Santorum's argument (after reading the first 39 pages) is that if you're in a relationship and living with that person outside of marriage, you're a t
June 30, 2005

Santorum's argument (after reading the first 39 pages) is that if you're in a relationship and living with that person outside of marriage, you're a threat to society... doesn't make a difference if you're gay, straight, bi, whatever. If you don't have a ton of kids, you're a threat to society because it will be easier for your marriage to unravel, etc."

"Santorum is one of the stalwart defenders of human life and the pro-family cause, and his leadership within the halls of government has been invaluable to our nation and its people.”—James C. Dobson, Founder and Chairman, Focus on the Family"

I can see the two men liking each other so much. They both have a thing for dogs.

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