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Blurbs culled from amazon.com reviews of Sen. Rick Santorum's latest book, It Takes a Family: Conservatism and the Common Good:

 

"... brilliantly damaging..."

 

"I hope every Pennsylvanian reads this book (but please get it from the library) ..."

 

"As a born-again Evangelical Christian I was deeply disappointed in this. God has a divine plan for us Believers and Senator Santorum doesn't work hard enough in this book to save all of the doomed souls who haven't accepted Christ into their hearts."

 

"I was really excited to read Senator Santorum's book. I knew he was going to explain how I didn't need to work, we could raise our family with only one income -- and I found where he said that. But I thought he would give concrete, how-to examples, like how he bought a house in a low income district that he never lived in with his family so his kids could get an education in a great school district and he could avoid paying property taxes. That['s] a budget tip I could use!"

 

"Thanks Mr. Santorum! Thank you so much! After reading It Takes a Family I made my wife quit her job. We're now working on having our third child. Hopefully things will get better though, because we can't afford to eat too much these days. A meal usually consists of what we call 'ketchup sandwiches.'"

 

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