Bush Senior Library to Host Mitt Romney Speech

Republican Mitt Romney has decided to mirror the example of John F. Kennedy, who famously confronted questions about his religious faith and the presidency in a speech 47 years ago in Texas.

The former Massachusetts governor will speak Thursday about politics and his Mormon faith at the George Bush Presidential Library in College Station. NPR reported this morning that the fact that Romney is a Mormon seems to have more of an effect on voters than the Mormonism of his father, George Romney, or Mo Udall of (Dem AZ during the 1970s and 80s).


So we are going to have a national conversation about electing a president based on the quality and nature of his imaginary friend? We just need to compare our own imaginary friends to his slightly different imaginary friend, then he can be President? Right?

I think I just threw up in mouth a little.

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