VAN SUSTEREN: I'm anxious to see what the newspapers say tomorrow on this one.
SANTORUM: He -- going again the will of the American public, claiming religious liberty when this is clearly not a religious -- I'll give another example, Charlie Krauthammer did it today in The Washington Post, where he said -- he talked about John Paul II, where the -- where the nuns wanted to build a convent outside of Auschwitz to pray for the souls of those who died in the prison camps. But the Jewish community was offended by that, that a Christian convent would be built right next to Auschwitz. And so they had the right to do it, but John Paul II, you know, after they had their day in court, if you will, basically (INAUDIBLE) You have the right to do it, but don't do it because it's not what is going to create unity. It's not what's going to do -- be the right thing for everybody involved. And so they moved it down the -- down the road.
Build a mosque. Build 20 mosques in New York, if you want to. But don't do it in a -- in a way that's going to going to desecrate -- in my opinion, desecrate the ground of those who were murdered by people who practiced the faith, or at least an element of the faith that is being represented by that mosque.
VAN SUSTEREN: Senator, thank you. And we're going to be talking to you Monday. You're going to be on the road.
SANTORUM: I'll be where Mr. Gingrich...
VAN SUSTEREN: At the fair!
SANTORUM: I'll be in Sioux Center, Iowa, on Monday.
VAN SUSTEREN: I'm just so surprised how many of you Washingtonians love Iowa fairs! It's just so -- it's so...
SANTORUM: I love...
VAN SUSTEREN: ... heartwarming.
SANTORUM: I love fairs. I used to go to fairs all the time in Pennsylvania. I hear has a great one.
VAN SUSTEREN: I bet it is. Anyway, thank you very much.
SANTORUM: Thank you, Greta.