Looking ahead to the 2008 presidential election, conservatives do not have an easy choice. The Democrat frontrunners are all liberals, and so are most of the Republican leaders (Guliani, McCain, etc.). Outside of a long-shot, like Congressman Duncan Hunter, the most promising candidate is Mitt Romney, the Governor of Massachusetts. He is conservative, attractive and has lots of crossover appeal. The problem? Mitt Romney is a Mormon.
I don’t think I would have a problem voting for a conservative who is a Catholic or member of any other Christian religion. The problem is that Mormonism (Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints) is a really strange cult. They teach that all of us can become gods through the process of exaltation, and that we must be “worthy” to enter their temples. And that’s just the tip of the iceberg.
Could you vote for Governor Romney for President, even if he was running against a liberal, pro-abortion, pro-gay democrat?