SNL Spoofs Santorum, Mocks His Hands-On Campaign, Stance on Gays

Last night’s “Saturday Night Live” kicked off the show mocking the Republican of the moment – Rick Santorum.

Cast member Andy Samberg, sporting the now-signature Santorum sweater vest, shares how he plans to overtake former Gov. Mitt Romney and win the GOP presidential nomination.

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“I’m going to skip the slick TV ads and take my case directly to the people,” Santorum says, promising to visit every county across the nation in the process.

“Some of these counties are quite dangerous … San Francisco County, California is home to literally thousands of angry pillow biters and doughnut lovers … ’nuff said.”

“If the lesbians don’t get me, the Mormon death squads probably will,” he says.

The opening sketch wrapped with the obligatory reference to the former Senator’s “Google problem.”

“So maybe one day long after I’m gone, my grandchildren can look me up on Google and find something, you know, something different than what’s there right now,” he says.


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