Jessica Ahlquist went to court to take a prayer down from the walls of a public school. The judge who agreed that the prayer was prohibited by the Establishment Clause is a Roman Catholic, conservative, and Republican. When his ruling was made public, Cranston, RI went into overdrive to overturn the ruling, threatening school board members, sending death threats and bullying Jessica in school requiring a constant police guard--all in the name of the love of Jesus. Atheists have civil and human rights even if Christians reject that reality.
There are two verses in the Gospel of Matthew that are directed to tombs opening, dead are brought back to life waiting for Jesus. Today we call such phenomena "zombies" and there are theologians who discount their existence, but in the South Baptist group of seminaries, teachers, researchers, and students are told to accept their existence as the fulfillment of the prophecy of Jesus. The question is if this is an isolated case in theological history or one more plagiarism fitted into the Bible.
The Pittsburgh, PA, Post-Gazette wrote on October 22, 2006, that "Santorum exemplifies the worse in Washington." Santorum has not changed, but drags in money as if it is his right, and with his wife Karen, shows increasing mental illness (from the time he took home a dead 20-week fetus for his children to play with) to attacks on basic civil rights while leaguing with hate-mongers Bob Vander Plaats of Iowa and Bradlee Dean (Smith) of Minnesota who openly seek the execution of LGBT people, while denouncing food stamps for the poor and black who are "too fat".