No, he doesn't make in interesting point. He's a politician; therefore, he's incapable of making an interesting point.
Originally Posted by AlbertJ
Specifically, Santorum said:
Well of course it was a "deliberate act." What the fuck else could it be? An accident? Did the Korans just somehow manage to crawl into a big fire? Was the fire accidently set and just happened to burn a bunch of Korans?
The president's apology suggests that there is blame and that the U.S. did something wrong "in the sense of doing a deliberate act," Santorum said.
Here the dumbfuck politician Santorum seems to have abandoned (already) his previous point that buring a bunch of Korans was an accident. Instead, Obama should have acknowledged that burning the books was "wrong" and "taken responsibilty for the incident."
Santorum says that rather than saying he was sorry, Obama should have only acknowledged that burning copies of Islam's holiest book in a trash pit was wrong and taken responsibility for the incident, "but to apologize, I think, lends credibility that somehow or another that it was more than that."
But if it wasn't a "deliberate act," then how could it be "wrong" and why should anyone "take responsibility for the incident"?
Finally, Santorum thinks that while he should have acknowledged that it was "wrong" and "taken responsibilty for the incident," he should not have apologized.
But to apologize is to acknoweldge that an act is wrong and to take responsibility for it. That's what apologizing it, moron.
To summarize, everthing that comes out of Santorum's mouth -- just like everything that comes out of every other politican's mouth -- is worthless, idiotic garbage.
Politicians, not books, should be burned.
Quando vem a madrugada, meu pensamento vagueia
Corro os dedos na viola, contemplando a lua cheia
Apesar de tudo existe, uma fonte de água pura
Quem beber daquela água, não terá mais amargura
Danço eu dança você
Na dança da solidão