Santorum: ‘Of Course I’d Fight’ a Supreme Court Ruling on Gay Marriage

‘I think if the court decides this case in error, I will continue to fight, as we have on the issue of life’

TODD: "So will you accept the Supreme Court ruling, if they legalize same-sex marriage for the entire country, do you accept that ruling or do you fight it?"
SANTORUM: "Well, of course I’d fight it. Roe versus Wade was decided 30 some years ago, and I continue to fight that, because I think the court got it wrong. And I think if the court decides this case in error, I will continue to fight, as we have on the issue of life. And that’s the role of the citizenry. We’re not bound by what nine people say in perpetuity. We have an obligation and a right in a free society to push back and get our Congress and our president and rally the American public to overturn what the court wants to do"

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