What’s up with the “Mormonism”? Hell we are being led by “Communism”, now?

Steve Coleman / Associated Press:

Baptist pastor backs Romney in spite of Mormonism  —  WASHINGTON (AP) — The Southern Baptist pastor who last October called Mormonism a cult and said Mitt Romney is not a Christian is now endorsing the presumptive Republican presidential nominee.  —  The pastor of the First Baptist Church of Dallas …

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  1. #1 by elcampeador on April 18, 2012 - 9:45 AM

    Got that right mate. 😉 Was born into Catholicism, began questioning my Catholic upbringing, when an Irish priest Father Healy, stopped mass to a hushed group, came down and slapped two of my friends for giggling. At the time, we was all young lads, me, with hair on me head.

    I am not against anyone nor anything, until or unless the true “character(s)” come out against that anyone, or anything.

    MLK, Jr. had it right, in my mind “content of character”, beside the “color of skin”, he should have added, brand of religion, political views, size of their shoes, height, or bra size.

    Islam and this Black Theology thing going on in the States, are disqualified from the get go. Their character(s) are well known.

    Give me one million Sowell’s or Allen West’s, William F. Buckley, Jr. Ronald Reagan’s over one Sharpton, Jackson, Bill Ayers, or a Saul Alinsky any time, any day.

  2. #2 by Gregoryno6 on April 18, 2012 - 9:08 AM

    Mitt Romney is still not a Christian, but not as much not a Christian as the incumbent. Or something like that.
    Hell, that pastor should be grateful it’s not two Catholics running for President!

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