As for me, come the Mormon Second Coming, I’m boarding that magical Nephite spaceship to take me to star Kolob, where the Mormon god Elohim will greet me in human form.
After all, I’ve got my temple recommend.
From the transcript: " Again asking Romney to come back to show, Mickelson offered, "I hope we can do this so we can expend some quality time on here rather than the sound bytes."
"No, I don't like coming on the air and having you go after me and my church," Romney testily responded.
"I'm not going after your church; I agree with your church!" Mickelson replied somewhat incredulously.
"I'm not running as a Mormon," Romney came back, "and I get a little tired of coming on a show like yours and having it all about Mormon."
"See, I don't mind about it being all about that," Mickelson explained.
"I do. I do," Romney struck back.
The bickering went on, even as Romney was walking out the studio door and pointed out that he's "not running to talk about Mormonism."
That's gonna go over real well with the mormon voters...especially at the "Ask Mitt Anything" forums.
My sons tell me it's time to contribute to their blog with a dispatch from the campaign trail. Boy, are they working hard and having fun at the same time! Im told the Five Brothers blog is one of the most popular features on our web site. I guess I can't put this off any longer. This week I found myself in Iowa. At a forum in Sioux Center, attended by more than 250 people, I got the opportunity to answer questions from citizens. It's something we do regularly. We call them "Ask Mitt Anything" forums. Of course, as I tell audiences I meet with, "I don't know everything, but you can ask me anything."
From Five Brothers: The Romney Campaign Blog
Reminscent of the dubious Nathaniel: "Can anything good come out of Nazareth?"
Why do you people hate Mormons so much? Any faith can be ridiculed by outsiders--that takes no brain at all-- but even so, it hardly justifies the snarky attitude.