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Rick Santorum: Republicans Should Take a Lesson from Pope Francis

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In his CPAC speech Rick Santorum said that Republicans should learn to better communicate their message.  Republicans need to look at Pope Francis as an example of a person who communicates his message very well.  Santorum said that Republicans should reach out to those who are suffering, talk about their positive policy agenda and spend less time courting business owners.

From Christian Post:

“I think we need to take a lesson from someone who is maybe the most popular person in the world right now — Pope Francis,” he said.

Francis is “going out there and not talking about what the Christian faith is against. He’s going out there and talking about what we’re for. He hasn’t changed a single policy. He won’t change a single policy. But what he’ll do is he’ll go out there and talk about the good news to a hurting world because he believes that is what the world needs. It needs the Lord,” he said.

“Well, we’re not a religion,” he continued, “and we’re not going to go out there and talk about the good news. But what we need to do is go out and talk about the news of a good America and what that good America can be. We need to paint a picture for people. We need to use a brush where they see themselves in the painting. They see a part of their life, where they hear someone or see a policy and say, ‘that’s me.’ We need to be the ‘that’s me’ party.


Below is Rick Santorum’s entire CPAC speech.

http://youtu.be/YEpb5kZBdxA

Original Post:  TeresAmerica

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