Government.”

Let me tell you what this one springs from. Santorum read John Kennedy’s religion speech in 1960 and said it made him wanna puke. I would not have said that it makes me want to “puke,” but that’s what Santorum said. Now, some people are saying that Santorum said he heard it. Santorum never said he heard the speech because he was only two-year-olds. He read the speech and when he became familiar with it… It was Kennedy’s famous speech. Back then people were scared to death that the Pope when he was elected that the Catholic were elected. So Kennedy’s speech was to allay their fears. And Kennedy said, there is no way any prelate is gonna be telling me what to do. There’s no way I’m gonna calling any prelate and asking what to do.

The way Santorum interpreted Kennedy’s speech was to say: “There is an absolute wall of separation of church and state, and nobody is gonna cross that line as long as I’m president. I’m not gonna cross it.” Santorum said: I don’t believe that. He thought Kennedy was saying that people of faith had no business in politics. Other people have read Kennedy’s speech or heard it, and said, “That’s not what he was saying. He was trying to assure people that he was not going to be bringing his faith and turning the Oval Office into St. Patrick’s Cathedral. Kennedy was not gonna be doing that.” Anyway, Santorum made the point the speech made him want to puke, and so we got the headline in the National Journal: “Santorum Argues for Religion in Government.”

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