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Discussion in 'Political Issues' started by snerd, Apr 16, 2012.
I guess when you have no authority to answer to, you can get away with most anything.
Surprised. Not that the msm would target the personal religious beliefs of Romney. But that anyone would consider that the squatter believes in anything at all. The very phrase "beliefs of the squatter" is an oxymoron.
And it's the same Media that ignored Vetting Obama in 08 that gave Sarah Palin an almost Anal exam.
I just read through the transcript of the exchange. What the hell are you talking about? That is one low-key interview that doesn't attack Romney at all. Are there more?
Did you even read the thread title? Why all of the questions from Andrea about Mitt's faith, when she (or no one else) asked "none" about Obama's?
Because Obama's isn't interesting (if you go by what he says). It's not new. What was new was his skin color. We've never had a Mormon president. That's going to be a hot topic. Just because it's being discussed doesn't mean Romney is being attacked. I'm sure he will be attacked by some in the media for it, but no real evidence was presented in your OP. It just reads like you're playing the victim card.
Yes, I read the thread title. At best, it's an unsupported statement.
Oh, it's "very" interesting. The media decided for you that it wasn't. That's the point. No victim card here, just pointing out hypocrisy and double-standards.
I don't think we ever had a president before Obama who sat in a church and listened to a minister, for 20+ years, espouse Black Liberation Theology, who was married by that minister, and had his kids baptised by that same minster either...
Obama's religious faith is not questioned by the MSM, Romney's is. There is rare mention outside of Fox News and conservative circles of Obama's religious beliefs and how radical or different from the norm they might be. Yet the MSM routinely mention Romney's Mormon faith in an effort to call into question how effective Romney might be as President.