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America's Reputation in the Muslim World Is Worse Than Ever

salter Wrote: Sep 13, 2012 2:03 PM
r, Many evangelicals who would normally vote Republican say they view Mormonism as a cult. Several of those interviewed in Lynchburg were devotees of the TV series "Big Love" and "Sister Wives," about polygamous Mormon families. They were unaware that the Mormon Church long ago renounced polygamy. "Mormons don't believe like we believe," said Dianna McCullough, a retired factory worker, as she tossed salad in a Tree of Life Ministries soup kitchen. "Like the wives -- Romney's probably got more than one."
Brent150 Wrote: Sep 13, 2012 2:23 PM
It appears you desire to drive a wedge between traditional R voters and candidate Romney.
I am an Evangelical
I normally vote Republican
I view Mormonism as a cult
I'll be voting for Romney.
A person who refuses to vote for Romney becuase he is a Mormon is just as bad as a person who refuses to vote for Obama because he is black. Romney gets my vote becuase he is 'more of a man'.
Becca in TX Wrote: Sep 13, 2012 3:33 PM
Brent-OR just as bad as a person who votes for Obama just becasse he's black. That's just as racist as refusing to vote for him because he's black.
Despite a promise that America's reputation would be restored throughout the world during his tenure, public opinion of the United States is worse than ever in the Muslim world.

Attacks on American diplomatic institutions in Egypt, Libya and Yemen this week highlight the low approval ratings that the United States has in the Arab world. A Pew Research Center Global Attitudes Project poll completed in June showed that in places like Lebanon, Egypt, Jordan and Pakistan, U.S. favorability is lower now than it was at the end of President Bush's tenure.