Monday, November 19, 2007

Mitt Romney Wonders About Mormon Speech

"Is there going to be a special speech? Perhaps, at some point. I sort of like the idea myself. The political advisers tell me no, no, no - it's not a good idea. It draws too much attention to that issue alone."
-Governor Mitt Romney, Holderness, NH Nov. 10, 2007
(Click to read entire article: Romney Aides Oppose Speech on Religion)

The solution to Governor Romney's dilemma is to give a speech on moral peril, on the lack of morality being institutionalized in the U.S. culture everywhere. In such a speech, he can draw attention to the fact that amorality is the real enemy and that his religion, Mormonism, is strongly allied with Evangelical Christianity in fighting the real enemy. (Amorality: without moral sense or principles; incapable of distinguishing between right and wrong.)

Here is an example of such a speech: Mitt Romney's Remarkable Speech to All Christians

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