Friday, December 30, 2011

Mittens wants to “to save the soul of America.”

Des Moines--Mitt Romney said this today in a supermarket parking lot in West Des Moines:

I need your help, you guys. It’s a battle for America. It’s a battle for the future course of America.

Romney appears to subscribing to the Mormon White Horse prophesy.

The prophecy predicts that the United States Constitution will one day "hang like a thread" and will be saved "by the efforts of the White Horse" Some Mormons expect the United States to eventually become a theocracy dominated by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS).

Who is the man on the white horse? That is Mittens, of course. 

US presidential candidate Mitt Romney has said he considers the White Horse Prophecy to be a matter of "speculation and discussion by [LDS] church members" and "not official church doctrine." However, US senator Orrin Hatch and conservative commentator Glenn Beck, have stated that they believe the Constitution is "hanging by a thread". (Wikipedia)

What Romney and the other 1 per centers like him really want is to maintain the staus quo.The headline to this article should read."Mittens wants to save the status quo of America.

The inequality of the American plutonomy with its crony capitalism has made Mittens a wealthy man.

Why would Mitt want to change a good thing?

The angel Moroni
Rightardia doesn't believe the LDS is a cult. It is really a Christian heresy because it added a third testament, the Book of Moroni, which most historians have found laughable.

In addition. the LDS believe that American Indians are descended from one of the Lost Tries of Israel. DNA studies have proven that assertion to be false. 

Mormons also think they are the descendants of Joseph and two sub-tribes of Joseph. The state of Israel has never accepted Mormons as being Israelite descendants.

Joseph Smith, the fonder of the Mormon faith was the L. Ron Hubbard of the 19th century.

Both the Latter Days saint (LDS) and Scientology faiths are both Christian heresies. Both religions appreciate men on white horses, too. .


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