Take A Stand Against Rick Santorum With These Anti-Santorum Campaign Buttons
Rick Santorum surprised America with his successful performance in the Iowa caucuses. To be more accurate, he shocked America. Then, Santorum came back from behind and won Minnesota, Missouri and Colorado. That left the more rational voters across the United States scratching their chins and muttering under their breath, "Now we're in trouble."
Rick Santorum managed to exploit the most divisive, bitter, regressive, bigoted feelings of a minority of voters to leverage himself into the top position of the Republican heap. Santorum has proposed the replacement of the constitutional rights we have taken for granted. In the place of our constitutional democracy, Santorum would create a harsh theocracy in which the federal government intrudes into the private decisions of American citizens.
We cannot afford to elect an extremist as President of the United States. That's why we have created this collection of anti-Santorum campaign buttons. It's up to us as individuals to do our duty as citizens of the USA, and show our opposition to the election of Rick Santorum to the White House in 2012.
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