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These Are the Videos of Rick Santorum Getting Booed For His Gay Marriage Comments

During his Friday morning radio broadcast, Glenn Beck used a mathematical equation to explain his stance on same-sex marriage and serve as a springboard for his opinions of GOP presidential hopeful Rick Santorum's recent remarks on the subject during a New Hampshire townhall meeting.

Essentially, Glenn agreed with some of Santorum's points on the topic of law and same-sex marriage., mirroring the GOP hopeful's remarks during his radio show:

“The equation is: one guy, one woman equals marriage. That’s the equation. One plus one — one guy, plus one woman — equals marriage. Now, let’s change the second variable. One guy — change the second variable — plus one guy — equals marriage. One woman plus one woman equals marriage. Okay, well how about we change the other variable. Two guys plus one woman equals marriage. One guy plus three women equal marriage.”

In The Blaze's earlier post, a video was provided of the former Pennsylvania senator speaking to a crowd of young voters in Keene. During the townhall meeting, Santorum, who has been making strides in his bid for the Republican nomination, tangled with advocates of same-sex marriage, thus eliciting a round of boos from the irritated crowd.

Below is the original video:

 

Santorum touched on controversial topics such as Don't Ask, Don't Tell and same-sex marriage during another event as well, and shared his belief that “It’s not discrimination not to grant privileges."

He clarified, "It’s discrimination to deny rights."

“Everyone has a right to live their life, that doesn't mean that they’re entitled to certain privileges that society gives for certain benefits that society obtains from those relationships.”

Santorum also said that ultimately, people need to act in the best interest of society and national security.

Below is a video of the other incident involving Santorum's remarks on these hot-button issues and the crowd's unfavorable response :

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