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Romney and His Faith

Panda Wrote: Aug 07, 2012 2:19 AM
My president doesn't dictate my religion. If he did, I'd now be a devotee of Black Liberation Theology. I don't care if Mitt worships a picture of dancing kittens. We're hiring him for a government position, not for Pastor In Chief. The idea that ANY Christians (of which I am one) would be INSANELY STUPID ENOUGH to stand by and allow the most anti-Christian president in American history to be re-elected because Romney is a Mormon IS ABSURD. If there is one Christian--just one--who is that mind-numbingly idiotic, then I am losing hope for this nation. I really am.
annfan_777 Wrote: Aug 07, 2012 7:45 AM
I'd like to see Mitt show a little backbone, and actually stand up for Christians under attack by the left. Perhaps if he were to grow a spine, and begin defending the tried and true principles that were in evidence on August 1st all around the country, he might be able to inspire the grassroots base and generate some real enthusiasm for his candidacy. It's not enough just to say "I'm not Obama, and I'm running for president."
Deckard Wrote: Aug 07, 2012 2:34 AM

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...