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Mitt Romney: Faith of My Fathers [Kindle Edition]

K Jackson , Nathaniel Rigdon , Stephen Levine
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Book Description

Destroying Angels, secret rituals, massacres, blood oaths passed down through generations and a plot for one world theocracy. Sounds like an historical-fictional Dan Brown novel. What if it was all true and the 2012 Presidential Election was the catalyst to the fulfillment of a prophecy…

People should not worry that Faith of my Fathers is a book written to condemn all religion, or Mormonism in particular. Instead, we seek to explore the implications of not disclosing relevant information about a candidate for President’s past. The role of the POTUS is a unique position. It is an important position with vast powers and symbolic meaning. Each president represents not only himself, but he and his family, represent America as a whole to the rest of the World. The symbol of the obscene “vulture capitalist,” corporate raider, Mitt Romney portrays is just one side of a completely tarnished candidate for President. His family tree is even more scandalous than that. The question becomes, do we want to disregard common etiquette to discuss such a sensitive topic? The answer is yes.

Above all else Faith of my Fathers gives readers an insight as to why Mitt Romney is such a world-class liar. This trait he shares in common with certain people he would consider his fore-fathers. Mitt Romney comes from a set of people who were known, just like he is, for fabricating stories and misleading others with lies. This type of blatant disregard for the truth should be questioned and rejected in total, not rewarded with a vote of confidence.

During the gathering of our research, we found interesting questions that would reveal a lot, if Mitt Romney chose to answer, such as;
1. Do you believe the Book of Mormon to be the word of God?
2. Is Parley Pratt important to the history of this nation and why?
3. Why did your family tree come from Mexico? Why have you never returned?
4. Have Mormons ever sworn a Blood Oath of Vengeance against the United States?
5. Did you baptize your father-in-law by proxy?
6. How many baptisms of the dead have you performed?
7. Is the constitution hanging by a thread?
8. Is gay marriage an assault on the institution of marriage? Is polygamy an assault on the institution of marriage?
9. Have you ever sworn an oath of vengeance against the United States?
10. Do you repudiate and denounce anyone who has sworn any oath of vengeance on the United States?
11. Do Mormons consider themselves Christians? Do you consider yourself a Christian?
12. Which fathers do you think of when you say ‘the faith of my fathers’?
13. Is there anything too damaging or private in your tax returns that you won’t make them public for 10 previous years?
14. Was Joseph Smith known to many as a liar?
15. Do you know about the White Horse Prophecy?

The relevance of each of these questions are explored in this book.

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  • File Size: 637 KB
  • Print Length: 194 pages
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B0080TE61M
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4.0 out of 5 stars Very interesting May 23, 2012
By Arms
Format:Kindle Edition
I actually read this book in two days, which is pretty good for me. But riding back and forth train. I actually missed my stop reading this book. I found this book very interesting. I never read up on the Mormon before but I must do some more research. I can see the author does not really like Mr. Mitt Romney but the facts are the facts. he is not stating that Mitt Romney is the cover boy for the Mormon religion but it is good to know what his religion embraces and its past. Overall the book is a wake up call and people should read. People always down other religions and the way people live like Islam, Buddhism, Catholism, etc. Reading is fundamental.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Mitt Romney: Faith of My Fathers May 14, 2012
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I found the book to be very informative and it has many facinating facts that I was unaware of. I never believe everything I read, but it made me want to delve into the history of Mormonism. To be honest, I have very little knowledge about this religion. All religions have good and bad aspects to them.
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1.0 out of 5 stars Not worth the download March 4, 2013
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I'll confess I didn't make it through the whole book. No, I'm no fan of Mitt Romney; whenever I read the news and see who is president, I'm glad the nation didn't make the other choice. But this book does nothing more than attack Romney by guilt through association, and it's full of half-truths at best. This book added nothing worthwhile to the nation's political discourse.
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