In contrast, I find Rick Santorum's desire to impose his religious morality on the country through force of law to be offensive both personally and legally.
That's assuming this isn't all just posturing to distinguish himself as holier-than-the-others-in-the-clown-car.
"Gay mafia," and "anti-Christian activists."
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