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Flashback: Watch Santorum Defend ‘Remarkable’ Obama Comments To Rev. Al Sharpton on Hannity Show (VIDEO)

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By: Kirsten West Savali, Your Black World

Since his race-tinged attack of President Barack Obama’s neutral stance on reproductive issues has come back to bite him in his red elephant trunk, we at Your Black World felt it was only fair to publish GOP presidential candidate, Rick Santorum’s defending arguments.

The former Pennsylvania senator appeared on Fox News on January 24, 2011 to defend his controversial comparison of fetuses and black people. Joining civil rights activist and host of MSNBC’s PoliticsNation, Al Sharpton on the network’s Sean Hannity Show, he attempted to clarify his stance by doing the old Republican shuffle:

Evade. Attack. Retreat.

With an unusually passive Sean Hannity moderating the debate, Santorum contended that finding it “remarkable” that President Obama is pro-choice has nothing to do with his race (despite saying just that with all the self-righteous indignation he could muster), but everything to do with Obama’s legal background.

“My comment was that [Obama] should be sensitive, more so than probably most people, as a civil rights and constitutional lawyer… to how we define people in the constitution,” Santorum backpedaled.

He must have forgotten who he was debating.

 

via Your Black Politics: Flashback: Watch Santorum Defend ‘Remarkable’ Obama Comments To Rev. Al Sharpton on Hannity Show (VIDEO).

 

 

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