While there may be some good reasons to vote against Mitt Romney for president, there is one completely foul one.
The Church of Jesus
Christ of Latter-day Saints is the leading faith to emerge from the
United States, and has been practiced by some of the country's greatest
political and business leaders, including Romney, fellow GOP
presidential candidate Jon Huntsman, and Senate Majority Leader Harry
Reid, among millions of other followers. It stresses faith, family, and
the collective advancement of American society. There is nothing
especially unusual about Mormon practices or beliefs; the stories and
doctrines of the Mormon faith differ from those of other major religions
in detail, but not in kind. The leaps of faith required of those who
practice any religion can seem exotic or unbelievable to outsiders.
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