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Wednesday, June 29, 2005

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Ed Peters

Thx, Val.

William Bloomfield

An excellent interview. Senator Santorum once again shows how well he knows the Catholic faith. His emphasis on the dignity of the human person and on the importance of the family is right on.

Mark Brumley

Val did a good job. Let's hope Bob Casey, Jr. comes through and does the interview. We'll see.

Joel McReynolds

Good interview. I found that the book has its own site: http://www.ittakesafamily.com. It sells there for $20. The publisher (ISI Books) has it available on its site http://www.isibooks.org for $17.50.

I can't wait to read his opponent's interview.

Charlie Bacon

Good interview. I was glad to hear Santorum's explanation about why he supported Specter in the primary last year, because it has bothered me that he did so. I would hate to see him defeated; he has a way of talking about pro-life issues that gets to the heart of the matter

David

Great interview! For those interested check out Catholics for Santorum.

Louise

Great interview, Valerie. I was certainly angry with Santorum's support of Spector and contributed a lot to Pat Toomey altho I understood the Republican strategy. Spector is still looney but I will be contributing as much as possible to Santorum's re-election campaign to compensate for my senators Boxer and Feinstein.

Camille Giglio

The one question missing to Rick Santorum and Bob Casey about being pro life is what is their position on contraception and the government funding of an obvious population control toll. The answer to that would have told you right away whether either of them is truly pro life. I would like to be able to say that the Rick Santorum interview pleased me, but I can't say that his responses to all questions pleased me. His reasoning for supporting Arlen Specter is very weak especially in the light of Specter's support for expanding embryonic stem cell research and, now, in Specter's efforts to turn Sen. Frist into a supporter of embryonic stem cell research.
However, Santorum is still a better example of a pro life legislator than is Bob Casey, Jr. Casey evaded the question when asked if he was pro life. He answered like a true progressive Democrat. He believes that a mother and child should have a good life. That means government supported and directed life. The good of society is what the Democrats are after, not the good of the individual.
Camille Giglio
Walnut Creek, CA

Camille Giglio

The one question missing to Rick Santorum and Bob Casey about being pro life is what is their position on contraception and the government funding of an obvious population control toll. The answer to that would have told you right away whether either of them is truly pro life. I would like to be able to say that the Rick Santorum interview pleased me, but I can't say that his responses to all questions pleased me. His reasoning for supporting Arlen Specter is very weak especially in the light of Specter's support for expanding embryonic stem cell research and, now, in Specter's efforts to turn Sen. Frist into a supporter of embryonic stem cell research.
However, Santorum is still a better example of a pro life legislator than is Bob Casey, Jr. Casey evaded the question when asked if he was pro life. He answered like a true progressive Democrat. He believes that a mother and child should have a good life. That means government supported and directed life. The good of society is what the Democrats are after, not the good of the individual.
Camille Giglio
Walnut Creek, CA

B. DeWitt

Rick Santorum would be a great president. His reply after he started getting standing ovations and many requests to run for president when his book came out was great--he would't run because it would not be in the best interests of his family. I have it on tape when he went face to face with Hillary Clinton and wiped out her arguments in the Senate debate on the partial birth abortion ban. Great moment!!!

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