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Article posted Jul 08 2007, 9:50 PM Category: Commentary Source: Prison Planet Print

Santorum Suggest New Terror Attacks Will Change View Of War

Former Senator predicts "unfortunate events" within a year that will alter perceptions
By Paul Joseph Watson

In an alarming display of fearmongering, former Republican Senator Rick Santorum has suggested that a series of "unfortunate events," namely terrorist attacks, will occur within the next year and change American citizen's perception of the war.

Appearing on the Hugh Hewitt radio show, Santorum also hyped the necessity of "confronting Iran in the Middle East," and predicted that Giuliani, Romney and Fred Thompson would be the three surviving Republican candidates who would go head to head in the race for the nomination.

Santorum went on to clearly imply that terror attacks will occur inside America which will alter the body politic and lead to a reversal of the anti-war sentiment now dominating the country.

"Between now and November, a lot of things are going to happen, and I believe that by this time next year, the American public’s going to have a very different view of this war, and it will be because, I think, of some unfortunate events, that like we’re seeing unfold in the UK. But I think the American public’s going to have a very different view," said the former senator from Pennsylvania.

Is Santorum expressing foreknowledge of some coming atrocity or is he merely using a tactic familiar to the leadership of his party - exploiting the fear of terror for the purposes of political rhetoric?

Last month, the new chairman of the Arkansas Republican Party Dennis Milligan said that there needed to be more attacks on American soil for President Bush to regain popular approval.

"At the end of the day, I believe fully the president is doing the right thing, and I think all we need is some attacks on American soil like we had on [Sept. 11, 2001]," Milligan told the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, "And the naysayers will come around very quickly to appreciate not only the commitment for President Bush, but the sacrifice that has been made by men and women to protect this country," he concluded.

Yearning for new mass casualty terror attacks for political gain is a GOP strategy - Milligan is merely parroting what was written in a leaked confidential memo that was circulated among senior Republican leaders in late 2005.

"A confidential memo circulating among senior Republican leaders suggests that a new attack by terrorists on U.S. soil could reverse the sagging fortunes of President George W. Bush as well as the GOP and "restore his image as a leader of the American people," reported Capitol Hill Blue on November 12, 2005.

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Posted: Apr 15 2008, 7:39 PM


Posted: May 12 2008, 12:10 PM

8597 Hope one day people will learn to live together, and all terror groups like Al-Qaeda, who try to stop modern cultures grow, or PKK, Kurdish child killers, who try to divide, take over countries and name it Kurdistan will be history. Killing innocent civilians is a crime against humanity. We will never allow them succeed. God bless all those innocents murdered in terror attacks.

Posted: May 12 2008, 7:49 PM

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Rick Santorum
AKA Richard John Santorum

Born: 10-May-1958
Birthplace: Winchester, VA

Gender: Male
Religion: Roman Catholic
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Politician
Party Affiliation: Republican

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: US Senator from Pennsylvania, 1995-2007

In his short career as a lawyer before going into politics, Rick Santorum's most notable client was the World Wrestling Entertainment, then called the World Wrestling Federation. He worked to shield WWE from federal regulations on the use of steroids, arguing that since wrestling was not a sport the rules should not apply. Santorum ran for Congress in 1990, four years after getting his law degree, running ads criticizing the incumbent for representing Pennsylvania while owning a house in Virginia and living there most of the year. By law, of course, legislators must live in the location they represent, but Virginia is within easy driving distance of Washington DC while Pennsylvania is two hours further north on the highway. Santorum won the election, and held his seat in the House for two terms before being elected to the Senate in 1994.

In two terms in the Senate, he became best known for his stalwart stand against gay rights and, more broadly, gayness in general, although Santorum prefers the words 'homosexual' or 'sodomites'. In a 2003 interview he likened sodomy to adultery, polygamy, and incest as "antithetical to a healthy, stable, traditional family". He has compared the idea of homosexual marriage to "man on child, man on dog, or whatever the case may be," and said, "If the Supreme Court says that you have the right to consensual [gay] sex within your home, then you have the right to bigamy, you have the right to polygamy, you have the right to incest, you have the right to adultery. You have the right to anything." Deeply concerned about sexual acts between consenting adults, Santorum has argued that the government can regulate private consensual sexual acts, and he has specifically complained that the 1966 Supreme Court decision in Griswold v Connecticut, which established Americans' right to privacy, was wrong. The Griswold case was not about gay rights, but overturned state laws prohibiting the use of contraceptives.

In a 2002 article about the controversy over Catholic priests molesting young children, Santorum wrote, "It is startling that those in the media and academia appear most disturbed by this aberrant behavior, since they have zealously promoted moral relativism by sanctioning 'private' moral matters such as alternative lifestyles." In Washington, he led a weekly devotions session for other Catholics in Congress, but Democrats were not allowed to attend. In 2001, he tried to attach an amendment to Bush's No Child Left Behind Act that would have mandated that public schools teach "intelligent design" alongside evolution.

Santorum always opposed abortion, although he prefered to use the word 'infanticide', and his arguments seemed to be very deeply felt. When his wife miscarried in 1996, they named the dead fetus Gabriel after the Biblical archangel, and brought its lifeless body to his family. Their children, including three kids under seven, spent several hours cuddling and kissing Gabriel, singing lullabies in his ear, because Santorum wanted them to "absorb and understand that they had a brother." Santorum's wife wrote a book of Letters to Gabriel, a collection of prayers and anti-abortion arguments, including a stirring call for Gabriel's support of anti-abortion legislation, and Santorum has read from the book in debate on the Senate floor.

In 2005, Santorum proposed legislation that would have blocked the National Weather Service from providing information about weather to the general public. His intent was apparently to help AccuWeather, a Pennsylvania firm, drive viewers to their web pages and away from the Weather Service's site. The legislation did not pass, but later that year when New Orleans was devastated by Hurricane Katrina, Santorum said that the National Weather Service had given "no warning, or not sufficient warning in my opinion" about the storm's path. In reality, the Weather Service issued loud and accurate warnings days in advance about what was to come from Katrina.

Santorum once said that "the ultimate homeland security issue" is making sure sodomites and homosexuals cannot marry each other. As communist North Korea announced its nuclear weapons program, Santorum said that Iran was a bigger nuclear threat, because Korean dictator Kim Jong Il "doesn't want to die; he wants to watch NBA basketball". Santorum used the auspices of J. R. R. Tolkien's Lord of the Rings to explain the Iraq war: "As the hobbits are going up Mount Doom, the Eye of Mordor is being drawn somewhere else. It's being drawn to Iraq and it's not being drawn to the U.S. You know what? I want to keep it on Iraq. I don't want the Eye to come back here to the United States." Numerous times, Santorum claimed that Saddam Hussein's alleged weapons of mass destruction were found in Iraq, alluding to small quantities of decades-old chemical weapons found during the 2003 invasion of Iraq, and announced then with little fanfare. After a Defense Department spokesman flatly told Fox News that these vastly degraded weapons, left over from Iraq's 1980s war against Iran, were "not the WMDs for which this country went to war", Santorum replied that he would "wait and see what the actual Defense Department formally says".

Along with Dick Armey, Tom DeLay, and Grover Norquist, Santorum was at the center of the Republicans' tactic of pressuring lobbying firms to hire only Republicans. At regularly scheduled once-weekly meetings held since Republicans took Congress and in 1994, Santorum and other leading Republicans were provided with a list of job openings at lobbying companies, and literally told the lobbyists who to hire -- always well-connected Republicans. It was called the "K Street Project" because most lobbying firms have offices on Washington's K Street, but the system backfired when the lobbyists' "freeze-out" of Democrats became so successful that all the legislators on the take from crooked lobbyist Jack Abramoff were Republicans. When the arrangement was first reported in 2006, Santorum denied it was true and claimed to not even know Abramoff. When it was proven that Abramoff had been involved, Santorum announced that the "K Street" meetings had been ended. Months later it was reported that the meetings between lobbyists and Republicans were still being held at the same time, place, and day, once weekly. In 2006, the non-partisan Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington named Santorum one of the twenty most corrupt US legislators.

He lost his Senate seat in 2006 (in a landslide to Bob Casey, Jr., losing 41% to 59%), and in an ironic finale to his public career, a major issue in the campaign was that Santorum was living in a house he owned in Virginia -- not in Pennsylvania. Further, he had taken a second mortgage on his Virginia home from a private bank that serves only "affluent investors and institutions", a bank which requires that borrowers have assets far in excess of anything Santorum reported in his public financial disclosure reports.

Father: (psychologist)
Mother: (nurse)
Sister: (older)
Brother: Dan Santorum (younger)
Wife: Karen Garver (former nurse, m. 1990, 7 children)
Daughter: Elizabeth Anne Santorum
Son: Richard John Santorum, Jr.
Son: Daniel James Santorum
Son: Gabriel Michael Santorum (d. 11-Oct-1996, prematurely after 20 weeks in utero)
Daughter: Sarah Maria Santorum
Son: Peter Kenneth Santorum
Son: Patrick Francis Santorum

High School: Carmel High School, Mundelein, IL (1976)
University: BA Political Science, Pennsylvania State University (1980)
University: MBA, University of Pittsburgh (1981)
Law School: JD, Dickinson School of Law, Carlisle, PA (1986)

US Senator, Pennsylvania (1995-2007)
US Congressman, Pennsylvania 18th (1991-95)
Pennsylvania State Official Asst. to State Sen. J. Doyle Corman (1981-86)
The Philadelphia Inquirer Columnist (2007-)
Ethics and Public Policy Center Senior Fellow (2007-)
Israel Project Board of Advisors
Leadership Institute Bi-Partisan Congressional Advisory Board
Pennsylvania Bar Association 1986
Rotary International
Thomas More Law Center Advisory Board
Washington Legal Foundation National Board of Advisors
Tau Epsilon Phi Fraternity
Time Magazine 25 Most Influential Evangelicals in America
Eponyms santorum
Italian Ancestry Paternal
Risk Factors: Homophobia, Toupee

Official Website:

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san-TOR-um n. A frothy mixture of lube and fecal matter that is sometimes the by-product of anal sex. See also: Sen. Rick Santorum (R - PA).
In April 2003, Republican senator Rick Santorum made some asinine comments in defense of laws banning gay sex. While this in itself may seem unremarkable, many people were amazed at how much detail he went into. Rick wasn't satisfied to call it 'degenerate' and move on. He really, really wanted to talk about sex, so he told the Associated Press: "If the Supreme Court says that you have a right to consensual sex within your home, then you have the right to bigamy, you have the right to polygamy, you have the right to incest, you have the right to adultery. You have the right to anything." Well, little did he know that two months later the Supreme Court would rule anti-sodomy laws unconstitutional... whoops!

It's not every day that a U.S. Senator squirts out a nugget like that. Public outcry was considerable, yet readers of Dan Savage's syndicated sex column Savage Love feared the ensuing scandal would soon be flushed away and forgotten. Acting on the suggestion of a reader, Savage issued this challenge:

There's no better way to memorialize the Santorum scandal than by attaching his name to a sex act that would make his big, white teeth fall out of his big, empty head. And don't doubt for a moment that Savage Love readers have that power. Savage Love readers selected "pegging" for a woman doing a man in the ass with a strap-on dildo—much to my Aunt Peggy's dismay—and "pegging" is already showing up in dictionaries of sexual slang. So, readers: Should a "Santorum" be a common or a rare sex act? Vanilla or kinky? Sweet or gruesome?
Submissions were published in a later column, readers voted, and the lube-fecal matter concoction entry won by a landslide:

While I agree with the spirit of naming something objectionable (to him) after Rick Santorum, I think it should be a substance, not an act. I would never want to Santorum anyone I liked. What a turnoff. Instead, I think it would be better to name some kind of sexual byproduct after him. After all, ending up with idiots like Santorum in elected office is a byproduct of the otherwise desirable practice of letting any old yokel vote. Specifically, I nominate the frothy mixture of lube and fecal matter that is sometimes the byproduct of anal sex. As in, "We had a great time, but we got Santorum all over the sheets." Or better yet, "Before I sodomize my gay, unmarried dog, I like to give him an enema so there won't be any Santorum."
—Wipe Up That Santorum, Anal Pokers

Since then, efforts to promote use of the word have had considerable success.

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Posted: May 27 2008, 12:34 AM

209148 The American Illuminati - Uncle Samazzel wants you for the Government of God. US Army, Homeland Security, Central Intelligence Agency and the Defense Intelligence Agency. "Manifest Destiny - The Bold, The Proud, The Few."

Posted: Jul 13 2008, 1:41 PM

8217 this didnt even tell me anythin bout my homework i am surposed 2 do tis 4 ma homework research why the us view changed about vietnam ?

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Posted: Jan 12 2009, 12:21 AM

7163 I think there is no doubt there will be some bad terrorist attacks very soon. I don't know what the democrats who love to do deals with dictators will do then. They certainly cannot blame all of the new attacks on Bush and believe me it is not a matter of if but of when with respect to the new attacks. By this time next year Americans will be in a totally different frame of mind with respect to both our failing economy and terrorism as the major themes dictating everyone's quality of life.

Posted: Oct 30 2012, 1:09 PM

108237 Santorum is an even bigger idiot that I thought he was if he actually believes that anything will improve people's opinions of war.
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