Santorum: Zimmerman ‘Has a Very Sick Mind,’ Motive ‘A Malicious One’

Jeff Poor, The Daily Caller, March 25, 2012

On “Face the Nation” Sunday on CBS, Republican presidential hopeful Rick Santorum explained that his view of the Trayvon Martin shooting differed significantly from the one held by former House Speaker Newt Gingrich.

Gingrich was critical of President Barack Obama’s reaction, but Santorum placed the blame on accused shooter George Zimmerman’s mental state.

“Well, you know, obviously, I’m not privy to what’s going on in someone’s mind,” Santorum said. “Obviously, in my opinion, someone … has a very sick mind who would pursue someone like this. This is clearly a heinous act. You know, there are a lot of people who have a lot of distorted views of reality. It’s a tragic, tragic case.”

“And my heart goes out to the parents, too. I can’t imagine what they’re suffering, losing their son in such a horrific way. All I would say is that, whatever the motive is, it was a malicious one, and a very, very tragic one.”

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“All I can say is that, again, there are a lot of people who have very perverted views of reality and obviously have, as we see, people who do horrible things for seemingly senseless reasons,” Santorum said.

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[Editor’s Note: The video of Mr. Santorum’s comments is available here.]

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  • B

    Comments on a person’s mental state coming from someone who, with absolutely zero evidence, believes there is an invisible god in the sky watching his every move, is supposed to mean what? Santorum is a delusional fool. 

  • Good to see another so called responsible politician jumping to conclusions in the absence of fact and helping to undermine the concept of innocent until proven guilty.    It is this kind of Republican that just makes me want to stay home come election day.  They don’t represent us and they are complicit in the racial replacement of white America.   Globalist tools all of them.  Does this guy think weighing into this issue is going to get him the black vote?  What an idiot.

  • Santorum is a very unbalanced person. He’s not marginalized, yet, only because Evangelicals harbor hardly explicable religious bigotry against Romney.

    Religion stuff is not- IMO- a negligible variable. Various Christians- traditional & newer variants like Christian Science, Mormons, Jews, atheists, ..are OK . Muslims, Hindus, Buddhists,..- well, not, sorry, too different. Nor are Wicca, Scientologists or Satanists.
    The latter kind can go to Hollywood.

    • haroldcrews

      Not an evangelical in an affiliated sense myself but besides the Mormon impediments Romney has earned a reputation of a flip-flopper concerning several issues important to evangelicals; namely abortion and homosexual ‘marriage’.

      • I haven’t said that Romney had a reliable political personality & a sense of vision (far from that).  Just- and here is a gulf between strong Christian believers and secularists or people who have a sense of the sacred, but not in a literal sense:

        * abortion is not the central issue. Without it, the US would have been 20+% Black.
        * homosex “marriage”- also. Who cares ?

        Priorities are:

        * strict control of the south border
        * change of immigration laws
        * end to affirmative action
        * revitalization of (mostly White) middle class
        * end of all forced desegregation
        * …

      • jackryanvb

        So these White Evangelicals are obsessed with abortion rights for the likes of the family of Trayvon Martin….

        And they’re obsessed with hating on White LDS Mormons…….

        Please everyone pray to JESUS that he will RAPTURE these clueless idiots out of our country.

        Any White person reading American Renaissance needs to understand what is going on / at stake in this Trayvon Martin fake hate crime – it’s the right of Black thugs, Black mobs to terrorize us, kill us and become Civil Rights heroes in the process.

    •  You place Buddhism & Hinduism in the same league as Islam? Seriously, what are you smoking?

  • bubo

    Still the stupid party I see.  Just stop trying to appease blacks, Rick.  This goes for all Republicans.  Just stop.   You will never get the black vote.  Write them off.  

    • haroldcrews

      Pretty much the same with Hispanics excluding Cubans.  They are firmly in the Democratic camp unless a division between blacks and Hispanics force the latter out.

  • Floooob

    Blacks ransack a store in Miami over Trayvon!:

    http://www.local10.com/news/Police-Trayvon-protesters-ransack-store/-/1717324/9719674/-/xctonpz/-/index.html

    Police: Trayvon protesters ransack store

    North Miami Beach Walgreens incident caught on video
     

    • The_Bobster

      It was just a matter of time. Let the games begin.

    • I lived there in the 1950’s-1980.  NMB is not on the barrier island of Miami Beach, it is a separate city north of Miami.  It was a paradise in the 60’s.  The street location  of the drug store is very near the 163st shopping center, a wonderful outdoors mall in the 1960’s.  This area began to change in the late 70’s as a trickle of blacks and strange foreigners started claiming houses and apartments.  The mall, lays there now as a bloated decaying whale on shore.  A victim to the obvious, just as hundreds of malls and shopping centers have fallen under the “urban scourage”.  I am not surprised by this negro flash mob and I will not be surprised that worse is coming down there.  Any white traveling in the urban areas of Florida, be warned, when it comes it will happen without much warning and they will target you.  This will not be a stone thrown at your car experience, it will be an all out tribal war and they have killed horribly in the past.

      • haroldcrews

        So no tourist season this year in Florida or perhaps just a greatly subdued one?

  • IstvanIN

    Why can’t the white race traitors just stay quiet? 

    • ncpride

      Why indeed. Santorum reminds me of Meghan McCain when she slammed the Arizona Immigration Law. Again, this from the mouth of a spoiled, pampered, rich chubby brat, that has never watched her once quiet, safe neighborhood become a gang infested, high crime hell hole from the hordes across the border, whose only contact with immigrants is the hired help. Until these ‘elites’ come and live among us lowly citizens, they should keep their mouths shut about things they have no clue about, and get off their moral high horse, and stop passing judgement on the rest of us.

      • Thank you, that is after all most of our experiences in this once great nation.

  • ncpride

    “Obviously, in my opinion, someone … has a very sick mind who would pursue someone like this. This is clearly a heinous act. You know, there are a lot of people who have a lot of distorted views of reality. It’s a tragic, tragic case.”

    This from the mouth of someone who has clearly never had much, if any, interaction with blacks. Yes Rick, there ARE a lot of people who have distorted views of reality, yours being the most distorted of all. Go back to your own lily White gated community, and stop talking about things you obviously know nothing about. As per usual, leave all that wonder diversity for us average joes to deal with.

  • anmpr1

    What this shows is that Rick is getting all his news from mainstream press snippets fed to him by his advisers.  How else could he ever say anything so ignorant and devoid of any serious understanding of the facts?  This man is clueless, but it’s not surprising. 

    Of course the other alternative is that he knows the facts, but is pandering to minorities and liberals.  Either way it demonstrates that he is likely unfit to be President.  But most of us knew that anyhow.

  • I agree with him 100% on religion, but disagree here.  I wonder if any of the four Republican candidates will come out as a Trayvon-realist?  possibly Gingrich or Paul

  • Hirschibold

    Santorum turned me off from the beginning, but his comment that people should vote for Obama if Romney is the nominee was the real clincher. How do you let your desire to be president snowball into an all-encompassing greed that finds you willing to sabotage your party’s chances? That is slimy, even by post-modern political standards. Santorum has also decided to stake his career not on military policy, immigration, or the federal budget. No, he is making his hay out of an issue that cuts across the aisle and will alienate him from a group that makes up more than half the country; you know, women.

    His Trayvon comments are just icing on the cake that I wouldn’t serve to my worst enemy. Maybe, however, he can call up Chris Christie and get him to lower the flag for Trayvon.

  • This guy is an Israel First, bribe and corruption second homosexual-obsessed freakshow.

    Does he really think that this is what White men want to hear? An ode to Trayskittles?

    1. Trayvon was suspended for assaulting a bus driver
    2. He was expelled for having “empty marijuana bags.” This is euphemistic for dealing to classmates.
    3. He had gang tattoos
    4. He had incriminating photos that are gang sign related
    5. He tweeted that he was a “No Limit Nigga.” I presume this to be the name of a criminal gang.

    Holy mackerel, this guy was canonized as a Mahogany Messiah before his body went room temperature. Trayvon was nothing but a scumbag and budding violent felon-to-be. His tough guy act bit him in the rear. The problem with being a wannabe tough guy is that the second a real tough s.o.b. shows up, you’re screwed.

    • Great post! My compliments.

    • Satyrhim, nothing but a flea-bag politician that will do more harm than good.  Damnit, how screwed up are our white leaders.

      The Trayvon case is more than just a passing fancy, an opportunity to argue with each other.  I don’t believe I am mistaken about this but the obama WH and the race hustlers must be stopped here and now.  This is a struggle for our rights to exist.  If we lose this one, it will be open season on whites and hell for any white who will defend themselves.  All the concealed permits and Castle Doctrines in the world will not be worth a bucket of warm spit.  And what will be the nergoes’ reaction be then?

    • JohnEngelman

      I suspect that what you say is true. Nevertheless, these assertions need credible links. 

  • steve dalton

    Dumb Scamtorium will never get my vote!

  • TheCogitator

    This site does not allow the words that would best describe Santorum.

    He will not get any black votes, they will go to Obama because of his race. That is how blacks vote. Santorum may well lose support from some white people who can now see that like Obama, he is prone to jump to conclusions — not presidential material.

  • This idiot might be better off by keep his mouth shut! I suppose the opportunity to score cheap political points, by pandering to black racists and out-of-touch Whites was more than he could endure.

  • xxxtonygunsxxx

    brutal flashmob assaults on whites in minn.

     http://www.kare11.com/news/article/969867/391/Flash-robs-hit-downtown-Minneapolis

  •  So Sen. Santorum thinks Zimmerman has “a very sick mind” for participating in a neighborhood watch, huh? And his heart “goes out” to the thug’s parents? Well, I’ve decided that Santorum has a very sick presidential campaign — terminally ill, as a matter of fact. And my vote will go out to someone else — not him. He should absolutely be ashamed of himself for voicing such P.C. hogwash.

  • xxxtonygunsxxx

    the black population is  waiting for the next police involved shooting  for full scale looting and rioting.  they can get free skittles and arizona ice tea, free 40 and chips while they sucker punch a white or asian clerk for their knockout martin luther king game

  • Southern__Hoosier

    I just love these sanctimonious self righteous Christians.

    ” I can’t imagine what they’re suffering, losing their son in such a horrific way.” I guess it never occurred to Sanatorium that Zimmerman and his family  might be suffering as well. Maybe he thinks this cheap shot will be good for a few Black votes.

  • radical7

    I congratualte Rick Santorum for having the moral courage to speak the truth.

    • I congratulate your marxist friends for their work in destroying everything of traditional America and creating such frankensteins as Santorum.  You should be proud that no main stream politician will ever speak anything but the political correctness that your people have invited them to bite upon, much like that fruit from the Tree of Knowledge.  Evil is evil, no matter how you disguise the ugliness and stench.

      • anonymous_amren

        The great thing is, the marxists can never understand that they’ve won! Marxists like radical7 will go home and cry themselves to sleep about how terrible and racist the government, society, and police are. Especially the GOP. They will feel that their cause is hopeless and they are doomed to always lose and never overthrow the evil system which is stacked against them. Even after they’ve won completely and completely replaced the old regime with their cronies at every level. And if they ever did realise they’d won, they’d also have to notice that it’s a bad thing that they won and they’d feel bad about it.

        That irony is delicious.

    • What a shocker…..

  • tickyul

    Don’t be fooled, Santorum is a babysit the world Phonycon……and PC to boot.

    • redfeathers

      So true about Santorum! 

  • libertarian4339

    I’m just wondering if this character has EVER lived in the real world.  Besides this jump to conclusions, taking the part of a black thug who deserved what he got, Santorum, during a debate, proudly announced to Romney that he voted to give voting rights to felons, because they were “over-represented” in the judicial system, but Romney did not want that, as if blacks were prejudiciously convicted of crimes they never committed.

    It’s so moronic it’s really hard to believe.  Now he comes out with his condemnation in an event that is turning out to be something like the La Cross frame where the victims were made out to be the perps.

    How these Republicans could vote for him is a mystery to me.  But, then again, I was stunned to see McCain get their votes in the last presidential primary.

    Santorum comes across as about as presidential looking and sounding  as Al Sharpton.

    • IstvanIN

      It is getting harder and harder to tell my friends who threaten to sit out the next election that I will hold my nose and vote Republican.

      • anonymous_amren

        If they’re determined to sit it out, get them to vote for a third party instead, it’s a much stronger statement that just not voting. I could forgive them for voting for a third party they actually believe in, but I can’t forgive them for not bothering to vote at all when so much is at stake.
        I think holding your nose is probably the best approach though.

    • I’m hoping that the Republicans have wised up enough this time around to nominate someone who can actually win. That’s Mitt Romney.

      • anonymous_amren

        Currently, Mitt Romney can’t win against Obama. He’s going to have to go on the offensive to have any chance at all. And so are we.

        • Eagle_Eyed

          If he picks Kris Kobach as his VP, he may win the election

  • radical7

    Ran Kelvin:

    Just because you and others of your ilk would rather embrace the bigotry and White supremacist rhetoric segment of this case does not mean that Mr. Zimmerman is absolved of his hate filled crime. He must be prosecuted. 

    • ncpride

      I’m sure I’ll see your comment on the ‘Unfortunate T-Shirt’ article condeming REAL bigotry…right? If not, then I’ll take you as a disingenous phoney.

    • xxxtonygunsxxx

      prosecute him for? he violated no florida law.

      • bernie

         Because he defended himself against a black. That is all people like Radical7 need,

    • anonymous_amren

      What crime? In Florida, you are allowed to shoot people who are beating you up when you are scared. We know he was being beaten up and on the ground because he had blood coming from both the front and back of his head, and he had grass all over his back, and the witness “John” saw it.

      The only crime here was committed by Trayvon, who assaulted a HISPANIC neighbourhood watchman who was just doing his job. And of course the drug dealing he had just been suspended for that day.

      He was also suspected of being on drugs at the time, and casing the neighbourhood for houses to rob. But we don’t have the blood test results to know the former, and we’ll never know the latter because he chose to attack the authorities rather than cooperate.

  • radical7

    Actually, new evidnece was relesed by ABC news that verifies the fact that the police chief wanted to charge George Zimmerman with manslaughter but was overruled by his superiors. Now it is clear that this was a cover up by the Good ol’ boys.

    • Let’s get it right, radical7: The prosecutor found insufficient evidence to file charges. The prosecutor, as I’m sure you know, is the one who has to actually file the charges — not the police chief.  And let’s not jump to conclusions about “good ole’ boys” and a “cover up.” You seem to be a bleeding-heart White liberal; sure you didn’t stumble onto the wrong website by mistake?

      • The_Bobster

        No, he’s our token black afrocentric.

    • xxxtonygunsxxx

       not the chief. ha ha. the district attorney. because he violated no law and the da is not going to embarrass himself by prosecuting a case the state cant win. r u in hs or something?

    • anonymous_amren

      The problem is you can’t just go around charging people with crimes they didn’t commit. The law says Zimmerman is allowed to do what all the evidence shows that he did. What do you want them to do, make up evidence? Make up imaginary laws? Just charge him for something all the evidence says he didn’t do?

    • bernie

       The good ol’ boys are the ones trying to lynch Zimmerman for the crime of defending himself against a black criminal.

  • radical7

    N.C. Pride writes:”I’m sure I’ll see your comment on the ‘Unfortunate T-Shirt’ article condeming REAL bigotry…right? If not, then I’ll take you as a disingenous phoney”Looks who’s talking.

    • ncpride

      Well, that certainly answers my question.

  • anonymous_amren

    Vdare.com has a good article titled “GOP Wouldn’t Challenge Black Voter Fraud in 2008—Why Would It Challenge Trayvon Martin Lynch Mob Now?” about what the GOP candidates should be doing and pointing out that they aren’t.

    http://www.vdare.com/articles/gop-wouldnt-challenge-black-voter-fraud-in-2008-why-would-it-challenge-trayvon-martin-lynch

  • JohnEngelman

    During the trial of Charles Manson President Nixon was widely condemned for stating that Charles Manson was guilty of murder. Now a presidential candidate claims that a man who has not even been arrested is guilty, and I have to log into American Renaissance to find any outrage at all. 
     
    I do not claim to know everything that went on that night. Nevertheless, it may be that George Zimmerman legally prevented Trayvon Martin from committing a crime against residents of the gated community. Until there is a thorough investigation of this matter prominent people should reserve judgment. 
     
    Meanwhile, since this became national news scores – perhaps hundreds –  of whites have been robbed, raped, and murdered by black criminals. Where is the anger over that? 

    • yes, very good.  That is the exact comparison.  I remember when Nixon made that comment.  I was a little boy I asked my father what was so wrong with what he said.  And he explained it to me just like you did.  It is un-American for a high-ranking official  to prejudge a case like that.

  • JohnEngelman

    The Republican Party exists to advance the economic interests of the well to do.  If you keep that in mind you will never be surprised by what Republican politicians say, do, or advocate.
     
    By condemning George Zimmerman Rick Santorum was trying to establish his street cred with the politically correct crowd. Nevertheless, if you examine the economic policies he recommends you will see nothing that is likely to reduce the unemployment rate and the national debt. These policies are more likely to increase both, while accelerating the redistribution of wealth upward. 

    • anonymous_amren

      Only their short-term economic interests.

      But it’s still surprising that they don’t try harder to get elected.

      • JohnEngelman

        Social Democracy only works in countries where nearly everyone is white. Blacks will game the system, as they did during the late 1960s when hundreds of thousands of them quit low wage jobs and went on welfare. Whites are less likely to behave that way. The tax revolt was a draft riot against the war on poverty.
         
        If whites become a racial minority, a growing majority will vote for a political party that defends the economic interests of the white plutocracy. 
         
        The era of easy economic growth is behind us. What is ahead is a perpetually stagnant, and occasionally a declining, economy. The rich can only get richer at the expense of nearly everyone else. If the Republicans dominate the country that is what will happen, as it did happen during the first six years of George W. Bush’s presidency, when the Republicans had majorities in both houses of Congress.
         
        http://www.cbpp.org/cms/?fa=view&id=634 

  • Seminole19236

    Did the media get the names reversed? If not Santorum is beyond worthless.  This budding Miami hoodie was casing the joint on his way to B&E at a later time as unarmed predators find weapons after they get inside like kitchen knives. Of course this is only after they find their easy prey usually a white female living alone and top prize for rape murder theft and prison where he is a hero without a media circus.
    http://www.amnation.com/vfr/archives/011157.html 
    Florida suburban apts condos townhouses  are loaded with single working white females who feel safe and secure only with security guards and electric coded gates. On a more sinister note many blacks and libs delight in black on white crime espec where a white female is involved as continued retribution for female slaves allegedly being raped or killed although not a shred of hard evidence other than myth and lies.  Santorum is OUT. This idiot is insane and clearly out of touch with reality.
    Like everything else this is simply another confirmation not only to what all black teens are up to but how they operate as predators knowing they have a media network and radical thugs like Sharpton Jackson and Winfrey getting their backs. Breaking Zimmermans nose in an aggressive act could have easily been some unsuspecting white females face in the complex with a tragic ending.

    • The_Bobster

      Florida suburban apts condos townhouses  are loaded with single working white females who feel safe and secure only with security guards and electric coded gates. 
      _______

      This works until a resident gets jungle fever and then allows da boyfren’ an’ hiz homies to move in with her.

  • Columbus21443

    No Santorum has a very sick sick mind. Romney is the choice. Didnt mentally insane “Sanitorium” even say he would rather have Barack “Trayvon” Obama over Romney for 4 more yrs too?

  • jackryanvb

    Really pathetic. Terrible Black crime, viciously hateful, anti White media bias – these should be of major concern to all White political candidates to all White voters.

    These “conservative” GOP candidates who pose as “tough on National defense” – work with Neo Cons for endless wars against Iraq, Iran and then they turn around punk out on us every time Sharpton and the race hustler try to pull some fake hate crime hoax – these fake Conservatives like Santorum have to be taken down.

    Sadly Ron Paul has done the same type of pandering to the Black mobs, anti White media – making idiotic statements that the high incarceration rates of Blacks is do to the “RACIST” nature of the US criminal justice system.

  • This alone should end Santorum’s candidacy.  Unfortunately, nobody will remember it because Romney will win 7 of the next 8 contests, which he would have won anyway just on geography, and by April 25 it will be all over.

    What was lost in the shuffle about Rickroller II until recently was that Santorum lost his last Senate election in PA by 17 points.  Now, he fell pretty far pretty quickly, (six years prior, he won on the same day in the same state that Gore won), and conventional political explanations just don’t cut the mustard.  I deduced there must have been some “crabgrass in the lawn” explanation, and I was right: 

    http://hillbuzz.org/why-rick-santorums-pennsylvania-residency-scam-and-school-tuition-fraud-still-matters-and-why-he-cant-be-the-nominee-because-of-it-95754

    Someone mentioned above his genius comment that he would prefer Obama over Romney.  I’m waiting for a certain someone to chime in about that:

    http://countenance.wordpress.com/2012/03/22/what-say-you-mark/

    Someone above wondered about Romney’s silence on this matter.  He’s not going to say anything, because his whole strategy is hold his index finger on his nose and walk 10 feet in a straight line and hope the world around him screws itself up, (and letting Super PACs throw buckets of slop all over his credible competition) and he’s as good as President.  He watched his father bork his own embryonic Presidential candidacy with a comment about the Vietnamese brainwashing him, therefore, he is paranoid about saying anything provocative, controversial or risky.  If he says anything at all about Sir Skittles, after a hundred advisers debate whether he should or shouldn’t for two weeks, it will be nothing more than “let the legal process play out.”

    • The_Bobster

      What was lost in the shuffle about Rickroller II until recently was that Santorum lost his last Senate election in PA by 17 points.  Now, he fell pretty far pretty quickly, (six years prior, he won on the same day in the same state that Gore won), and conventional political explanations just don’t cut the mustard. 

      ___________

      Yet he and his wife have been pulling down seven figures in recent years. For doing what?

      •  I said above Romney will win 7 of the 8 next contests.  The 8th is PA, and it was assumed a Santorum win.

        But now:

        http://www.pittsburghlive.com/x/pittsburghtrib/news/regional/s_788643.html

        All Romney needs to do is run ads in Philly and Pittsburgh bashing Santorum for prejudging Zimmerman guilty, and it’s all over.

      • Bon, From the Land of Babble

        Yet he and his wife have been pulling down seven figures in recent years. For doing what?y

        Glad you asked.

        Santorum entered the Senate as one of the least wealthy congressmen.  He repeatedly sponsored laws giving very specific help to companies — worth millions of dollars — and they immediately gave him large campaign donations and — after he left the Senate — hundreds of thousands, and millions of dollars in cash that went directly into his pocket and made him rich. He was twice named one of America’s 3 most corrupt senators by CREW, a clean-government group, and has become a millionaire from payments by these companies since was voted out of the Senate in 2006.

        He milked state government for $73,000 in tuition reimbursements while home-schooling his kids and got a sweet-heart deal on a five-year 500,000 mortgage from campaign contributors.

        In 2007, Santorum bought a $2 million, 5,000 SF house in Great Falls, VA. It has 4 bedrooms and 5 baths, and sits on 5 acres.  He’s also accumulated  five rental houses.

        Tell everyone you know.

        Bon

    • MikeofAges

       George Romney “borked” his own candidacy? No, he never had a prayer of a ghost of a scintilla of a chance. Recognized in his time as a decent fellow, but he just didn’t have the “it” factor. Not even close.

      • You’re right, George Romney never really had a chance. I also know that my name isn’t Willard Mitt Romney. He probably thinks that his father would have been President but for that brainwashing comment, so it affects his own strategy. He’s running for President, I’m not.

        • it is widely accepted though that George Romney derailed his candidacy with the brainwashing/Vietnam remark.

          • Bon, From the Land of Babble

            George Romney met with Saul Alinsky and recommended his work.

            I think you ought to listen to Alinsky, Romney told his allies, according to T. George Harris’s 1968 book, Romney’s Way.”

            It seems to me that we are always talking to the same people. Maybe the time has come to hear new voices, he said.

            Mitt Romney has stated his chief political mentor was his father, George Romney.

            Bon

            Image:  The Library of Congress preserved these photographs of what appears to be a meeting between Saul Alinsky and George Romney on September 13, 1967, in Rochester, New York.

  • Lou

     Exactly.. The laws are already there..

  • Eagle_Eyed

    That’s why I listen to Michael Savage.

    • Michael Savage?  Michael “Savage” Weiner?  This Michael Savage?

    • The_Bobster

      Savage was good on this issue last night. Then he started defending the rapist Kobe “Back Door” Bryant…..

  • Bon, From the Land of Babble

    Santorum says at the beginning of the interview that he doesn’t know what was going through the guy’s mind, but then spends the rest of the time telling us what was going on in Zimmerman’s mind.

    IF Santorum thinks Zimmerman is guilty does he plan to go after the $10,000 bounty too?  Whatever happened to innocent until proven guilty?  Only 0bama gets to say that because he is black and it furthers his agenda.

      Guess Santorum didn’t get the memo: 

     Eye Witness: Trayvon attacked Zimmerman http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ilrviX8LIZs&feature=youtu.be  

    You stink at race pimping Santorum.

    And, Santorum, you’ve now jumped the shark more than Fonzie ever did after 30 years of reruns!!

    • Lol.  Great comment too!  I love this board!!

  • je suis paganisme

    Who is talking about Odin, Zeus, or Mithra; all of whom people in the Congo or Haiti have never heard of? 

     

  • tacheles

    What on earth is a neocon nowadays? The new definitions of neocons get more ridiculous by the hour.

  • The time has come for a radical change in the US political arena. Just like during 20th century British have retained Tories, but have also marginalized Liberal Party (instead, Labour party came into prominence), or in other European countries 20th and 21st centuries have witnessed a significant change in political landscape.

    Tea Party is a good grass-roots movement, but ultimately without vision & courage to proclaim what they’re really about. The US needs a modern party that will have White European (not global, not “cosmopolitan”) identity as the central focal point, without dismissing assimilable Asians & Hispanics (radicalism would be counterproductive).

    Republicans are a mix of naive average White guys, religious conservatives & short-sighted greedy Capitalists that might have come out of a Stalinist propaganda pamphlet/ textbook. This country needs patriots & people with vision, not selfish “me, me, me,…” whiners &  parasites.

    • Without a Catholic point of view, such a party is doomed to failure just like the Constitution party, Reform Party etc. etc.  Christian Democrats were successful in Europe for a while at least….

  •  Especially since a city in his own state (Philadelphia) is now anti-white hate central.

    Why has that come to pass?

    Behold:

    http://twitpic.com/90dqq6

  • IstvanIN

    Such as life imprisonment for violating the Fair Housing Act.

  • that’s the problem of going which way the wind blows, when it suddenly changes direction you’re left floundering, looking like an idiot

  • excellent, balanced comment.  Like!

  • Ron Paul all the way!!

  • I heard today that Zimmerman was not even a member of the neighborhood watch.  That is pro-Zimmerman.  He is not someone who is officiously meddling in neighborhood crime ( not that that would be wrong, but that is the profile he has been given).

  • if Gingrich is the champion of the southern states primaries, he should do it just to stand up for the South

  •  This is Anon12’s confusing comment:

    There were 806,316 homicides in the US between 1965 and 2004, and
    588,611 of them were committed by blacks, of which 179,808 were blacks
    who murdered Whites. 322,526 of these homicides were not cleared, and
    only 483,790 were cleared, and of those Whites murdered by blacks,
    43,541 were cleared and 136,267 were not cleared. In just four decades,
    American blacks killed almost as many Whites as were killed in WWII,
    four times as many Whites as were killed in Vietnam, and 60 times as
    many Whites as were killed in 911 or Iraq.

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    OK, from 1965 to 2004, how many White on Black homicides, and how many Black on White ?
    Having in mind that White is actually “White” & at lest 30% Mestizo. Sources etc ?

  • Impertinent

    “You need a good education about race, Santorum…”

    He just gave us one. It wasn’t lost on me. What the moron didn’t realize tat the majority of those who might have voted for him….now…will not.  He’s certainly off my radar and completely unqualified to make sensible judgements concerning law and order and criminals. We already have one …THE ONE…pandering to blacks in the WH. I’m not ready to see a white man in the WH diss his own race or make unsound, biassed calls like he did. Does he actually believe his stupid statement will get him ONE black vote more?

    •  I bet a lot of white Southerners that voted Santorum as late as Louisiana last weekend would love to have a mulligan.