Rick Santorum Linked to Satanic Marilyn Manson: Celebrity Degrees of Separation

Rick SantorumRon PaulJon Stewart – Marilyn Mansion

Politics makes strange bedfellows as the saying goes, and lurking behind last night’s February 22, 2012 Arizona Republican Presidential Debate was the dark shadow the leading contender is hoping will put him over the top.  It is only a short three links away between the candidate who has evoked the name of Satan more than any other presidential candidate in history and the rock star many consider that devil incarnate.

Rick Santorum shared the stage with one the other four remaining candidates, Texas Congressman Ron Raul.

On September 26, 2011, Ron Paul appeared on Comedy Central’s The Daily Show, hosted by John Stewart.

In an earlier incarnation, the show was simply known as the Jon Stewart Show. And in 1995, the musical guest was none other than Marilyn Manson.


Categories: Celebrity Degrees of Separation, Facebook of the Famous

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  1. Dear Carl,

    That kinda funny, but why MM is always considered the Devil (instead of being a peculiar music gender?) – i saw an interview of him without makeup and gimmicks and he is eloquent and smart, speaking about todays problems in our society… im not a fan but hes unfairly labeled by the press, IMO.

    i did a similar game about movies and the kennedys… in this case the movie is “WALL STREET 1987″ with michael douglas & charlie sheen – i found 8 links between them.

    http://soundzen.org/2011/07/21/80-kennedy-movies/

    Best regards, Alexa.

  2. In re to satanic music: I sure do recall this period of concern for Occultism/Sex/Obscenity in pop music. Tipper Gore was the leader of the pack! Oh yes, Mrs. MotherEarth was all aflutter least her teenage kids (or maybe younger) least her darlings were contaminated by Devil’s Music. She had even started some kind of Congressional Review, also wanted records labeled with G, P-G or X readings.

    As I needn’t tell the intellegent readers of this blog, The environmental movement does, in fact, have some of it’s roots planted in NeoPagan movment. The Unitarian-Universalist movement/sect; quite respectable in Liberal America, recognizes and enoucourages women to explore their “The Cakes for the Goddess” Program held in many of their church basements. We don’t hear so much about “goddess spirituality” as we did in 1990′s. I found it fascinating that Hillary Clinton openly discussed her ventures into Jean Houston’s workshops. (that is where Hillary learned to chanel Eleanor R. Dr. Houston was a trans-personal psychologist who was part of that Timothy Leary/Sasha Shuglin/Aldous Huxley group that experimented with psychedelics. I am not suggesting Mrs. Clinton embibed in Mushroom tea; by the 1990′s they were trying to find non-drug ways of achieving transcendental state.) I wonder if we could find some of the people Tipper hung out with back in her days of Parental Guidance?

    • One thing I’d say about the Mrs. Gores and other sitters in judgement: No matter how much paganism critics felt they detected in the movement to revere what lived and died in the natural world in the form of trees and shrubs (audaciously existing without that prized and sacred of all gems – the human brain!) only the most fevered could find anything evil, demonic or cultish in a grove of daisies perfectly minding their own business. I’m not certain I would qualify as a Unitarian or a Coptic or a Whig or a Taurus or a New Yorker, but I would sure as hell enjoy nourishing a blueberry bush than a bank! (I hope all that makes some bit of sense – I am very tired)

      • Thank U Carl, for once again poking my slugish memory of a life long time gone. Until the subject was raised again. Oh, I was so mad at Tipper. She’s divoriced from Mr. EPA now, and I wonder if she ever audited a class at Columbia, by Dr. Susan Pagels, the Mother of the “Goddess Spirituality Movement”. I was quite into the Age of Acquarious; the “witches” I met were the most dull & boring group ever. Lots of divoriced women seemed to be attracted:). Still, there was a sweetness bout talking to the SnapDragens, playing the flute or beating the bongo drums.

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