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Romney and His Faith

brimley Wrote: Aug 06, 2012 10:45 PM
When did Black Liberation Theology become a Fauith?
James____Tx Wrote: Aug 06, 2012 11:11 PM
JB I hate to say it but you are wrong. It's not a Man, it's child or something other than an adult.
John Bull Wrote: Aug 06, 2012 10:52 PM
Oh come on man...
BLT is a religion... it is beyond faith in anything but good old marxists fascism...
Its marxists blacks living off the productive class in the name of racism and enslaving their own people... Ask the women liberationists and their millions of children abortion, or gay marxists who think America needs to know about gay fascists the hard way up the behind... As Jews did with the tolerant enlighten nazis...

Marsim of all sort is much more than Faith..

WASHINGTON -- Concerning Mormons and Republicans, history offers a large helping of irony. In 1843, an Army officer named John C. Fremont led a geographical expedition of 39 men more than 1,700 miles to the shores of the Great Salt Lake. His report on the journey inspired hounded Mormons to mount their wagons and resettle in the Great Basin.

Thirteen years later in Philadelphia, Fremont became the first presidential nominee of the Republican Party, which adopted a platform opposing the "twin relics of barbarism -- Polygamy, and Slavery." The slogan, and the anti-Mormon sentiment behind it, caught on. A...