Santorum was kicked out of his Senate seat by a bigger, more history making margin than Christine o’Donnell lost her election, and she wasn’t the incumbent.
Santorum admits that he switched to pro-life for that 1990 race.
Six years later Santorum was endorsing and appearing with his choice for president, Arlen Specter, who was running on a platform to make the GOP pro-abortion.
Santorum was devoted to Specter until Specter was driven from politics, then Santorum became a pro-Romney guy, and sang his praises to the sky.
Santorum is very much like Romney, and even was anti-Reagan and pro-moderate during the Reagan years.
And Reagan was once a Democrat and helped usher in the new age of no-fault divorce.
So, are we keeping score on past foibles now?
Santorum was miles more conservative than just about any of the other Republican candidates this year. He has been courageous enough to speak the truth about homosexuality in the face of the most vile homo-Nazi thugs.
That earns major points in my book.