The tenets of Mormon faith read like a list of reasons to elect a Mormon

While Mitt Romney continues to hold respectable leads in most Republican polls for president of the United States, he still has numerous critics who find fault with his faith: Mormonism. In a world full of turmoil and conflict, corruption and dishonesty, hate and moral decay, and a serious questioning of governmental leadership capable of changing our course of direction, perhaps his faith -- Mormonism -- "is" a strong reason he should definitely become the Republican nominee and the next president of the United States.

Mitt Romney's character, attitude, and example and his governmental and economic experience speak volumes about his ability to lead our troubled country and will have far-reaching influence in Washington and throughout America.

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