The Reason Why Romney Will Not Become US President
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The Reason Why Romney Will Not Become US President

Howard : WI : USA | Apr 02, 2012 at 10:37 PM PDT
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Romney pushed on Mormon faith

Even though former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney has a sizable lead in the 2012 GOP Primary, he was dreading the day that someone was going to bring up the reason why he will not become the US President.

That moment happened today at a town hall meeting in Howard, WI. Usually at town hall meetings, the questions that are asked are carefully screened by the organizers. However, Bret Hatch was able to sneak his comment in about Romney's Mormon faith, a topic the other three GOP candidates should have been using to gain ground with Republican voters.

Hatch began to quote a passage from the Mormon Bible before he was shushed by the crowd. Why? The reason is that the Mormon Bible is filled with verses that are derogatory towards people with higher levels of pigmentation.

Romney then says, "I'm sorry, we're just not going to have a discussion about religion in my view, but if you have a question, I'll be happy to answer your question."

Romney does not want to discuss his religion because it is the Achilles' heel in his campaign.

If Mitt Romney reaches 1,144 delegates, then it will be open season. Every racist verse in the Mormon Bible will be exposed before the General Election. That is the reason why Romney will never become the US President.

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Mitt Romney, a Mormon, announced his presidential candidacy last week
Mitt Romney, a Mormon, announced his presidential candidacy last week
Adrian Holman is based in Joliet, Illinois, United States of America, and is an Anchor on Allvoices.
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