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Important Lew Rockwell Post

Open Letter to Mormons Regarding Ron Paul

. . .All the other Republican and Democratic candidates reveal themselves as lusting for power, to be in various stages of corruption, using weasel words with coached speeches and phrases intended to deceive a dumbed-down American public. This deception is facilitated by a mainstream press that has become dominated by a corporate establishment that has a globalist agenda. This agenda requires reduced national sovereignty. All these other candidates approve of this agenda.

. . .If we sit idly by, unmoved by the special knowledge which has been given, we are told our state will be awful. Latter-day Saints have been directed to give heed to the Lord’s commandments concerning the laws of the land. We have been told to support that law of the land which is constitutional and not tamper with it:

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2 Responses

  1. This quote from the article is sure to offend LDS:

    [Now, at the risk of offending, I submit to you that candidate Mitt Romney , even though he is LDS, is very much unacceptable. Please, compare his voting record, his speeches and positions to those of Congressman Ron Paul’s and remember this:

    “We live in an age of deceit. .. Even within the Church we have been warned that ‘the ravening wolves are amongst us, from our own membership, and they, more than any others, are clothed in sheep’s clothing, because they wear the habiliments of the priesthood.’ (J. Reuben Clark, Jr., CR, April, 1949, p. 163.)”]

    Romney was a stake president. I doubt there are too many LDS who believe there are stake presidents who are wolves.

  2. It may be offensive to some.

    I’m mormon and it doesn’t offend me because: I’m concerned that Romney refuses to denounce waterboarding as torture, I’m concerned that his education policies lean toward being authoritarian and contrary to church teachings, I’m concerned that he isn’t a true defender of the Constitution and his positions conflict with the 1st, 4th, 6th, 7th and 8th Amendments.

    Since Mormons/Latter Day Saints believe the Constitution was inspired of God shouldn’t we defend and uphold it? In this way you could say that Romney isn’t who he appears to be and so it could be said he is “a wolf in sheep’s clothing.”

    I believe Romney is basically good at heart, I’m sure he did good things as a stake president, but he isn’t the best leader for the United States right now as long as Ron Paul is in the race.

    Romney can think and believe differently, I’m not questioning his right or ability to do so. Hopefully he will eventually realize his unconstitutional views and change them. I will defend Romney against anti-mormon attacks anytime, but as far as the issues I mentioned above, I disagree with him and so do many LDS church leaders, as the Lew Rockwell.com writer pointed out.

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