Rick Santorum On Glenn Beck’s Radio Show

By: Jared Edgerton, Contributing Writer 

Today, Senator Rick Santorum appeared on Fox News Host Glenn Beck’s television show. Beck introduced Santorum saying, “America needs people who are ready to stand up and lead.” And praised Santorum’s firm stance against radical Islam during his 2006 campaign, despite its unpopular polling numbers. Beck cited Sanotrum’s courageous 2006 campaign as the reason why he chose him to be one of his final guests on the show, which is ending next week.

The interview covered a wide range issues including foreign policy, religions role in government, media bias and job creation.

Appearing on Glenn Beck’s show gave Santorum a good medium to try and win the support of Tea Party activists. Throughout the interview Santorum expressed support for Tea Party held positions by condemning activists judges, calling for limited government and advocating for religion to play a more pivotal role in government.

The interview had some lighter moments, Santorum recounted his first interview with Beck on his radio show, during which Beck said he wanted to, “kiss [Santorum] in the mouth.”

June 27th, 2011 | Posted in Front Page Stories, Presidential | 1 Comment

One thought on “Rick Santorum On Glenn Beck’s Radio Show”

  1. someguyonthestreet says:

    I like Glenn, but Santorum is a piece of work, I don’t care what his policies, you can not be this anti-gay and expect to run for president. He’s so anti-gay, he makes the pope look gay. It’s one thing to be against gay marriage, fine, but to completely hate gay people, just no. I know there are a lot of republicans against gay marriages, but those same people don’t hate gay people.

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