Rick Santorum’s Greatest Hits
Two-term Pennsylvania senator exits the GOP presidential race, leaving behind legacy of jaw dropping gaffes
One man can only have so many hits.
Although Rick Santorum ended his bid for the White House this week, it’s clear his many polarizing messages will live on in the hearts of evangelical conservatives.
Just like a career in entertainment, a career in politics can strain a family. Santorum has acknowledged the price his wife and seven children have paid for his Oval Office ambitions.
“We made the decision to get in this race at our kitchen table, against all the odds,” Santorum said Tuesday, announcing the suspension of his campaign. “And we made a decision over the weekend that this presidential race is over for me.”
“We are not done fighting. We are going to continue to fight for those voices (of his supporters). We’re going to continue to fight for the Americans that stood up…”
And so, to support Santorum’s continued fight, we release our latest compilation, “Loop 21 presents Rick Santorum’s Greatest Evangelical Hits.” Praise be, Rick. Praise be.
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1. Don’t Wanna Help ‘Blah’ People (1:03)
2. What A Snob (1:11)
3. Phony Theology (Interlude)
4. Makes Me Wanna Throw Up (1:06)
5. Bigot (2:51)
6. No More Porn (2:05)
The First Love Band: “Game On” (2:28)