February 20, 2012
It comes three flavors – "eternal torment," "abysmal darkness," and "cheese."
Stop encouraging him! Also, did you know eating cats is a misdemeanor in California? These and other Buzz that flew under the radar await your clicking pleasure.
A campaign advisor dismisses the polls and the media's doomsday narrative. "Once a message and resources are concentrated in a state... the numbers tend to move," he says.
The view from Amsterdam: A "crazy extreme Catholic" with "a surreal view of the Netherlands." "We kill the elderly like there's no tomorrow," jokes a daily newspaper.
He suggested in 2008 that Mainline Protestants aren't real Christians. "All we do is driven by Jesus Christ's call to care for his people," says a spokeswoman.
Take Earth back. The Reapers have arrived.
One small fling for bird, one quantum leap for birdkind. March 22nd marks the day that productivity drops in the workplace by 1000%.
She comes out for Lincoln, Washington in this new video that's overlaid with excerpts of her speech last fall in Iowa.
A paid speech by the former candidate costs about as much as one from former Senator Chris Dodd, a source tells BuzzFeed.
I bet his hamster has a sick handle. (via The Basketball Jones)
How about that.
His recent string of over-the-top comments hasn't done any lasting damage to his campaign. Are we more conservative — on gay rights, and women's roles — than we think?
Rick Santorum doesn't understand why the radical left doesn't share the right's same fervor for fighting radical Islam. In a 2007 speech to Oklahoma University College Republicans hit the pro-feminist, pro-gay, pro-civil rights, pro-reason over faith left for not taking on radical Islamists.
Rick Santorum yesterday compared the danger posed by Barack Obama's Administration to the “great peril” of the second World War, and warned of the time when Americans were complacent about “this guy over in Europe." He's gotten himself into trouble with Hitler references before, as in this 2005 floor speech, when he compared Senate Democrats to the Fuhrer.
Not too shabby.