Mitt Romney won’t get my vote

I get sick and tired of people on conservative radio and television who bitch and moan about those who hold Mitt Romney’s Mormonism against him. You know, the last time I checked, as an American I have every right to hold anything I want against a political candidate who wants my vote. And I don’t appreciate these neocon mouthpieces who think faith is important in a candidate but no particular one.

I don’t care what anyone says…Mormonism (or Latter Day Saints, if you prefer) is a CULT, and a rather blatant one at that. And there is only one case where I’d ever vote for one such as Romney. And that single case would be if, by some obscene twist of fate, Romney were to get the GOP nomination and square off against either Clinton (a godless socialist) or Obama (a CINO with Muslim ties).

I admit that I tried to think of others, but I simply couldn’t.

Mormons do not worship the Christ of Christianity. The christ they worship is the brother of Satan and not the only begotten Son of God. Their god is not God, but the god of this reality who ascended to that position after living as a man in another reality. They believe the native Americans were descendants of a branch of Jews who settled the New World sometime well before the incarnation of christ, who they claim came to America to minister to them after he left Israel.

Furthermore, they believe a guy found all this out on golden tablets he had to translate by using a stone hidden in a hat. It ignores the history, evidences, scholarship of true Christianity in deference to an occultist who was quite obviously off his rocker, indulged in blasphemous fantasies, and passed on his foolishness as a real religion.

The Mormon church is neither a Christian denomination nor the return to “true” Christianity they claim to be. And as a Bible-believing Christian, I will not willingly support such heresy by casting a vote to place one of them into the highest elected office on Earth. He may be more religious than the rest of the crowd, but when the choice of religion is that of a cult, I don’t trust his judgment as president.

Having faith is only worthwhile if the object is. Their god is not the God of the Bible, and their christ is no more the Jesus Christ of the Bible than the ‘Isa Jesus of Islam. I won’t vote for a cultist.

Scott

This on-again, off-again, would-be commentator proves that attitudes are contagious, and that some can even kill. To this end, every written word is weighed carefully to ensure the precise delivery of the author's intent while inflicting blunt force trauma to the psyche of the reader.

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