I won’t vote for Mitt because he is a Mormon. It’s a strange religion that was debunked years ago when the U.S. Supreme Court outlawed polygamy. He’ll be as “testy” on other issues ... he lacks the temperament for President and flip flops on issues. He’s a lost cause. He can admire himself all he likes in the mirror but he won’t have my vote and won’t win. He’s just a spoiler.
posted on 08/04/2007 2:41:05 PM PDT
(Intelligent people recognize Intelligent Design (God) .)
Without his disclosure of his beliefs makes one question his intentions in office. Some might argue that it is a personal matter but I disagree when it comes to play with the POTUS. I believe it speaks volumns of a persons integrity when these questions are asked.
Mitt is a B/S’er
posted on 08/04/2007 2:51:18 PM PDT
(Fred instead of Purebred, Crossbred and the Hothead)
Everything you need to know about Romney was said by Carville:
James Carville: "It's a feel-good story, this Romney thing. Romney is an ascendant guy."
posted on 08/04/2007 3:18:41 PM PDT
(Igitur qui desiderat pacem, praeparet bellum)
I’m a Mormon, and I am not strange, nor has my religion been debunked.
Not voting for someone based solely on their religious denomination is silly and childish, but to each his own.
I’m not voting for Mitt (unless he somehow inexplicably wins the nomination) because, in my view, he’s not conservative enough. (I also personally feel he’s not Mormon enough, but that alone wouldn’t sway my vote.)
posted on 08/04/2007 3:48:56 PM PDT
by Choose Ye This Day
(Ask not what you can expect from life; ask what life expects from you. -- Viktor Frankl)
Personally, I think you’re being stupid. I know a lot of Mormons in my town — who I do NOT agree with on religion,but who are wonderful, loving, giving, generous people.
By their fruits shall you know them.
I also know a lot of Baptist type Christians who were very judgmental of me during a very hard time (Down Syndrome twins) than the Mormons. They were loving, nonjudgmental and there to help, no matter what, in my time of trouble — and NEVER EVER tried to convert me to their religion. That is the truth.
posted on 08/04/2007 11:28:04 PM PDT
(I'm a flag-wavin' American! Support our beloved troops!)
Jesus Christ is my Savior, Redeemer and personal Friend. I am not ashamed of the Gospel of Jesus Christ. I am grateful to Heavenly Father for sending His Son to die for me to save me from my sins. The Holy Ghost tells me it’s true.
I am a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints and I wish people would stop telling lies about my faith and my candidate.
Considering Mormonism a Christian heresy and close to a cult, I am uncomfortable with the Mormon faith.
However, I am far more uncomfortable with a Methodist named Hillary Clinton, a devotee of the Church of Christ named Barak Obama, or a member of the Church of the Tort Bar named John Edwards.
If he is the nominee, I will support Romney as I know he will never do the harm to the Constitution or the country as would the orthodox Christians who are likely to be the nominee of the Democratic Party.
Indeed, Romney’s election might stimulate a new interest in Christianity.
Its a strange religion that was debunked years ago when the U.S. Supreme Court outlawed polygamy.
Uh, so the Supreme Court is the arbiter of which faith is the correct one?
I'm not a Mormon and have a great many disagreements with their doctrine, but this statement is just weird.
posted on 08/08/2007 7:07:14 AM PDT
(Ye shall know the truth, and the truth shall make you free.)
I wont vote for Mitt because he is a Mormon.
You weren't very intelligently designed.
There are over 1300 religious denominations in America. Why don't you tell us your religious test so we know who can and can't be president.
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