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  1. Default Will Obama/Liberals Resist Mormonism?

    A lot of people thought that Mitt Romney's Mormon faith would be an issue in the GOP primary -- it hasn't and probably won't be in this primary.

    If Mitt Romney is the GOP candidate you can bet that his faith will be a hot topic in the media. But is questioning or going after Romney's faith a good thing for Obama and his team to do? I personally think that if Obama goes after Romney's faith it will backfire in a big way. Obama and his campaign will come off looking desperate and foolish for doing so.

    With a struggling economy and low approval numbers, I don't think the Obama campaign will be able to resist going after Romney's faith -- they will try to scare the public of Romney's Mormon faith. With Obama's issues with the Catholic church he will come off as being a bully against religion, or anti-religion.

    Politically, Romney's Mormon faith works well against a President and a media that has the perception of being anti-religion.

    Thoughts?
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    I hope they do so that we could after obama's obvious patriotism to radical Islamic Muslims such as with farrakhan and his memory of a commie mother & father.
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    They more than likely believe it to be their ace in the hole.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Justin Valuable View Post
    A lot of people thought that Mitt Romney's Mormon faith would be an issue in the GOP primary -- it hasn't and probably won't be in this primary.

    If Mitt Romney is the GOP candidate you can bet that his faith will be a hot topic in the media. But is questioning or going after Romney's faith a good thing for Obama and his team to do? I personally think that if Obama goes after Romney's faith it will backfire in a big way. Obama and his campaign will come off looking desperate and foolish for doing so.

    With a struggling economy and low approval numbers, I don't think the Obama campaign will be able to resist going after Romney's faith -- they will try to scare the public of Romney's Mormon faith. With Obama's issues with the Catholic church he will come off as being a bully against religion, or anti-religion.

    Politically, Romney's Mormon faith works well against a President and a media that has the perception of being anti-religion.

    Thoughts?
    Sounds like bull (*)(*)(*)(*) they will probably just go on and on about things he has done they donít like in politicks

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    Quote Originally Posted by birddog View Post
    Better a Morman than a Muslim!
    Religion should not be made law so whatís it matter what faith if any someone has

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    It's funny, the way many conservatives believe liberals will act as badly as they do. Look at vile bigoted religious-based attacks from libhater and birddog right on this thread. People like that can't imagine acting ethically themselves, so they incorrectly assume their opposition is just as unethical.

    Liberals don't care about the Mormon issue, other than how it makes it pointless for Democrats to campaign in Utah. The discussion on Mormonism will all be coming from FOX News and other conservative media sources, as they try to woo votes from spooked evangelicals by reassuring them that Mormons aren't polygamists.

    Oh, a solid majority of Catholics support Obama's recent actions, so drop the victim act. If Republicans insist on endlessly playing the victim, that's the thing which is really going to disgust the average voter. The only people who think Obama is anti-religion are ODS-afflicted fringe cranks, and that crowd is beyond any hope.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stig42 View Post
    Religion should not be made law so whatís it matter what faith if any someone has
    This country was founded on Judeo-Christian principles, not on edicts from Mohommad to kill those not agreeing with him. Try to learn the truth about Separation of Church and State.

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    Quote Originally Posted by birddog View Post
    This country was founded on Judeo-Christian principles, not on edicts from Mohommad to kill those not agreeing with him. Try to learn the truth about Separation of Church and State.


    Christianity is not the sate the state is not Christian this is not a theocracy no government official and no law should exist to force a religious practice down our throats

    Barrowing ides we like from a religion is fine if you have a secular real world justification for them thatís not dependent on the religion

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    I hope they go after it. I've never had an issue with mormons, some of the nicest people I've ever met. However, these black liberation theologists have an attitude they can't seem to shake off.

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