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(RNS) A new analysis shows Mitt Romney trouncing Rick Santorum among Catholic voters, but evangelicals have yet to embrace him. By Daniel Burke.

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  1. I can tell you why I, as a Catholic, would not vote for Santorum. He makes Catholicism seem to be an intolerant and judgmental religion. I converted from Protestant Fundamentalism, whose members are indeed very judgmental. Catholics are far more tolerant than the Fundamentalists, so of course we see evangelicals going for Santorum while Catholics run away from him. He is an embarrassment to Catholics. IMHO, of course.

  2. Not to criticize Catholics in general but it seems that this year, many are placing the love, or desperate hope for financial improvement over their biblical principles. Imagine for a moment that we had a satanist running for president and it was clear that he had the financial resources to win and the financial prowess to help the economy,. perhaps he would simply be there to take credit when the economy gets better on its own. I think the overall catholic electorate is desperate enough this year to vote for than satanist, I’m sure Satan believes the same mormon lie that we , including himself, can be just like God.
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