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If Mormonism Is Fair Game, so Is Jeremiah Wright

rocketsquirrel Wrote: Apr 26, 2012 5:48 PM
Worth repeating --- One has to wonder if Mitt Romney's Mormon pastor ever yelled "gd America! gd America!" during a "sermon" like Wright did? But the worst part of the infamous "gd" sermon was what Wright was saying loudly in his "sermon", THE worst part was the reaction of the congregation to hearing these words from the pulpit by their pastor - in what is supposed to be a Christian church! Just watch again, and focus on those present that day. So, let America compare --- Obama's former one and Romney's current one. - Yes, let's see if the mainstream media take us up on this comparison!
BIGSKYER Wrote: Apr 26, 2012 10:09 PM
We don't have Pastors rocket squirrel, not by title anyway, but we do have ministers. Those who are called to be leaders in the Church, do not preach politics from the pulpit, nor do they preach hate. Moreover, it's the individual congregant who makes the choice of who he or she will vote for.

A well-regarded Republican strategist at a private gathering recently warned, "And just wait until they play that Mormon card." By "they," he meant the Obama campaign and its complicit media cheerleaders.

Lawrence O'Donnell, only days later, gave his viewers a historical tutorial on the Mormon religion, darkly suggesting that we all should be afraid, very afraid. The Democratic governor of Montana, Brian Schweitzer, called Mitt Romney's grandfather a "polygamist."

This is actually good news for the Romney campaign.

By making Romney's Mormonism an issue, the Obama campaign has, as trial lawyers like to say, "reopened" the issue...