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@Little...I don't buy that. There are people who have clinically insane beliefs. It's not un-American to refuse to accept a candidate with insane beliefs. Would you want someone who worshiped Satan running this country? Would it be un-American to be biased against Satanists? Not saying that Mormons are Satanists but come on! An angel named Moroni? Golden tablets etched in "reformed Egyptian"? Sliver spectacles with "seer stones" for lenses? A self-proclaimed prophet whose prophecies are better than 80% false with the other 20% being questionable? Magic underwear?
People should check out what an ex-Mormon has to say and then google more info. http://www.exmormon.org/whyileft.htm
@Alive...Really? Do you know what Mormons believe in? There are religious beliefs and then there is....Mormonism. I put believing in the claims of a known con artist and fraud (Joseph Smith) on the same level as believing in alien abduction. An angel named Moroni? Golden tablets etched in "reformed Egyptian"? Sliver spectacles with "seer stones" for lenses? A self-proclaimed prophet whose prophecies are better than 80% false with the other 20% being questionable? Magic underwear? IMO, anyone who believes this fairytale is either extremely ignorant or belongs in the same asylum as those who have been "abducted by aliens". Certainly not qualified to be president of the US. Scary that one of them might be! People should check out what an
And you do realize, Amy, don't you, that it takes a supermajority to overcome a filibuster in the Senate, which the dems have never had...don't you? You also realize that even when the Dems had a majority in the House, those minority Republicans in the Senate could and did over ride the Democratic majority in the House, right?
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Obama, Rubio Birthers Should Read the Law

Ron3260 Wrote: May 29, 2012 7:39 PM
Where in the world did you get that? Here is the exact wording from the 14th pertaining to citizenship: All persons born or naturalized in the United States, and subject to the jurisdiction thereof, are citizens of the United States and of the State wherein they reside. Nowhere does it mention parents or natural.
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