Skip to comments.NYT Reporter Goes To Romney's Church, Seeks Dirt From Worshipers
Posted on 05/22/2012 8:01:34 PM PDT by tsowellfan
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NYT Reporter Goes To Romney's Church, Seeks Dirt From Worshipers
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These are the same lowlifes who gave Rev. Wright a pass? Oh yeah, no bias there.
so EVIL are these people...
PRAY FOR AMERICA
Looking for Dirt? Well many Mormon Churches have well attended flower beds around them... I guess the MSM chick is looking for gardening tips?
WELL OF COURSE...GO TO ROMNEY’S CHURCH
BECAUSE BRACK HUSSEIN OBAMA HAS NO CHURCH...HE ONLY ATTENDS WHEN HE NEEDS A PHOTO OP.
Have they visited Trinity United yet?
They are bottom feeders aren’t they? Can’t get much lower than visiting a church to obtain gossip.
Is Jodi offering large enough bribes sufficient to bring out some really juicy lies?
There are no depths from which these people can ascend.
Billy likes soda! Miss Lippy’s car is green!
Seriously, I have more respect for a steamy turd than I do these parasites.
Maybe they should go to Rev. Wright’s church and see who murdered the multiple gay men execution style in 2008.
New York Tabloid.
Thanks tsowellfan. Partisan media shills ping.
Well, at least they haven’t burned it down (yet) with women and children still inside, like they did to Governor Sarah Palin. Of course, the campaign’s not over...
We don't call it the New York Slimes for no reason!
I can promise one thing. It won’t be easy for any reporter or anyone else to get into that Temple.
So, when is Harry Reid going to call them on this type of crap? Never? So when is the President of the LDS going to excommunicate Reid? Never?
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