SEAL teams. Get it right.
And no, he wouldn't unless they had never drank coffee or Coke
or tea or any iced beverage and agreed that he was a God-In-Becoming.
Plus, the magic underpants should be consulted.. but not in all cases.
Would the SEALs wear them? That's the question.
Would you trust those drawers in a combat situation?
Uh oh. I have offended the capitalized letters police...
Stick with the main purpose of this thread, and not inject into this thread Red Herrings and other logically fallacious diversionary tactics.
In the end, we know that were two large rooms side by side, with one filled with center-left voters and moderates and the other room filled with conservatives/Tea Partiers, Romney would speak to one group, telling them what they wanted to hear.
And then he would exit to speak to the next group - telling what they wanted to hear - even on the same day if need be.
Considering they were not named after seals and their name is actually an acronym, technically it is SeAL, or SeaAL if you prefer.
Doubtful if there is a mormon mission to Yemen.