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March 19, 2012

Rick Santorum's Pastor

Right Wing Watch has posted this video of Rick Santorum being introduced by Greenwell Springs Baptist Church pastor Dennis Terry. Their descrition of the content:

Greenwell Springs Baptist Church pastor Dennis Terry introduced presidential candidate Rick Santorum and Family Research Council president Tony Perkins tonight in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, with a rousing speech railing against liberals and non-Christians and condemning abortion rights, "sexual perversion," same-sex marriage and secular government. Terry said that America "was founded as a Christian nation" and those that disagree with him should "get out! We don't worship Buddha, we don't worship Mohammad, we don't worship Allah!" Terry, who has a long history of attacks against the gay community, went on to criticize marriage equality for gays and lesbians, and said that the economy can only recover when we "put God back" in government.

There was a flap about what Obama's preacher would say in his sermons.  You could infer from this that Dennis Terry wants non-Christians to leave the country. Will Rick Santorum be called on to repudiate this rant?

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A tape of the same speech from a different camera shows Santorum applauding Dennis Terry's hateful rant. This is what Santorum himself believes; why would he repudiate it? This is your country on Santorum.

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