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MSNBC's Bashir Examines What Mormonism Says About Romney's Lying Problem

TheLoneRanger Wrote: Apr 21, 2012 6:18 PM
As a retired bishop in the Mormon faith, Mitt Romney is a good man. He knows that we are in a cultural war against the enemies of America's Biblical values and traditions. The reason Romney is running for president is to help patriots restore America to these God given and widely treasured blessings. When Martin Bashir attached Romney for "lying", he did what liberals do; he was selective in the use of facts and then famously took them out of context. Bashir used Romney's Book of Mormon and Doctrine and Covenants to seek to condemn him. But he conveniently did not quote The Book of Mormon at Alma 43:30. It states, "And he also knowing that it was the only desire of the Nephites to preserve their lands, and their liberty, and their...
TheLoneRanger Wrote: Apr 21, 2012 6:22 PM
church, therefore he thought it no sin that he should defend them by stratagem.”

Just as all opinions are not of equal validity, all lies are not equal. In a war or cultural war, where the enemy is involved, we are under no moral obligation to reveal the truth to them no matter how much they try to shame us into doing it.

Bashir’s arrogance and condescending behavior make him among the most repulsive of the extreme left wing lackeys to date. We should pray for him.
lholloway Wrote: Oct 25, 2012 6:38 PM
Thank you, TLR, for publicly verifying your religion's stance on truth telling. See, most of the world's religions do see all lies as the same. Morally speaking. Which is why I can not support a Mormon in a leadership capacity in my government. Ever.

After citing the Book of Mormon and the D&C as a rebuke against Mitt Romney's "lying" problem, Martin Bashir offers Mitt two options regarding his future. The first option is to continue lying, win the presidency, but "bring eternal damnation" upon yourself--according to the tenets of Mormon scripture. Option two is to tell the truth, and I assume, lose the election. Solid reporting there Bashir.