Former Sen. Rick Santorum (R-Pa.) penned on op-ed today blasting President Obama for his "antipathy" towards America.

Santorum cuts right to the chase in his opening sentence: "Watching President Obama apologize last week for America's arrogance - before a French audience that owes its freedom to the sacrifices of Americans - helped convince me that he has a deep-seated antipathy toward American values and traditions."

The selection of Yale Law School Dean Harold Koh to be State Department legal counsel, Santorum continues, confirms Obama's "disdain for American values."
Koh's "transnationalism" stands in contrast to good, old-fashioned notions of national sovereignty, in which our Constitution is the highest law of the land. In the traditional view, controversial matters, whatever they may be, are subject to democratic debate here. They should be resolved by the American people and their representatives, not "internationalized." What Holland or Belgium or Kenya or any other nation or coalition of nations thinks has no bearing on our exercise of executive, legislative, or judicial power.

Santorum lost re-election in 2006 to Sen. Bob Casey (D-Pa.)