I honestly don't understand your intent. Would you like to clarify?
I went back to my original post which had to do with replacing Sen. Hatch with a more conservative Mormon. Seems like a wise, prudent, and realistic thing to do out there. Since the Republican nominee is almost certainly going to win Utah, let's get the most conservative candidate possible, and in Utah that's probably going to be a Mormon.
To avoid any possible misunderstandings, I am absolutely opposed to Mitt Romney, not so much because of his religion (which I believe is a cult) but because of his liberalism and flip-flopping. His long history of support for abortion and more recent support for homosexual marriage make him unacceptable. At best he's a flip-flopper. At worst he's a lying liberal. In either case he can't be trusted to appoint Supreme Court justices.
I frankly don't know what I'm going to do this November if Romney is the nominee. My only hope left at this point is that Newt Gingrich shocks everyone with much better than expected showings in today's races as the last conservative left standing, and that his campaign takes off in the remaining states. If that doesn't happen we're going to have two horrible choices in November, and I'm not at all sure I can bring myself to vote for Romney even if the alternative is Obama.
It was sarcasm