Can we really vote for a man like this?

Can we really vote for a man like this?

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Auntie Theist

United States

#1 Sep 1, 2012
His "faith" tells him that a convicted scam artist found some golden tablets 180 years ago and an angel helped him translate them with the help of a magic hat. The angel told him it is OK to marry lots of women, but changed that when it was necessary. The angel told him that blacks are sinners and don't have souls and should be excluded from his church, but changed that when it became necessary. The angel told him to wear magic underpants to protect him from evil and he wears them every day. The angel told him that his god lives on the planet Kolob. I could go on..........
Is this the kind of man we want leading the Western world? He will become the laughing stock of civilization. How can foreign dignitaries take him seriously? His first foray overseas was a debacle - "Mitt the Twit." Can't we find someone else who is sane?
Auntie Theist

United States

#2 Sep 2, 2012
I guess everyone agrees!
Mutt

Albemarle, NC

#3 Sep 2, 2012
Auntie Theist wrote:
I guess everyone agrees!
Auntie, after you finish your rant about Mitt's religion, think about it. One guy wins, Barack or Mitt. Period. You either vote for Mitt, or you contribute to Barack's reelection.

It's simple. Not voting, voting for Gary Johnson or Ron Paul, or voting for Barack are all the same thing. They only help ensure an Obama 2nd term.
Auntie Theist

United States

#4 Sep 3, 2012
Mutt wrote:
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Auntie, after you finish your rant about Mitt's religion, think about it. One guy wins, Barack or Mitt. Period. You either vote for Mitt, or you contribute to Barack's reelection.
It's simple. Not voting, voting for Gary Johnson or Ron Paul, or voting for Barack are all the same thing. They only help ensure an Obama 2nd term.
I am asking if it is too late to change? I believe Mitt will be a laughing stock once the facts come out about what he believes. Christians cannot accept a leader who believes god is on the planet Kolob or magic underwear keeps one safe from harm. There are many facets to his religion that most people will find ridiculous and he admits that his religion is his prime motivator. I think he will lose the Christian vote. If, by some miracle, he is elected then he will be laughed at by the rest of the world when his views become known. I am simply trying to avoid a debacle.
Auntie Theist

United States

#5 Sep 18, 2012
It is 15 days since my last post and I see my prophecy is coming true - he is making himself a laughing stock without the need to use his religion.
Auntie Theist

United States

#6 Oct 5, 2012
Auntie Theist wrote:
It is 15 days since my last post and I see my prophecy is coming true - he is making himself a laughing stock without the need to use his religion.
Case in point:
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