Good News For GOP Presidential Hopeful Mitt Romney … Most Americans Do not Have Problem with Mormon Candidate


Republican Presidential hopeful Mitt Romney, the former Governor of Massachusetts, received some good polling data. According to a CNN poll, Americans overwhelmingly say a presidential candidate being Mormon wouldn’t affect their vote. 80% of those polled stated that a candidate being a Mormon would not affect their vote.

The survey, which was taken after a controversial pastor said Mormonism was a “cult” and that GOP voters should support a “competent Christian,” also shows a majority of Americans believe Mormons are Christians.

Eighty percent of respondents in the survey said a candidate’s Mormonism wouldn’t make a difference in their selection process, while 17% said they would be less likely to vote for a candidate who was Mormon. Three percent said they would be more likely to select a Mormon candidate.

Most people are looking for a good and moral individual to be President. However, when those that would question a Mormon as President, would they rather prefer an individual indoctrinated in the church of Reverend Wright and his Black Liberation Theology DoctrineGod Damn America?

Think about it when voting in 2012.

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  • Comments

    5 Responses to “Good News For GOP Presidential Hopeful Mitt Romney … Most Americans Do not Have Problem with Mormon Candidate”

    1. on October 20th, 2011 11:40 am

      I am a Christian. I do not believe what the Morman religion teaches. However, I have NO problem with a Morman being president. I DO have a problem with Mitt Romney. He’s a politician. He says what he believes his current audience wants to hear. Therefore, no one knows what he believes.

      I like Herman Cain, an unpracticed politician, but what appears to be a honest, moral, business man with great leadership qualities. He also appears to be one who takes responsibility.

    2. yoyo muffintop on October 20th, 2011 1:15 pm

      I think the first comment on the website sums it up:
      The rabid right wing extremist religio-fascist fundamentalist GOP base and its Teatroll army are not “most Americans”. Hence the 17%.
      The only people questioning his religion is people like you keebler.

    3. NGBoston on October 20th, 2011 3:56 pm

      #2@ yoyo—Wow—what a mouthful of colorful adjectives today from the original LIBTARD who posts often at Scared Monkeys.

      YoYo- do you know what you can do with your sweeping generalizations of us?

      You got it, Brotha! Stick them up your loose Libtard Arse.

    4. Peter on October 23rd, 2011 5:04 pm

      No one has excited me much in the last couple of elections. Just had to pick the best that was offered. But this time there seems to be some good candidates with some real leadership history. I am particularly excited about Mitt Romney. This is a man who has been a very successful business man, governor and has saved the olympics. He has solid morals and is a powerful leader. I think he has potential to be more popular that Ronald Reagan. He earns my vote for leader of the free world.

    5. NGBoston on October 24th, 2011 7:56 pm

      #4-Peter—while I agree with the jest of you post on Mitt-

      Remember his biggest blunder to date was FORCED HEALTH CARE MANDATED STATE WIDE HERE—-starting in Mass.

      It has been a dismal failure and only served to actually give LESS services and benefits while INCREASING many, if not all of the ASSOCIATED COSTS of said Healthcare ACROSS THE BOARD.

      Notice the adjectives DISMAL failure before you cast your vote for an otherwise very experienced and qualified Candidate. I honestly have always admired Mitt Romney, but living here-I know first hand of a huge failure he spearheaded in my State that somehow I just can’t seem to get by.

      Not sure if he would be more popular than Reagan–there are several other wildly popular Presidents who also join Reagan in that select group.

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