'Santorum Girls' Sing Their Candidate's Praises -- Literally

The Obama Girl was sexy.

These girls are cute.

The Obama Girls’ song grooved so much it could have been written by B.B. King or Bobby Blue Bland.

These girls sing like the raciest tune they’ll ever try has the word “Camptown” in it.

Welcome to campaign music video, Santorum-style. It’s already pretty crowded.

According to the website The Ticket, a music video supporting Rick Santorum produced by the Harris family of Tulsa, Okla. (lead singers Camille Harris, 20, and Haley Harris, 18), has gone viral on YouTube, attracting more than 370,000 views since its release Tuesday night.
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Tulsa family sings Santorum praises


It’s also attracted exactly what you’d expect: a series of ignorant, insulting comments from our tolerant, open-minded compatriots on the left.

Here’s a sample:

“So sad to see these kids indoctrinated in the ideology of a man who wants to take us back to the Dark Ages so he can impose his religious views on everyone else.”

And:

“They want to celebrate the radical Popish Fuehrer, head of the Radical Religious Right and the American Taliban. My, my ...”

Popish? I didn’t think that classically bigoted word made it into the 20th century, much less the 21st. Who does he think he is, Cromwell?

I don’t know if Santorum’s going to win the GOP nomination, much less be the man to defeat our current president in November, but if he won these girls’ hearts, he’s doing something right.


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