Elect Mitt Romney in 2008

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Tuesday, March 21, 2006

One of the Kos Kids writes about Romney

And, surprise surprise, it's about evil Christians will never accept a Morman candidate. Ignoring for a moment that he's practicing his own form a bigotry against Christians, I must say that I don't expect the Mormonism "issue" to be all that big of a deal in the primaries. The conservative base really is tolerant of other religions (is there any more pro-Israel section of the world now than in the American heartland?). Once Romney's election prospects begin to look real, they'll just see another man of faith who loves his wife and kids.

As usual he's also got things backwards. It'll be funny how bigoted the left will show themselves to be once Gov. Romney is nominated. I can't wait for them to overplay the idea that he :gasp: doesn't drink coffee. In the end, they'll have so disgraced themselves on this topic, that it will help elect Romney president.

Oh, just for the record:

But it was their Christian values (and by the Right's own admission, the inspiration of God) that led them to write these words first in the Bill of Rights: "Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof."

There were two Amendments passed by Congress before the 1st Amendment (one of which eventually became the 27th Amendment, but that's 200 hundred year long story). If he wants to make an argument that what comes first is most important, you could say that the first Congress was most interested in reapportionment and Congressional pay increases.

Besides, the relevant passage prohibiting a Religious Test is in Article VI of the Constitution itself.

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