An ambitious request.
An ambitious request.
Politics isn’t fair.
“Stick that in your magic underwear,” tweeted Blow. “I guess we’re finding out for the first time that the media is somewhat biased,” Romney responds.
As a child, he was baptized into the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Ticket balancing is a great tradition, and this could affect Romney’s Vice Presidential calculation.
And what does Mitt Romney have to do with it? BuzzFeed explains.
It’s a credential in the culture wars.
“One would think that a church would feel a special obligation to make sure that they weren’t fueling a black market for a particularly deadly form of commerce,” a source involved in the report says.
“Even without the LDS votes, Mitt Romney still would have won decisively (by 17 points).” Campaign calls it “overwhelming” victory.”
Very, very good e-mail lists — and an internal debate over whether to use them. “I’m getting really tired of the ads for Romney campaign trips coming from this list serve,” writes one young Mormon.
No one thinks he can beat Mitt Romney here. But his supporters hope a strong second-place finish will narrow the race to two.
At least he’s being creative. The latest anti-Mormon comments from a pastor backing one of Mitt Romney’s primary opponents.
Perry pastor took heat, now Newt’s.
Finally, a picture that perfectly captures his leathery inhumanity.
In South Carolina, he ignores the haters. He’s the LDS Obama in more ways than one.
The Boston Globe’s biography opens new windows into the candidate’s time as a Mormon lay leader. Romney was a traditionalist.
Using criteria ranging from number of LGBT bookstores to hosting a WNBA team, The Advocate released a list of America’s queer capitals. Here they are paired with photos, taken in those cities, that showcase a spirit of gaiety and fun! Full list and explanations at The Advocate.
Mitt Romney’s effort to look less rich took a weird turn yesterday in New Hampshire where he told a rapt audience about his time a cash-strapped Mormon missionary in France.
Penn Jillette uses an atheism scale to rate the presidential candidates, from Obama to Romney. Do you know who the most religious president was in American history? Well, Penn is about to tell you.
This one goes out to Mitt. Thousands of people stripped down to their underwear yesterday and ran through the streets of Salt Lake City. Why? To protest against Utah being an uptight fuddy duddy of a state. Solidarity, you bunch of pantless Utahns…solidarity.
The former governor of Utah and former ambassador to China for the Obama Administration, Jon Huntsman has officially declared his candidacy to seek the Republican nomination for president. Plus he played keyboard for a progressive rock band called Wizard in the ’70s. That’s…something. View List ›
More a formality than anything, since he’s basically been running for president since 2008, but Mitt Romney officially announced his candidacy today. Although his announcement has been blunted a bit by Sarah Palin’s Magical Mystery Bus Tour. View List ›
A G-rated spring break.
Premarital sex, according to Mormon scientists, is bad.
“We’d marry a tree as long as it served a mission.” Mormons have a sense of humor too! Watch Video ›