As a Mormon mother of 5, I agree with Rick on a lot of what he says on this subject. I believe, and my religious beliefs are such, that sex is best confined to marriage. I believe that the pushing of contraceptives onto teens sends the wrong message, and has contributed mightily to their corruption. It's very sad, in fact, to teach them to have such low expectations for themselves. Nothing outrages me quite as much as schools which encourage sex by providing contraceptives and abortions to our teenage children.
I believe that presidential leadership on important social issues like life and traditional marriage is very important. But I do not subscribe to the role Rick Santorum seems to want the government to play in sexual decisions. This is NOT the role of the president, or of government! This is for ecclesiastical leaders. Rick, do you want to be a preacher, or a president?!
It would be positively insane to nominate a candidate who wants to talk about this subject during THIS, or any election. This leaves me with grave doubts about what Santorum's priorities would be in the general, and more importantly, as president.