Mr. Romney appeared on Fox News and dismissed concerns that with the release of his tax returns, he might lose support when voters learn how much money he had donated to the Mormon Church. He said he had made a promise “to God” to tithe 10 percent of his income to his church.

He said voters would be “pleased with someone who made a commitment to God and followed through on the promise.”

New York Times

Not this voter. Next he would probably 'tithe' 10 percent of the US budget to Mormon "faith based" so-called charities, if he were to become President.

Anyone who believes this shit is just too stupid to be elected to anything.

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Comment by Maria Anna Rivers on January 24, 2012 at 2:17pm

I wish he had donated that money directly to people in need. I think if his god is as good as he believes, he would have been very pleased with that.

Comment by Barry Eckert on January 24, 2012 at 10:43pm

Most of the money going to the LDS probably won't see any charitable use, but will go into their political maneuvering like they did with Prop 8. So, yes, directly to people in need would be far better than their hate-mongering.


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