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More Religious Division, from Obama Campaign

Late last week, I pointed out the strange new interest in Mormonism coming from the MSM, and the fact that Obama campaign supporters weren't above trying to use religious bigotry to win.
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Now, it appears the Obama campaign itself is openly in on the action. In response to a Romney tweet commemorating the death of Neil Armstrong, an Obama for America coordinator tweeted what can only be construed as an anti-Mormon remark.

As I have noted before, left-wing efforts to employ religious bigotry as a campaign tool reflect the left's low opinion of evangelical Christians, whom they believe are religious bigots (projection!).  The President's campaign isn't above this sort of strategy, as we saw today courtesy of twitter.

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