“I’ve learned from my past addiction to porn,” admits Santorum

While making a pitch yesterday to a crowd of over 1,400 evangelical leaders at Greenwell Springs Baptist Church, Rick Santorum admitted to having a past addiction to pornography.

“I believe the foundation of a strong society starts with the strong foundation of family. The threat of homosexuality and pornography is leading to the ‘sexualization’ of America. I know this because I’ve lived it.  I’ve learned from my past addiction to porn.”

An awkward silence fell over the crowd as Santorum went on to say, “The devil pulled me into lust. I would stare at screens, magazines, my hand…but now I’m free. I’m free of the devil’s grip.”  The crowd organized by the Family Research Council erupted into cheers as Santorum vowed to wipe the “pandemic of pornography” out of America.

This isn’t the first time Santorum has attacked pornography on the campaign trail.  He’s went so far as to say that if elected President, he would take steps to end pornography. In addition, his rumored running mate Michele Bachmann signed a pledge to a Christian organization that seeks to ban pornography as well.

Looks like Santorum’s self-loathing desires to “stare at screens, magazines and his hand” would play a great role in shaping the policies of a Santorum-Bachmann administration.

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