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Romney Falling Victim to Voters' Religious Discrimination
FOX News ^ | Tuesday, October 30, 2007 | Martin Frost

Posted on 10/30/2007 12:08:40 PM PDT by delacoert

Sometimes things happen in American politics that make no sense at all. We are experiencing just one of those moments in the 2008 presidential campaign.

I thought that the concept of a religious test for public office in our country was put to bed once and for all when John Kennedy, a Catholic, was elected president in 1960 and Joe Lieberman, an Orthodox Jew, was nominated for vice president in 2000.

Now we have a candidate with a record of accomplishment, Mitt Romney, who is consistently lagging in the polls with the most credible reason being that significant numbers of Republican primary voters will not support him because of his Mormon religion.

When voters, particularly in the South, are asked to identify candidates that they would not support for president under any circumstances, Romney leads the list. Romney is rejected as a potential presidential candidate in this type polling more often than other polarizing figures such as Rudy Giuliani. It has become increasingly clear that many conservative voters will not support an otherwise qualified candidate who happens to be a Mormon.

As a Democrat, I wouldn’t vote for Romney in the general election if he is nominated by the Republican Party. But I’ll be damned if I can understand why he should be disqualified from seeking his party’s nomination because of his religion. This makes no logical sense in the world’s greatest democracy in the 21st century.

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As a Democrat, I wouldn’t vote for Romney... But

Wow, we should really pay attention to this guy's views on Republican candidates.

1 posted on 10/30/2007 12:08:41 PM PDT by delacoert
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To: delacoert
I thought that the concept of a religious test for public office in our country was put to bed once and for all when John Kennedy, a Catholic, was elected president in 1960 and Joe Lieberman, an Orthodox Jew, was nominated for vice president in 2000.

Then you were really, really stupid, weren't you, Bud?

2 posted on 10/30/2007 12:10:03 PM PDT by BibChr ("...behold, they have rejected the word of the LORD, so what wisdom is in them?" [Jer. 8:9])
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To: delacoert
But I’ll be damned if I can understand why he should be disqualified from seeking his party’s nomination because of his religion.

When was he disqualified? Last I heard, he was still seeking his party's nomination.
3 posted on 10/30/2007 12:10:42 PM PDT by mmichaels1970
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To: delacoert
Dunno, maybe people will not vote for him because he would be the first Mexican-American President.
4 posted on 10/30/2007 12:10:54 PM PDT by BGHater (Bread and Circuses)
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To: delacoert
Romney's a flip-flopping, airbrushed John Kerry lite who wishes he was John Edwards lite.

Kind of sad, really.

5 posted on 10/30/2007 12:11:05 PM PDT by JohnnyZ (Romney : "not really trying to define what is technically amnesty. I'll let the lawyers decide.")
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To: delacoert

>>I thought that the concept of a religious test for public office in our country was put to bed once and for all when John Kennedy, a Catholic, was elected<<

That’s foolish thing to say in light of polls that say something like 80% of Americans would not vote for an atheist.


6 posted on 10/30/2007 12:12:34 PM PDT by gondramB (Preach the Gospel at all times, and when necessary, use words.)
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To: delacoert
"Now we have a candidate with a record of accomplishment, Mitt Romney, who is consistently lagging in the polls with the most credible reason being that significant numbers of Republican primary voters will not support him because of his Mormon religion."

LOL.....this should read "Now we have a candidate with a record of accomplishment flip flopping and liberal policies, Mitt Romney, who is consistently lagging in the polls with the most credible reason being that significant numbers of Republican primary voters will not support him because of his Mormon religion historical pro-abortion record, anti-2nd Amendment platforms, and ambivalent positions on so-called gay rights."
7 posted on 10/30/2007 12:13:21 PM PDT by indcons
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To: JohnnyZ

No joke, the problem with Romney is not that he’s a mormon, but that he, until 2 weeks before running for office was a:

Pro-abortion
HillaryCare
Anti-Gun
Pro-Gay

liberal from Taxachussets.

His road-to-Damascus switch-a-roo is just too obviously a lie.


8 posted on 10/30/2007 12:13:48 PM PDT by TheThirdRuffian
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To: delacoert

I’d choose Romney on his worst day over a democrat.


9 posted on 10/30/2007 12:14:10 PM PDT by tennteacher (Duncan Hunter '08)
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To: delacoert

Of course, missing from this piece of awful analysis is the simple understanding that Romney was a hard leftwinger for 35 years, until he suddenly realized he needed conservative votes if he was ever going to win the Republican presidential nomination.

Romney is being rightfully rejected, not because of his membership in the LDS church, but because of his record as a liberal.


10 posted on 10/30/2007 12:14:20 PM PDT by EternalVigilance (With "Republicans" like this, who needs Democrats?)
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To: delacoert
But I’ll be damned if I can understand why he should be disqualified from seeking his party’s nomination because of his religion.

Disqualified? Since when? Last I saw, he is still in the race. Individual voters are free to choose who they will or will not support for any reason they choose. That is not "disqualifying". In order for Romney to be disqualified due to a religious test, the government would have to prevent him from running. That has not and will not happen.

11 posted on 10/30/2007 12:14:24 PM PDT by Pete (Run, Vaclav, run!!)
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To: delacoert

Know what? People can vote, or not vote, for someone based on anything. If they think the space aliens from Pluto have replaced Candidate X’s brain, they’re free to not vote for him whether or not Candidate X’s brain is alien-free. If they don’t like the name he gives his pet aardvark, or the color of shoes he wears, or his underwear type.

It may or may not be a stupid reason but give up with these moronic “how dare voters make a decision based on factors that matter to them and not to me” articles already, drive by morons!


12 posted on 10/30/2007 12:14:25 PM PDT by JenB (2 days to go until NaNoWriMo starts: Word Count 0/50000)
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To: delacoert

I know I’m convinced of that.

Hmmm, why would conservatives not want to vote for a guy who is not? Hmmm... hmmm... hmmm... oh I’ve got it. He’s Mormon.

What a blithering idiot. (idiot is my favorite word of the week) Next week it will be democrat, but then that’s cheating. The two words are interchangable.


13 posted on 10/30/2007 12:14:38 PM PDT by DoughtyOne (We yen to be numba one. We find Crintons to be vewy good people. Worth every penny.)
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To: tennteacher
I’d choose Romney on his worst day over a democrat.

His worst day? Like the day he signed a permanent assault weapons ban? Or the day he implemented gay marriage? Or the day he signed socialized medicine into law, complete with taxpayer-funded abortions? Or one of his other "worst" days?

Not even Hillary had so many "bad days."

14 posted on 10/30/2007 12:16:21 PM PDT by EternalVigilance (With "Republicans" like this, who needs Democrats?)
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To: delacoert

Romney’s problem is not that he is a Mormon (I actually think for most conservatives that is a plus...not all but most). Mitt’s problem is that he has a record showing he is a big government moderate with a liberal social agenda.


15 posted on 10/30/2007 12:16:49 PM PDT by big'ol_freeper ("Those who hammer their guns into plows will plow for those who do not." ~ Thomas Jefferson)
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To: delacoert
My favorite line:

When voters, particularly in the South, are asked to identify candidates that they would not support for president under any circumstances, Romney leads the list.

Romney supporters.... bwahahaha! It doesn't say just Republican voters, it doesn't say just Southern voters, it says voters. Period.

16 posted on 10/30/2007 12:17:10 PM PDT by delacoert
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To: delacoert
I thought that the concept of a religious test for public office in our country was put to bed once and for all when John Kennedy, a Catholic, was elected president in 1960 and Joe Lieberman, an Orthodox Jew, was nominated for vice president in 2000.

Ask Joe Lieberman what democrats were saying about his being jewish in 2004 when he ran.

The party of tolerance the democratic party was not.

17 posted on 10/30/2007 12:17:50 PM PDT by Sonny M ("oderint dum metuant")
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To: delacoert
You are looking at first class propaganda and most likely from the Clinton War Room, Politics of Personal Destruction.

Now we have a candidate with a record of accomplishment, Mitt Romney, who is consistently lagging in the polls with the most credible reason being that significant numbers of Republican primary voters will not support him because of his Mormon religion.

Mitt is doing very nicely and I know of no person who won't support him because of his religion....at least he has one.

18 posted on 10/30/2007 12:19:18 PM PDT by yoe ( NO THIRD TERM FOR THE CLINTON'S!!!)
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To: big'ol_freeper
The fact that he's Morman does not even register with me. He is a RINO....yesterday, today and tomorrow!

It's not about religion, it is about his liberal tendancies and flip-flopping on critical issues.

19 posted on 10/30/2007 12:20:44 PM PDT by Bobbisox (ALL AMERICAN GRANDMA FREEPER, and a LOYAL and DEDICATED FredHEAD!)
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To: yoe
first class propaganda and most likely from the Clinton War Room

Might be on to something there. A nice backhanded way to brand Republicans as ignorant and intolerant.
20 posted on 10/30/2007 12:20:55 PM PDT by mmichaels1970
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To: delacoert
Former Congressman Martin Frost is a keen observer of national politics who has held a number of leadership positions for the Democratic Party and is considered one of the party’s top strategists.

Oooooooho, one clever little Democrat is this Frost. Feel free to e-mail him about his propaganda piece.....mfrost@polsinelli.com

21 posted on 10/30/2007 12:23:11 PM PDT by yoe ( NO THIRD TERM FOR THE CLINTON'S!!!)
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To: Bobbisox

Bingo...


22 posted on 10/30/2007 12:23:22 PM PDT by ejonesie22 (265 pound Lemming with attitude for Thompson!)
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To: delacoert

Romney has more than one problem as a candidate. I don’t see how you can separate one from another. It may not be his religion, but if voters are not sure about him, and they are uncomfortable about his religion, that might tip them over to vote for someone else.

A candidate is the whole package, accomplishment and problems. If Romney was solid on issues, I doubt most voters would have a problem with his religion. If he has a problem, it is that people don’t see him as solid.


23 posted on 10/30/2007 12:24:17 PM PDT by daylilly
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To: mmichaels1970
backhanded way to brand Republicans as ignorant and intolerant.

No, I don't think so. Look at #16.

24 posted on 10/30/2007 12:25:55 PM PDT by delacoert
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To: BGHater

People will not vote for him because he is a Mormon. People’s idea of being Christian if fairly limited to Protestant, Catholic and Jewish denominations and possibly Islam all before (well before) Latter Day Saints. The years have not been good in terms of PR for them.


25 posted on 10/30/2007 12:34:40 PM PDT by K-oneTexas (I'm not a judge and there ain't enough of me to be a jury. (Zell Miller, A National Party No More))
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To: delacoert

I think his problem isn’t that he is Mormon, but rather that he isn’t Mormon enough. I tend to think of Mormons as socially conservative to a fault, but with Reid as the current Mormon of power, maybe I need to re-think things.


26 posted on 10/30/2007 12:39:42 PM PDT by WildcatClan (DUNCAN HUNTER- The only choice for true conservatives)
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To: delacoert
People with holy underwear have strange bed fellows!

Or is it people that are wholly underwear have strange bed fellows!

Or is it people with holes in their underwear have strange bed fellows!

27 posted on 10/30/2007 12:39:57 PM PDT by Right_Rev
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To: Right_Rev

That is strange and a bit insincere that the Mormons are now attempting to pretend the symbols aren’t Masonic. Still, if he were a consistent conservative, I wouldn’t care that he has special drawers.


28 posted on 10/30/2007 12:43:55 PM PDT by WildcatClan (DUNCAN HUNTER- The only choice for true conservatives)
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To: delacoert

Martin Frost isn’t trying to help Republicans; he’s trying to paint Republicans as “intolerant” and “bigoted.”


29 posted on 10/30/2007 12:44:02 PM PDT by rightinthemiddle (Without the Media, the Left and Islamofacists are Nothing.)
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To: delacoert
Now we have a candidate with a record of accomplishment, Mitt Romney, who is consistently lagging in the polls with the most credible reason being that significant numbers of Republican primary voters will not support him because of his Mormon religion.

Too funny.

30 posted on 10/30/2007 12:44:48 PM PDT by TheDon (The DemocRAT party is the party of TREASON! Overthrow the terrorist's congress!)
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To: delacoert
0bviously Mr. Frost, an admitted Dim, is pitching the Romulan for two reasons:

1. He'll be the easiest Republican for Hillary to beat (probably carrying only the state of Utah).
2. Or, if he does happen to win, he's the most acceptable of the GOP slate of candidates (Dims seem to realize, like most of us, that he'll flip on all his conservative promises he's lied about).

31 posted on 10/30/2007 12:44:48 PM PDT by meandog (I'm one of the FEW and the BRAVE FReepers still supporting John McCain)
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To: yoe
You are looking at first class propaganda and most likely from the Clinton War Room, Politics of Personal Destruction

I think you are on to something. It seems most posters agree.

32 posted on 10/30/2007 12:49:03 PM PDT by TheDon (The DemocRAT party is the party of TREASON! Overthrow the terrorist's congress!)
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To: delacoert

I really wonder if people won’t vote for him because he’s Mormon. Maybe the problem is, he’s not Mormon enough...


33 posted on 10/30/2007 12:52:49 PM PDT by nickcarraway
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To: delacoert
But I’ll be damned if I can understand why he should be disqualified from seeking his party’s nomination because of his religion.

Wow! Somebody got ahold of EVERY primary ballot & crossed his name off?

(Sometimes, what passes for "journalism" is exactly why FREEPERville has a steady dinosauer media drum beat)

34 posted on 10/30/2007 1:05:03 PM PDT by Colofornian
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To: tennteacher

“I’d choose Romney on his worst day over a democrat.”

I totally agree! How about Romney/Hunter?


35 posted on 10/30/2007 1:08:27 PM PDT by Lexi3130
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To: delacoert
FOX viewers and readers, tell me why we should have a religious test for public office in this country.

OK, beyond not being to point to anywhere that any formal "religious test" exists, this writer needs to "do the math."

I believe LDS doesn't have all that many more voters in the U.S. than say, Muslims. So say a Muslim runs for POTUS.

There's no "test" for Muslim candidates, either. Still, such a candidate would need to convince Christian voters that when his faith labels such Christian voters as "infidels," somehow he is not part of that infidel-labeling faith.

Likewise, any LDS candidate needs to convince Christian voters than when his faith labels all Christian voters as "apostates," somehow he is not part of that apostate-labeling faith.

36 posted on 10/30/2007 1:11:49 PM PDT by Colofornian
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To: big'ol_freeper

You and EV must read the same BS - your statements are incorrect!!


37 posted on 10/30/2007 1:12:29 PM PDT by Lexi3130
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To: delacoert

First off, “discrimination” in anything is not a bad thing because it means simply being able to distinguish a significant difference — rather than a purely arbitrary one, which is prejudice.

People who cannot discriminate this essential difference between “discrimination” and “prejudice,” should not parade their ignorance on media programs as though they were somebody who should be listened to — on any matter requiring discernment and discrimination in these matters.

They just seem like pompous assholes repeating slogans somebody has fed into them, thinking they are thinking for themselves — or should be thinking for anybody else.


38 posted on 10/30/2007 1:17:01 PM PDT by MikeHu
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To: EternalVigilance

“Like the day he signed a permanent assault weapons ban?”

He never did that. He signed an NRA-supported bill that corrected flaws in the 1998 AWB. If he had not signed that bill, the AWB would have still been in place and worse.

” Or the day he implemented gay marriage?”
He never did that, it was the Massachusetts state supreme court that declared Massachusetts already allowed it (never mind the lack of reasoning for the ruling, but they did it).
Romney opposed gay marriage forcefully from the get go, worked to get the lege to act, and was prevented from resisting implementation by the lib Dem AG.

” Or the day he signed socialized medicine into law”
What he supported was designed by the conservative Heritage foundation. It’s a plan that puts universal coverage available via private insurers, not ‘socialized medicine’. He had to compromise w/ Mass libs on it, but his plan proposed now works on market and federalist principles.

In truth, Mitt Romney is one of our best chances to have a mainstream conservative Governance in the White House in 2009. There is a lot of hyperbole in the attacks on Mitt Romney based on selective distortion of his fiscal conservative and pro-family record as Mass Governor.Not a right winger, but hardly a Hillary either.

We’ve only been around this track about 50 times EV, but that is how I see it. Romney will make a good President.


39 posted on 10/30/2007 1:20:35 PM PDT by WOSG (Pro-life, pro-family, pro-freedom, pro-national sovereignty, pro-strong national defense, PRO-troops)
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To: Lexi3130; big'ol_freeper
You and EV must read the same BS - your statements are incorrect!!

Says the n00b romney supporter. There sure are a lot of them on FR these days.

40 posted on 10/30/2007 1:25:40 PM PDT by colorcountry (The blood of Christ will never wipe that out, your own blood must atone for it - Brigham Young)
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To: WOSG
In truth, Mitt Romney is one of our best chances to have a mainstream conservative Governance in the White House in 2009. There is a lot of hyperbole in the attacks on Mitt Romney based on selective distortion of his fiscal conservative and pro-family record as Mass Governor.Not a right winger, but hardly a Hillary either.

Romney will make a good President.


Good analyis. The nominee is going to be Rudy or Mitt. Personally, I prefer Mitt.
41 posted on 10/30/2007 1:25:52 PM PDT by Signalman
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To: delacoert
Look at #16

True, but

But I’ll be damned if I can understand why he should be disqualified from seeking his party’s nomination because of his religion.

seems to imply Republican voters (at least to me).
42 posted on 10/30/2007 1:27:25 PM PDT by mmichaels1970
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To: meandog

Romney will beat Hillary like a rented mule.

“Or, if he does happen to win, he’s the most acceptable of the GOP slate of candidates” - No, that’s Rudy.

Frost wants to peg the GOP as bigots if they dont go for Romney, while stirring up a reason against him if he does. Waste of ink. The fact is that there very few people out there who are truly anti-mormon bigots who actually give a d*mn about it. He says Jesus Christ is his savior; his mormon theology aint sound, but neither is your average lesbian Episcopalian bishop who’s ready to worship St Gore and calls Christ rising a ‘metaphor’. This is an overrated issue. Romney is a decent family man with his values on course in Judeo-Christian tradition. That’s what matters and that is what most voters will vote on.

meandog, dont worry about Romney, you wont go for him anyway ... you just worry about stopping that flip-flopping tax-hiking socialist Hillary boy Mark Warner from becoming the next VA Senator. That vile man needs to be run out on a rail before he votes for Hillary’s pro-abort anti-2nd-A judicial nominees. WE need to get behind a real conservative like Gilmore.


43 posted on 10/30/2007 1:31:44 PM PDT by WOSG (Pro-life, pro-family, pro-freedom, pro-national sovereignty, pro-strong national defense, PRO-troops)
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To: delacoert
I lived in Martin Frost's district in Oak Cliff. He hung on as a pasty white guy, in a black district, by scaring the hell out of the elderly white people who still lived there. He kept telling them that the Republicans were going to take away their Social Security.

He's a despicable old New Deal hack. He wrote this to set up a situation so if Romney loses, disgruntled Mormons will leave the Republican party.
44 posted on 10/30/2007 1:33:41 PM PDT by horse_doc (Visualize a world where a tactical nuke went off at Max Yasgur's farm in 1969.)
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To: delacoert

There is no way in Hades I will ever vote for some slick, double talking, flip-flopping fake, whose personal religious practice is at best, this side of Satan worship — but enough about Rudy. I’ve got no problem with Romney.


45 posted on 10/30/2007 1:36:58 PM PDT by Condor51 (Rudy makes John Kerry look like a Right Wing 'Gun Nut' Extremist)
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To: delacoert
As a Democrat, I wouldn’t vote for Romney in the general election if he is nominated by the Republican Party. But I’ll be damned if I can understand why he should be disqualified from seeking his party’s nomination because of his religion. This makes no logical sense in the world’s greatest democracy in the 21st century.

**************

Oh, boo hoo hoo. Who cares what a Democrat thinks about the GOP?

46 posted on 10/30/2007 1:37:57 PM PDT by trisham (Zen is not easy. It takes effort to attain nothingness. And then what do you have? Bupkis.)
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To: delacoert

I want Mitt Romney to explain how he got elected in MAssachussets.


47 posted on 10/30/2007 1:39:21 PM PDT by Bryan24 (When in doubt, move to the right..........)
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To: delacoert
...the most credible reason being that significant numbers of Republican primary voters will not support him because of his Mormon religion.

And what does he base that on other than his desire to suggest that Republicans are discriminating based on religion?

Romney's problem is that he has a history of being liberal, and is now professing to be a conservative. What he has done in the past, doesn't match what he is saying now.

The same is true for Rudy, but Rudy gets a boost from name recognition from his wonderful acting job following 9/11.

48 posted on 10/30/2007 1:44:36 PM PDT by untrained skeptic
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To: Pete
Last I saw, he is still in the race. Individual voters are free to choose who they will or will not support for any reason they choose.

Romney has been courting the Evangelical leaders...

Dr. Don Wilton, Former President Of The South Carolina Baptist Convention, Endorses Gov. Romney

HOWEVER, Dr. Wilton had a change of heart...Romney Loses Evangelical Endorsement

Five days after the endorsement it was withdrawn.

One wonders if Dr. Wilton received a heated response from fellow Baptists.

49 posted on 10/30/2007 1:47:55 PM PDT by greyfoxx39 (I have a tagline . I just don't think the forum police will allow me to use it. THEY'RE EVERYWHERE!)
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To: Colofornian

Likewise, any LDS candidate needs to convince Christian voters than when his faith labels all Christian voters as “apostates,” somehow he is not part of that apostate-labeling faith.


And how are we going to deal with the fact that all Catholics label Baptists as an apostates, and all Baptists label Mormons as an apostates, and all Jewish faithful label all Christians as of an apostate faith . . .
Let’s face it. If anyone thinks they are right, they automatically think others are wrong. BIG DEAL.


50 posted on 10/30/2007 1:54:09 PM PDT by broncobilly
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