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Rick Santorum Or Eminem: Who Said These Quotes?

The Huffington Post  |  By Posted: 03/30/2012 8:35 am Updated: 04/ 1/2012 9:25 pm

Don’t worry, kids -- Newt and Kanye haven’t cornered the market on cray quotes. And sure, Mitt may be stealin’ Eminem’s beats, but it’s Rick Santorum who we're throwin’ into the sound-off stadium with none other than the Real Slim Shady! Are y’all ready for our next installment of everyone’s fav “Who Said It?” game?! Rapper or Republican!

So for serious, what could Detroit’s volatile mega MC have in common with this hardcore right-wing GOP Prez primary candidate? Check it: Both have been accused of homophobia and misogyny (those are fancy words for hatin’ on LGBT peeps and women) -- Shady for his controversial lyrics, Santorum for his super conservative views on same-sex marriage and contraception. Plus, these two are no strangers to high-profile beefs – Eminem famously threatened to beat down Moby at the 2002 VMAs (ironically because Moby called him a “"a misogynist, a homophobe, a racist, and an anti-Semite") and the former Pennsylvania Senator has a “Google problem” thanks to sex columnist and founder of the It Gets Better Project, Dan Savage.

Wait, there's more! They make "fashion" statements, too: Marshall Mather’s platinum crop-top and Santorum’s stately sweater vest, anyone? Then there are those catchy nicknames (Slim Shady, Rooster). And oh yeah, they both have no problem gettin’ aggro with the media.

Might not be so easy to pick their lipservice outta of a line-up, huh? Rev your Rapper or Republican engines, people -- it's go time....

1. “You can say I’m a hater. But I would argue I’m a lover.”

2. "I do say things that I think will shock people. But I don't do things to shock people.”

3. “Maybe this is God just saying we're responsible for this monster, this coward, that we have empowered.”

4. “Assemble our own army to disarm this weapon of mass destruction that we call our President”

5. “I’ll die on that hill.”

6. “Maybe we can reach al-Qaeda through my speech”

7. "I don't hate women…they just sometimes make me mad."

8. "Come on, relax guy, I like gay men."

9. “Quit distorting our words. If I see it, it's bulls***. Come on, man. What are you doing?”

10. "There was a while when I was feeling like, 'Damn, if I'd just been born black, I would not have to go through all this'."

See the answers here.

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