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06/23/2014

Audio: Rick Santorum caters to extreme radio host Bryan Fischer; warns of gay equality, war, jailed priests

by Jeremy Hooper

The fact that Rick Santorum would cater to a radio host who has literally called for gay people to be rounded up and jailed is really the statement here. But just for added color, here's the tone of what the former presidential candidate and U.S. Senator conveyed to the shockingly anti-gay host and his audience:

Or, you know, Rick, you could just stop pretending that you and your viewpoints get to own and control America, coupled with that anyone who wiggles away from your unfair, discriminatory, and offensive schackles is failing to know his or her place. You'd be shocked how few people would object to your wishes to live and pray and think and preach in peace, if that were truly what you and the social conservatives sought as your goal.

But that's not the goal, and you know it, Rick Santorum. Showing up on shows like Fischer's only solidifies the true agenda at work.

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