Koch: ‘Santorum is Nuts’

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ed-kochThat’s Ed Koch.

The former New York City mayor and President Obama endorser lambasted Rick Santorum in an interview on Aaron Klein’s WABC Radio Show.

“Santorum is nuts,” Koch told Klein. “And I say that in a loving way. He is someone who is of the belief that religious obligations that he has can be imposed on other people. Now I don’t mind his imposing on himself the business of no pre-natal care… That’s okay from his point of view. But in my judgement it’s nuts to try to impose that on other people of other religions who don’t agree with you.”

Koh added, “I admire him as someone who is a true believer from his point of view, but when he takes it to the point where he wants to impose it on other people… Now what Santorum has said in effect…. I think that’s crazy.”

{Politico/Matzav.com Newscenter}

9 COMMENTS

  1. remember who koch is.

    before you swallow his “liberal tolerant” words , think.
    sheva mitzvos bnai noach , ben noach neherag alayhem.

  2. That’s why Koch is where he is & Santorum is where he is! Ed, aren’t you supposed to be at the dog track with Uncle Joe Biden? Nebach! What’s going to be after 120?

  3. ITS EITHER ROMNEY whose church will baptize,or obama whose seems to be a muslim or xtian or paul who will not support JEWS and certainly not ISRAEL or, OR… Gingrich who seems to be the best supporter of JEWISH VALUES,and not tolerant liberal so called jew.Gingrich also has the best path for AMERICA. KOCH? koch is a lost jew in name and not practice, nice guy but mixed values.
    TEFILA, TORAH AND TESHUVAH WAS LAST WEEKS SHIUR. refer to MORDECHAI

  4. Koch added, “I admire him as someone who is a true believer from his point of view, but when he takes it to the point where he wants to impose it on other people, like eliminate contraception, if that ain’t crazy. You know, it used to be we did eliminate the right to sell condoms in Connecticut. The Supreme Court said that was wrong. Now what Santorum has said in affect is he would like to see states go back to criminalizing the sale of contraception. I think that’s crazy.”

    Santorum said no such thing. He simply said — as a lawyer — that the case of Griswold v. Connecticut (1965) has no constitutional basis. Not that he wants to ban it.

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