How Long Can Romney Keep Quiet About His Mormonism While He Panders to Evangelicals?

Mitt Romney has been wooing evangelical voters for months. Will he now connect these issues to his own faith?

This transparent pandering is clearly aimed at the conservative evangelicals and Catholics he needs to energize in November, whose approval — and enthusiasm — is essential for a Republican presidential candidate to win. While Romney obviously doesn’t need to do much pandering to win over conservative Mormons, voters surely wonder: Once he brings up religion, where does his Mormonism fit? Full Story »

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by Dwight Rousu - Apr. 24, 2012

A bit shallow examination of an important question.

It is like Mitt does not do anything, he just happens in the wind. Probably what led to the saying "Mitt happens.{

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