On Sunday night, a speech by Republican presidential candidate Rick Santorum was preceded by a particularly fiery pastor in Louisiana.

Dennis Terry of Greenwell Springs Baptist Church was introducing Santorum, as well as Family Research Council President Tony Perkins, at an event in Baton Rouge. During Terry's speech, Santorum stood to applause along with he rest of the audience.

If you don't love America and you don't like the way we do things, I've got one thing to say: Get out! Terry said. We don't worship Buddha, we don't worship Mohammad, we don't worship Allah. We worship God, we worship God's son Jesus Christ.

Terry also condemned abortion, gay marriage and secular government. He also argued that Christianity was the key to solving America's financial crisis. I believe it's a spiritual thing, he said. If we put God back in America, put God back in our pulpits, put God back in our homes and in our statehouse, and then in Washington D.C., then we can have revival in America.

Evangelical Christians like Terry have become a major base of support for Santorum, who won primary elections in Mississippi and Alabama last week partly due to their backing.