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The Mormon Speech

Discussion in 'Political Debate & Discussion' started by cranston36, Dec 7, 2007.

  1. cranston36

    cranston36 New Member

    Sep 2, 2006
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    Well, Mitt Romney must be getting ready to drop out of the race for President. He has given the ‘Mormon Speech’. In it he told us little about the bizarre sect and just repeated a lot of what we already know.
    The United States of America was founded partly to provide a haven for religious freedom. As a result this nation protects Jews, Catholics, Protestants, Bhuddists, Muslims, Agnostics, Atheists and people who believe in witches and small singing mushrooms who live in the woods.
    The Mormon’s have gotten their twisted views in the national spotlight and that should, hopefully, keep them quiet for 15 years or so. Putting Mitt Romney in the White House, however, makes little sense. His campaign, like that of Barack Obama, seems to be a vehicle for undermining our nation, rather than strengthening it. Barack Obama, you see, has a large following of fringe Muslims – some of whom believe that spaceships are circling earth prepared to destroy white people and put black people in command of the earth.
    The Mormon religion was founded by one Mr. Smith – who was about 15 years old and apparently suffering from epilepsy as he (according to a Mormon instruction book) fell down a lot and immediately thereafter seemed to have a vision.
    The boy grew to a man and along the way became convinced that an angel named Moroni revealed to him a metal book that described how Jews had landed in Chili hundreds of years before the birth of Christ. They believe that these Jews built the cities of the Incan, Mayan and Aztec empires and were eventually exterminated by the rest of the Indians in what appears to be one of the first holocausts.
    The angel Moroni was apparently the ghost of the son of the last leader of the Jews, known as Nephites.
    To give you an idea of the sort of racism that is promoted by the Mormon religion one need only to note the description of Native American Indians given by the ‘Book of Mormon’.
    “The Lamanites led a roving, aggressive life; kept few or no records, and soon lost the art of history writing. They lived on the results of the chase and by plunder, degenerating in habit until they became typical progenitors of the dark-skinned race, afterward discovered by Columbus and named American Indians.”
    Smith claimed to find the book on a mountain in New York near his home in Vermont . Later on he and some of his followers claimed that John the Baptist came back to life or descended from heaven and came to the United States to baptize them.
    There were many reasons that the Mormons were driven west into the desert – among them were racism, marrying more than one woman and slavery.
    Romney’s speech boiled down to, “I believe in my Mormon faith and I endeavor to live by it.”
    Well that’s all well and good but do you want him to live by his faith while he is supposed to be working for you?
    Spaceships filled with Black Panthers and Jews in Chile – you can’t say we don’t have a lively Presidential contest brewing up this time.
  2. steaver

    steaver Well-Known Member
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    Aug 25, 2004
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    He should have told the public how Joseph Smith was visted by the angel moroni and he was given gold plates to read in special coding that only he, Joseph, could understand and therefore we are all to believe it must be true. This is Mitt's "faith".

    Mitt is clever to say "Jesus is the son (small s) of God", it sounds good but it does nothing to define his belief of the term "son".

    God Bless! :thumbs: