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Can Mitt Romney Serve Two Masters?: The Mormon Church versus the Office of The Presidency of The United States of America Paperback – June 10, 2011
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What I would've loved to seen was the parallel of the conflict between being a Mormon & President of the US. There were a couple of areas where it seemed repetitive (probably for emphasis).
So, even though the 2012 election is over, it's still worth a read.
Not knowing much about mormons, this was sure a eye opening experience.
In my situation , I suspected it was the 'mormon , connection, now I know, this is how they operate.
Get into positions that gives them power and control.
one thing for sure, they all stick together , right or wrong. Like ganging up on non mormons. How religious is THAT?
Everyone who even thinks the US vote in a President that is mormon needs to read this.
It is eye opening and discusting , it is the most demonic "religion" I have ever investigated.
Written by a former Mormon, you will read the inside of what really goes on, a definate cult.
Do we really need the country run by a cult?
look what they have done to Utah, and Arizona. There will tell you they want to take over the world. SCAREY.
If you're a stickler for aesthetic perfection, you might be annoyed by some typos here and there.
But if it's message you want, this is straight from the horse's mouth - the author grew up in the Mormon faith - it's an insider's report.
As for Mitt Romney's 2012 campaign, Erickson uses footnotes extensively to make her case.
If he runs again in 2016, then this book's relevance is further augmented.