Client #9 wants to protect “girls” from a Santorum presidency

In a recent radio interview, former Governor Elliot Spitzer said he is terrified of “his girls” living in Rick Santorum’s world. Spitzer is presumably referring to his daughters not the “girls” of the Emperor’s VIP Club.  So, what kind of world would Client #9 have for America’s “girls”?

The man who paid $4,000 a night for a 19 year-old prostitute not much older than his “girls” also declared: “This country doesn’t stand for what Rick Santorum believes in.”

While Spitzer frets about Santorum, moms like me fret about creeps like Spitzer even getting near our “girls.”

Here’s the full text of his comments:

I, as a father, am absolutely terrified that this guy could become the president of the United States. Three daughters of mine living in his world. It’s not going to happen. This country doesn’t stand for what Rick Santorum believes in. I sure as heck hope not. He is a scary person. Let’s be real. He doesn’t believe in science; he believes in a theology of the far right that is terrifying and the public has got to know about it. He is on the fringe and it’s about time we say it….This guy isn’t mainstream; he’s way out there.

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11 thoughts on “Client #9 wants to protect “girls” from a Santorum presidency

  1. Heather says:

    Rachel, I am disappointed by the tone of this post. What happened to “loving our enemies”? Chorinthians 13 reminds us to “hold no record of wrong doing”. You have such an interesting perspective on this world, it would be so refreshing to see your thoughts in a more positive and loving way.

  2. Francis Wippel says:

    Are you absolutely sure this is not a parody piece from The Onion? Eliot Spitzer is calling Rick Santorum “dangerous” because of his attitudes towards women?

    So in other words, a married man who solicited prostitutes while Governor of New York believes that a faithful husband who wants his daughters to remain chaste until marriage (for their own good) is dangerous and extreme? I can’t help but wonder if Spitzer would prefer to see his own daughters work in the world’s oldest profession rather than abide by a set of moral standards that, until recent history, were considered virtuous and morally upright.

    Eliot Spitzer standing in judgment of Rick Santorum’s morals? You can’t make this stuff up.

  3. Bob says:

    In Spitzerland, science is based upon the majorities beliefs, and not the facts…

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