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Your article about Mitt Romney today is ridiculous, and it’s entirely possible that you’re nuts!
Our entire lives, as Christians, we’ve been told to watch out for Mormons — what are they going to do — are they waiting for their big break, and then they’re gonna pounce on us?
You have been drinking the anti-Mormon Kool-Aid and if you’re not nuts, then you are paralyzed with fear! Your article is written from your fear-based position in life. You must be concerned about losing something — power or money, one could imagine.
Mitt Romney is the most decent man around in politics today. Our country would benefit greatly from this wonderful man who has 5 wonderful children, a wife who loves and cherishes him, is a successful entrepreneur, and understands the basic principles and values of conservatism and republican ideals.
What needs to happen is that everyone needs to realize that once people get to know Mitt Romney, they will like him. If people can vote for John McCain — they will certainly receive a big bonus with Mitt Romney as VP. People are scared, just like you might be, of voting for a Mormon — plain and simple. So what they need is an opportunity to get to know and see for themselves how good someone like Mitt Romney can be for them.
I can think of no better ambassador for the United States of America than Mitt Romney! Words that describe him are: Clean & Articulate! Intelligent! Class! Entrepreneurial Spirit! Wit! Common Sense! Style! American! Internationally Friendly! Family Friendly! Congenial! Charm! Considerate! Experience! Complimentary! Enthusiastic! Positive! Not to mention Fun, Boyish, Manly & Handsome!p>This type of journalism is an absolute shame. It seems like the world has flipped upside down sometimes. Maybe you need a stiff drink or something to sway your foggy thinking! br> — Sheila Hansen
A man of faith in a godless age is hitting Americans where it hurts.
Mr. and Mrs. American Spectator Reader, let P.J. O’Rourke talk sense to your kids.
In Britain, defending your property can get you life.
It won’t take long for conservatives to scratch this presidential wannabe off their 2008 scorecard.
Was the President done in by the economy, or by the politics of the economy?