Skip to comments.Does Mormonism Scare you? Does the thought of a Mormon US President Romney scare you? READ THIS!
Posted on 01/27/2012 12:18:49 PM PST by mitchell001
Does the thought of Mitt Romney, a devout Mormon and Mormon leader, becoming President scare you? After reading this testimonial of an ex-Mormon ((http://www.infidels.org/library/modern/richard_packham/why.html)), I am scared of Mitt Romney becoming President. Remember when Barack Obama was seeking the nomination in 2008, his 20 year attendance at Jerimiah Wright's church where radical preaching took place was glossed over by the American public and the press. I say we do not make the same mistake with Mitt Romney and his leadership role in the Mormon Church. In the GOP nominating process, let's explore Mitt's Mormon beliefs. Am I totally off base? Please read the link on the ex-Mormon above!
Romney’s proper title is Bishop Romney. He is a senior cleric in the Mormon tradition as evidenced by his vile hatred of the conservative movement and the candidates who support it.
Yes & yes.
I have not read your article, but I’ll throw this in: I’ve studied mormonism and I’ve studied bible prophesy. I believe that if Romney is our next president, a strong case can be made for the likelihood that he is the antichrist, right down the the connection to the false religion.
Of course, if he is not elected, pretty much NO case can be made. ;-)
I’m not scared though. Fear is the absence of faith, and vice versa.
The problem with Mitt is not where he goes on Sunday mornings, it's what he thinks and does the rest of the week. I hope that other conservatives will focus on Mitt's record rather than his faith and reject him based on the valid objections to his support for a massive government intrusion into our lives rather than based on a peripheral issue. Personally, I wish FR would delete the "Mormon" threads (they don't make us look good), although the fact that they get so little support reassures me.
Milt is also title a ‘high priest’ in the LDS inc Melchizadek Priesthood, the specious copy of what The Bible proclaims Jesus to be and as a ‘one and only, because he is our priest forever never needing to be replaced.’
I’m not scared by the thought of a Mormon president.
I am scared by the thought of a president who was acceptable to the same electorate that put the Swimmer and the Gigolo in the Senate for decades.
Milt is also titled a ‘high priest’ in the LDS inc Melchizadek Priesthood, the specious copy of what The Bible proclaims Jesus to be and Jesus as a ‘one and only, because he is our priest forever never needing to be replaced.’
Ditto:, Romney is Evil and should never be elected to anything. Watch the DVD Mormomonism’s Temple of Doom.
Every single nationally known mormon politician is a liberal.
The Udall clan.
See my tagline.
Yes. It’s a creepy cult. Remember, Grampa Romney fled to Mexico one jump ahead of the law so he could have his multiple wives.
Now Romney is trying to use this to pander and pretend he’s a Mexican? I think I’ll upchuck.
But that’s typical Mormon. Their beliefs are nuts...Romney thinks he’s going to get his own planet, well-stocked with wives, when he dies...but they like to sneak into Christian organizations and pretend they belong there.
They don’t, any more than Muslims do. Jesus to them is just another self-realized prophet. They’re a crackpot syncretist religion founded by a “prophet” who obviously was annoyed about not attracting those of the female persuasion (kind of reminds you of Mad Mohammed, doesn’t it) and built an endless supply of nubile females into his religion.
Peronally, I would put SE Idaho (majority Mormon) near the top of my places to flee when TSHTF.
Every Mormon that I’ve had the pleasure to know (and I’ve known plenty) has exhibited traits that are far, far superior to virtually any of the liberals I’ve known. Really.
There are plenty of reasons other than religion to not vote for RINOmney.
The best summary is that he is a vapid dork. (No religion can counter dorkicity. No education can conquer vapidicity (witness the Cretin-in-Chief). (Copyright on those two very appropriate RINOmney description words..heh)
However, is religion is NOT a valid reason to not want to boost the human weathervane into our highest office.
Learn about mormonISM.
Romney is who he is BECAUSE of mormonISM, not in spite of it.
For Romney to be elected president would legitimize mormonISM, to the SLC lds he would be a fulfillment of their prophecies, that only a saint (lds) can restore the country.
Learn about mormonISM.
If Mitt was a better Mormon, he’d probably be a better (or actual) conservative. As it stands, this Jew is voting for Gingrich as a result of Romney’s past performance.
Actually, I’ve said the same about Obama, and believe it is very possible. Interestingly, I’ve had several people (face to face) over the last couple of years actually ask me, “Do you think Obama is the antichrist?”
So if Romeny becomes the nominee that means you will vote for 0dumbo
if you don’t vote that is also a vote for 0dumbo
amazing that none of the mormons in poltical office or who have been in political office tried to kill us or turn us into devils
We’ve already endured 3 years of the worst possible fright. A muzzie “president”.
Romney is who he is BECAUSE of his mormonISM.
I would suspect you do feel they seem superior as they as trained that they are superior.
Learn about mormonISM.
Does the thought of a Mormon US President Romney scare you?
Yes, but it's about his slimy, flip-flopping, wishy-washy moderate nature, not his religion.
When I was in high school, I remember coming across a book about a church that read like that. Only it was about the Roman Catholic Church, not the Church of Latter-day Saints. It's irrelevant.
You better be scared of how the Dems will use Romney’s wacko religion to make him look like a fool in the general election.
Not to mention the historical racism of the Mormon church.
The right is much more religious than the left. The left is more accepting of any “belief system” and scornful of most religion unless it suits their purpose.
Just wait till Mitt’s mormon practices are put in the spotlight. Late night won’t even need writers, because the material will write itself.
I can’t believe the GOP can be this stupid, but money talks.
You might be interested to read the mental ravings of Brian Mitchell, the self-styled Mormon prophet who abducted Elizabeth Smart.
Bible prophecy does demonstrate the similarities of ‘roles’ some flesh beings activists on the lefe and right playing roles that give the ‘signature key’ to what the antichrist will do/be.
The one who tempted Christ is the antichrist. Not some flesh being who needs ‘wall street’ hedge fundies to prop him/her up.
All teaching on Revelation is controversial, as you and I have demonstrated in our posts. :-)
Those who swallowed the muslim won’t gag on the mormon. I just hope e rest of the nation gets off its knees. Go Newt.
I’d rather be stabbed in the front by a known enemy than in the back by an alleged ally.
The problem is that Brian Mitchell represents what Mormonism really is. The reason US settlers in wagon trains were scared of the Mormons was that the Mormons were nuts...remember the Mountain Meadows massacre, which the Mormons initially tried to blame on the Indians.
I have also have people ask me that question.
BHO is AN anti-Christ but I do not beleive he is THE anti-Christ.
Pretty sure THE anti-Christ will be way smarter.
I maintain Mitt's Mormon beliefs are a critical election issue and I raise following arguments in support of this position:
It is not right to say doctrine doesn't matter at all. Take Islam, for instance. It would be dangerously naive to assume, as American civil religion does, that all religions are pretty much the same. It's true that most religions share core ethical teachings, but orthodox Islam also teaches unambiguously that there is to be no separation of religion and state, that non-Muslims are to live subservient under law to Muslims, and in some sects that Allah commands a jihad or "holy war" be waged against non-Muslim "infidels". To the extent that a Muslim wishes to preside over our pluralist liberal democracy, he will have had to break radically from his faith's fundamentals.
Liberals who insist that religion has no place at all in American politics have to account for the Christian roots of many social reforms. Consider for example the abolitionism and the civil rights movement. When faced with the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr., and other black clergymen explicitly appealing to Christian scripture against Jim Crow, Southern segregationists groused that religion had no business in politics. You can't praise religion's role in political discourse only when it advances causes of which you approve or is practiced by constituencies blacks, say, that vote Democratic.
If God doesn't exist, then by what standard do we decide right from wrong? If a society recognizes no independent, transcendent guardian of the moral order, will it not, over time, lose its self-discipline and decline into barbarism? The eminent sociologist Philip Rieff, who was not a believer, said that man would either live in fear of God or would be condemned to live in fear of the evil in himself.
Mitt, himself, has placed his Mormon faith under scrutiny. In his famous speech on Mormonism, Mitt said that a person should not be rejected . . . because of his faith. His supporters say it is akin to rejecting a Barack Obama because he is black. But Obama was born black; Romney is a Mormon because he accepts the beliefs of the Mormon faith. This permits us, therefore, to make inferences about his judgment and character, good or bad.
Mitt has promised to fully obey Mormon teachings without hesitation and without question.
In his February 26, 1980 speech at BYU titled Fourteen Fundamentals in Following the Prophet, LDS President Ezra Taft Benson maintained the Mormon Church President spoke with inerrant authority on "any matter, temporal or spiritual " and was "not required to have any particular earthly training or credentials to speak on any subject or act on any matter at any time."Mitt either intended to honor his promises to follow another man's instructions, or he lied. In the case of the former, we are entitled to know where these directives lead, and in the alternative, we should be concerned about Mitt's honesty.
As a Temple Mormon, Mormon Bishop and Stake President, Mitt has sworn among other things, he recognizes the President of the LDS Church as a "prophet, seer and revelator," and will "obey the rules, laws, and commandments of the gospel" as proclaimed by Mormon Prophets.
Mitt made these solemn vows with the understanding they effect "time and all eternity."
For these reasons, among others, I assert Mitts beliefs are indeed a legitimate issue for determining his qualifications for elected public office.
Gee, what other (so-called) religion has a similar belief?
Not nearly as much as the thought of a two-term racist, anti-Semitic, anti-American muslim do.......
This discussion is crazy talk.
No, and no.
No, but a RINO does.
If you can get by Romneycare his religion is chump change..
Romneycare shows who HE IS not what he wants to be..
The man is a democrat with a (R) by his name..
Actually, I was not referring to 'Revelation'. Moses was the first prophet. Revelation is a book that overlays in a different prospective the book of Daniel. And yes while Revelation is by many considered prophetic it was not the first to record the warning. My own personal way to describe the prophets is the prism... 'ONE' light gives different reflections upon who what where when and why.
Actually, I should have been more clear. When I use the word “antichrist”, I’m really referring to the beast in Revelation, as described in chapter 13
.... and the problem with that is?
Yeah. I consider Daniel and Ezekiel to be heavy on the prophesy, but let’s face it, most of the bible is prophesy.
And the habit of talking of the antichrist in the context I’ve been using it is a bad one. It’s in John. Revelation never really uses the word.
It is not lost on me, btw, that a lot of imams are talking about the soon coming of the 12th imam while a lot of rabbi’s are talking about us looking like we are very close to Ezekiel 39.
And of course, we all know that Fear is the path to the Dark Side. Fear leads to anger. Anger leads to hate. Hate leads to suffering.
I do NOT understand these words. Mitt Romney lied serially last night. Yet claimed 'providence' blah blah blah. Romney himself has displayed a bit of the devil in himself.... now I can in NO way attribute that to Mormonism... but accusing one of being a 'religious bigots' after the devilish show last night is a wee bit over the edge.
i have been suggesting that FReepers Google “The white Horse Prophecy”, by Joseph Smith the key sentence of which is “when the Constitution is hanging by a thread”, uttered by both Orrin Hatch and Glenn Beck in the past year.
The prophecy is that the Mormon Church will take over the government of the U.S., then that of the world!
You also might want to read, “Can Mitt Romney Serve Two Masters?”, by Tricia Erickson, daughter of another Mormon priest, now an ex-Mormon herself.
Would you rather have a Mormon or a muslim?
BTW, unless you know someone specific to run to in your shtf scenario, S.E. Idaho will be in constant state of seige with marauders seeking the years supply food stores of those Mormons you admire.
And if you live to see the day that Salt Lake LDS inc starts aligning/confabing with Chrislam, the end is very near.
And I have read that the Mormon church is a secret society, composed of a combination of Freemasonry, Hinduism, Islam with enough of a smattering of the Holy bible to hide behind.
LDS fond memories ping!
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