Quote of the Day

"Our founders said [our] rights were given to us to pursue life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. Does anyone here believe that first inalienable right is as whole as it was at the time of our founding? It isn't. Does anyone believe that our freedom is as whole as it was at the time of our founders? It is not."—Former Senator, Current GOP Presidential Candidate, and Perpetual Full-Tilt Thunderfuck Rick Santorum, arguing that "we" are less free than we were at the time of the country's founding.

Presumably, he is unaware of both the abolitionist and suffrage movements, and the institutional prejudices that necessitated their existence.

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