After Saturday Night Live did another GOP Debate sketch this weekend, Rick Santorum was upset by the way he was portrayed on the satirical comedy show.

In the skit, Santorum, played by Andy Samberg, was asked to sit for the debate at a crowded gay bar in the Castro district of San Francisco. The former Pennsylvania senator, who has been an outspoken critic of gay marriage, was portrayed as being very uncomfortable with both his position in the bar and position in the polls.

We’ve been hammered by the left for my standing up for the traditional family and I will continue to do so, Santorum said on New Hampshire's WGIR radio. The left, unfortunately, participates in bullying more than the right does. They say that they’re tolerant, and they’re anything but tolerant of people who disagree with them and support traditional values.

The sketch did paint Santorum as intolerant, but it was much more unflattering to Herman Cain, played by Kenan Thompson, who said he never thought 9-9-9 could really work. S.N.L. also made a number of pizza jokes at Cain, who was once the Chief Operating Operator of the Godfather Pizza company.

Cain, who is currently leading in the Republican nomination polls, has repeatedly shown that he has a sense of humor. On Monday, Cain tweeted a video of himself singing a song about pizza to the tune of John Lennon's Imagine. He also made a joke about electrifying a Mexico border fence that wasn't received nearly as well.

On SNL on Saturday, the Santorum character only had two lines and appeared on screen for about three seconds. Earlier GOP debate sketches saw Samberg play Santorum as a scared and politically unsure candidate overwhelmed by the whole process.

Santorum has been the victim of ridicule in the past. The religious politician was extremely upset at Google for allowing the site Spreading Santurm to appear as the first page listed when searching for Santorum. The Web site was created by openly gay writer Dan Savage in protest of Santorum's statements about homosexuality.